SGU SVM Histology Picture Part 3

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SGU SVM Histology Picture Part 3
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SGU SVM Histology pictures part 3 for quiz 1 Gupta Fall 2010
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  1. What type of CT is this and where is it found?
    • Dense regular CT
    • tendons and ligaments

  2. What type of CT is this?
    cartilage

  3. what type of tissue is this? how can you tell?
    • hyaline cartilage
    • have a clear matrix with no visible fibers

  4. what type of tissue is this? how can you tell?
    elastic cartilage - you can see many fibers and cartilage cells are predominant

  5. what type of tissue is this and how can you tell? where is it found? what makes it unique?
    • fibrocartilage
    • mainly all collagen fibers
    • intervertebral disks
    • no perichondrium- so its not protected and doesnt grow!

  6. what type of tissue is this? and to what is the arrow pointing?
    • cardiac muscle
    • intercalated disks

  7. what is the arrow pointing to? why is it a different color? what is the function?
    • Perkinje fibers
    • the myofilament is not as closely packed
    • modified cardiac muscle for impulse conduction

  8. What type of tisse is this? what are its characteristics?
    • smooth muscle
    • spindle shaped and non-striated

  9. what type of tissue is this?
    smooth muscle

  10. what is the arrow pointing to?
    dendrites

  11. what is the arrow pointing to?
    synaptic terminals at the end of the axon

  12. what type of cell is this? where is it found
    • bipolar neuron
    • retina and inner ear

  13. what type of cell is this?
    pseudopolar neuron

  14. what is the arrow pointing to? what is it made of?
    • nissal bodies in a nerve cell body
    • made up of lots of rough ER

  15. what type of synapse is this?
    axosomatic or axopdendritic

  16. what type of synapse is this?
    axodendritic

  17. what type of synapse is this?
    axoaxonic

  18. what is the star over? what is their function?
    Oligodendrocyte- myelin production in the CNS

  19. what is the arrow pointing to? what does it carry?
    dorsal root, afferent only

  20. what is the arrow pointing to?
    sensory ganglion- an afferent nerve cell body is here

  21. what is the arrow pointing to and what does it carry?
    • dorsal BRANCH
    • carries both afferent and efferent (sensory and motor)

  22. what is the red arrow pointing to?
    epineurium layer on a peripheral nerve

  23. what is the red arrow pointing to?
    perineurium layer of a peripheral nerve

  24. what is the arrow pointing to?
    endoneurium layer in a peripheral nerve

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