SFOS 1

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SFOS 1
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2011-04-03 01:04:23
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SFOS Introduction
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SFOS 1
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  1. What are the components of junctional complexes (apical to basal)
    • Zonula occludens
    • Zonula adherens
    • Macula adherens (desmosomes)
  2. What are the components of the basement membrane and their origins?
    • Basal lamina - synthesized by epithelial cells
    • Reticular lamina - synthesized by connective tissue cells
  3. What is a hemidesmosome?
    A specialization of the basal cell membrance bonding the epithelium to the underlying connective tissue
  4. Which type of secretion is associated with apical secretion to a lumen?
    Exocrine - lumen --> duct
  5. What structure is always present at the juntion between connective tissue and any other tissue type?
    Basal or External lamina
  6. What is the difference between a serosa and an adventitia?
    Serosa - mesothelium plus thin connective tissue layer, found in peritoneum

    Adventitia - found in retroperitoneum

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