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2011-01-24 22:44:34
Anatomy physiology lab

Anatomy & physiology lab 2...epithelium
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  1. Plasma membrane
    • � Phospholipids bilayer; integral proteins; peripheral proteins,
    • cholesterol; glycolipids; glycoproteins
    • � Encloses cell contents; facilitates contact between other cells; provides receptors and mediates the entrance and exit of material into and out of the cell
  2. Cytoplasm
    • � Cellular region between the plasma membrane and nucleus; consists of cytosol, dissolved solutes, organelles, and inclusions
    • � Provides a medium in which chemical reactions occur
  3. Nucleus
    • � Spherical/oval organelle ; surrounded by a nuclear membrane; contains nucleolus, nucleolus, and chromatin; may have one or more nucleoli
    • � Direct cell activates and contains heredity material
  4. Ribosomes
    • � Composed of ribosomal RNA and protein; 2 subunits of unequal size; not membrane bound; free or attached to the RER.
    • � Protein synthesis
  5. Endoplasmic reticulum
    • � Membranous network of tubular, double membrane channels; may or may not have ribosomes attached.
    • � Aids in mechanical support of the cell; storage etc.
  6. Golgi apparatus
    • � Stacks of flattened membranous sacs with explained vesicles near or at their ends
    • o Packages secreted proteins and lipids
    • o Responsible for carbohydrate syntheses and assembles glyco proteins
  7. Mitochondria
    • � Double membranous bound spherical or rod-like structure; smooth outer membrane with folded inner membrane
    • � Energy producer (ATP)
  8. Lysosomes
    • � Membrane bound spheres; contains digestive enzymes
    • � Digests foreign materials and microbes
  9. Peroxisomes
    • � Small membrane bound spheres. Contains catalase.
    • � Breaks down hydrogen peroxide into water and oxygen.
  10. Microfilaments
    • � Small thread-like structures; not membrane bound; part of the cytoskeleton; Actin & myosin.
    • � Provides shape and support; assists in cell movement; forms myofilaments in muscle tissues
  11. Microtubule
    � Straight; slender cylinders; not membrane bound; part of
  12. cytoskeleton; tubulin
    • � Supports and shape to cell
    • � Helps in cellular conduction; forms flagella
  13. Centrioles
    • � Paired cylindrical structures, each composed of nine triplets of microtubules; not membrane bound; located in the centrosome
    • � Helps in cellular division
  14. Flagella
    • � Long cytoplasm projection containing microtubules
    • � Moves entire cell
  15. Cilia
    • � Short cytoplasm projections containing microtubules. Covered by cell membrane
    • � Moves substances along the cell
  16. Microvilli
    • � Small finger like projections of the cell membrane on the free surface of the cell. Has a core of microfilaments
    • � Increase surface area of contact between 2 cells
  17. Inclusions
    • � Various chemical substances contained in the cell. usually produced by the cell Melanin, glycogen and lipids
    • o Glycogen
    • ? Provides energy or food reserve
    • o Melanin
    • ? Protects from UV light
    • o Lipids
    • ? Provide energy and good; protects organs, insulation
  18. Tissue
    = aggregate of similarly specialized cells along with the extracellular material united to perform a particular function
  19. Connective tissue functions are:
    Covering and lining the epithelium and glandular epithelium
  20. Basement membrane
    An amorphous material secreted partly by epithelia cells and connective cells that lie adjacent to each other
  21. Epithelium definition
    Tissue composed of closely packed cells with little to no intercellular substance
  22. What are the two types of epithelium?
    �Glandular� & �Covering & lining�
  23. Cells are tightly packed and held together by
    Junctonal complexes
  24. General functions of epithelial tissues?
    Protection, absorption, secretion, excretion
  25. Simple
    One layer of cells
  26. Stratified
    Two or more layers of cells
  27. Pseudostratified (looks like)
    All cells touch the BL but only some cells reach the free surface
  28. Squamous(looks like)
  29. Cuboidal (looks like)
    As tall as it is wide
  30. Columnar (looks like)
    Taller then it is wide
  31. Transitional (looks like)
    Shape changes as organ stretches or releases
  32. Simple squamous epithelium e.g.
    Boumans capsule (kidney), Alveoli (Lung), endothelium (blood vessels)
  33. Function of simple squamous epithelium
    Filtration, diffusion secretion
  34. Simple cuboidal epithelium e.g.
    Renal tubules, ducts of small glands�
  35. Function of simple cuboidal epithelium
    Secretion & absorption
  36. Pseudostratified columnar epithelium with cilia (looks like)
    All the cells touch the BL but they do not all reach the free surface; cells at the free surface are taller then wide an they have cilia
  37. Stratified squamous epithelium (looks like)
    Many layers of cells; cells at the free surface are flat
  38. Stratified squamous epithelium e.g.
    Epidermis of skin (keratinized (cells at free surface lack a nucleus), lines mouth, esophagus (nonkeratinized (cells at FS with nuclei).
  39. Function of stratified squamous epithelium
  40. Stratified cuboidal epithelium (looks like)
    Many layers of cells; cells are the free surface are as tall as they are wide
  41. Stratified cuboidal epithelium.
    Usually 2 rows, ducts of sweat glands
  42. Stratified cuboidal epithelium function
  43. Stratified columnar epithelium looks like
    Many layers of cells; cells at the free surface are taller then wide
  44. Stratified transitional epithelium looks like
    Many layers of cells; cells are the free surface change their shape (when organism is relaxed, cells at the free surface have a dome shape.
  45. Glandular epithelium
    Cells are specialized for secretion; cells are closely packed and appear to be similar in structure; a free surface is difficult to see
  46. Mesenchyme
    Embryonic tissue; lost of star shaped cells scattered thought out the matrix
  47. Lose (areolar) connective tissue
    Lots of cells (fibroblasts, mast cells..)Randomly arranged within the matrix
  48. White adipose tissue
    Lots of ball shaped cells; not much matrix visible
  49. Reticular connective tissue
    Network of highly branching think fibers in a gel like substance; cells (reticular cells) cannot be seen with the special stain; fibbers often stain black
  50. Dense regular connective tissue
    Abundance of collagen fibers arranged in parallel; few cells are arranged in rows between fibers; ground substance is hard to see
  51. Elastic connective tissue
    Abundance of elastic fibers usually arranged in parallel; fibers usually stain black with a special stain; few cells and collagen fibers are present; ground substance is hard to see
  52. Dense irregular connective tissue
    Abundance of collagen fivers arranged in many directions few cells are scattered thought out the matrix; ground substance is hard to see
  53. Hyaline cartilage
    Cells occupy lacunae; abundance of ground substance; collage fivers are present but not readily visible
  54. Elastic cartilage
    Cells occupy lacunae; abundance of ground substance; collagen fibers present but not readily visible; elastic fibers are present
  55. Fibrocartilage
    Cells occupy lacunae; abundance of ground substance; bundles of collagenfivers arranged in herring bond patern; fibers visible; cells in rows between the fiber bundles
  56. Compact bone
    Cells occupy lacunae; abundance of calcified matrix; distinct arrangement of components in compact bone
  57. Blood
    Cells with nuclei (white) and witout nuclei (red and platelets) suspended in fluic matrix