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  1. Name the specific tissue type?

    Location here (What is this organ?)

    Name the cavities in this view that are lined by this epithelium

    General Function of this epithelium.

    Name two other locations where this epithelium could be found.
    • Simple squamous
    • lungs
    • aveoli
    • diffusion
    • capillaries and lining of blood vessels
  2. Name the specific tissue type.

    Location here (What is this organ)

    Name on other location this type could be found.

    List two specific functions of this epithelium.

    List 3 type of active transport that could be included in this epithelium's function.
    • simple cuboidal
    • kidney
    • thyroid
    • re-absorption and secretion of mucous
    • uniport, antiport, symport
  3. Name the specific tissue type 

    Name 3 possible locations this epithelium could be found.

    Two functions of this epithelium

    What is the opaque, lighter appearing cell in this epithelium.

    How is the apical surface of this epithelium modified (name and function)

    What type of protein is incorporated in the above structure.
    • simple columnar
    • small intestine, large intestine, stomach
    • absorption and secretion of mucous
    • goblet cell
    • microvilli create brush border and increase surface area
    • microfilaments (actin)
  4. Type of epithelium

    Name two possible locations this epithelium could be found.

    Structures at apical surface of this epithelium.

    Type of protein incorporated in the above structures.

    Two functions of this epithelium

    How can this be distinguished from other simple epithelium.
    • pseudostratified
    • trachea and bronchi
    • cilia
    • microtubules made of tubulin
    • filtration and movement
    • nuclei are not aligned
  5. Name the specific tissue type.

    Is this epithelium simple or stratified?

    List two possible locations this epithelium could be found.

    Function of this epithelium.

    Type of junctions between cells and function of these junctions.

    How can this be distinguished from other multilayered epithelia?
    • transitional
    • stratified
    • ureter and urinary bladder
    • stretching
    • tight junctions form impermeable barrier to fluid
    • cells can transition shape
  6. Name the specific tissue type.

    Name two possible locations for the epithelium shown here.

    Type of membrane at base of all epithelium.

    Function of this epithelium.

    Is this epithelium water tight? How do you know?
    • stratified squamous non
    • esophagus and lining of mouth
    • basement membrane
    • protection
    • no, because no layer of keratin
  7. Type of epithelium.

    Bottom layer of cells in this epithelium.

    What cellular junction accounts for the spiny looking cell in the second layer.

    Protein that makes this epithelium water tight.

    Clear area between living and dead cell layers.
    • stratified squamous kera
    • stratum basale
    • desmosomes
    • keratin
    • stratum lucidum
  8. Name the specific tissue type.

    Top dead layer of cells.

    Last layer of living cells.

    Pigment cells in bottom layer.

    Name of the individual cells in this epithelium.
    • stratified squamous kera
    • stratum cornea
    • stratum granulosum
    • melanocytes
    • keratinocytes
  9. Name the specific tissue type.

    Name a location where this could be found.

    Specific function of this epithelium.

    General term for a cavity or opening against an apical surface.
    • ciliated columnar
    • fallopian tubes
    • moves egg down fallopian tube
    • lumen
  10. Name the specific tissue type.

    Type of protein fibers in this tissue.

    Function of this connective tissue.

    Name the three embryonic germ layers.
    • mesenchyme
    • reticular fiber and collagen fiber
    • gives rise to muscle, bone, and blood
    • ectoderm, mesoderm, endoderm
  11. Name the specific tissue type.

    Main cell type.

    Two types of protein fibers found in this
    tissue.

    Function of this tissue.

    Two locations this tissue could be found.
    • areolar or LCT
    • fibroblast
    • elastic and collagen fibers
    • strength, support, elasticity
    • surrounding capillaries and subcutaneous layer
  12. Name the specific tissue type.

    Type of cell.

    Name two locations this tissue could be
    found.

    Two functions of this tissue.
    • adipose
    • adipocyte
    • kidney and eyeball
    • thermal insulation and energy storage
  13. Name the specific tissue type.

    Type of protein fibers.


    Function of this connective tissue.

    Cells that produce the fibers.

    Name two locations this connective tissue could be found.
    • reticular CT
    • reticular fibers
    • supportive stroma for lymphatic organs
    • reticular cells
    • spleen and lymph nodes
  14. Name the specific tissue type.

    Cell type.

    Type of protein in this connective tissue.

    Function of this specific tissue.

    Name two locations.
    • dense regular CT
    • fibroblast
    • collagen
    • resisting stress in ligaments and transferring tension to bone
    • tendons and ligaments
  15. Name the specific tissue type.

    Major protein.

    Cell type.

    Location.

    General function of this connective tissue
    • dense irregular CT
    • collagen
    • fibroblast
    • dermis
    • multidirectional stress
  16. Specific tissue type.

    Cell type.

    Term for material making up matrix.

    Function.

    Two locations this tissue could be found.
    • hyaline cartilage
    • chondrocyte
    • ground substance
    • non rigid support
    • trachea and articular cartilage
  17. Name the specific tissue type.

    How is this distinguished from DTC?

    Cell type.

    Significant protein in matrix.

    Function.

    Cavities the cells are located in.

    Two locations this tissue could be found.
    • fibrocartilage
    • rows of chondrocytes in between fibers
    • chondrocyte
    • collagen
    • resist compression in some joints
    • lacunae
    • symphysis pubis and intervertebral disks
  18. Name the specific tissue type.

    Unique protein to this connective tissue.

    Two locations this tissue could be found. 

    Function.
    • elastic cartilage
    • elastin
    • oracle of ear and epiglottis
    • flexible elastic support
  19. Name the specific tissue type.

    Cell type.

    Cavities cells are located in.

    Dark area in center.

    Two structures found in this dark area.

    Tiny crack like lines radiating outward from center.

    Function of the above structures.

    General function of this tissue
    • bone
    • osteocyte
    • lacunae
    • central canal
    • blood vessels and nerves
    • canaliculi
    • diffusion of nutrients
    • rigid support
  20. Name the specific tissue type.

    Main cell type.

    Function of these cells.

    Cells that pick up darker stain (blue) and are fewer in number.

    General function of these darker staining cells.
    • blood
    • erythrocyte
    • carry oxygen to tissues
    • white blood cells
    • defense against infections
  21. Name the specific tissue type.

    Location this tissue could be formed.

    Voluntary or involuntary?

    Multinucleated or uninucleated?
    • skeletal muscle
    • around bones
    • voluntary
    • multinucleated
  22. Name the specific tissue type.

    Location of tissue

    Name the structure separating individual cells.

    Name the two types of junctions in the above structures.

    Voluntary or involuntary?

    Multinucleated or uninucleated?
    • cardiac muscle
    • heart
    • intercalated discs
    • desmosomes and gap junctions
    • involuntary
    • uniculeated
  23. Name the specific tissue type.

    Name the type of junction between cells.

    Voluntary or involuntary?

    Multinucleated or uninucleated?
    • smooth muscle
    • gap junctions
    • involuntary
    • uninucleated
  24. Name the specific tissue type.

    Specific cell type.

    Function of this cell type.

    Extensions of cell that conduct impulses into soma.

    Extensions of cell that conduct impulses away from soma.
    • nervous
    • neuron
    • internal communication
    • dendrites
    • axon

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