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Which type of Epithelial cells are glands usally associated with?
Cuboid and sometimes Columnar
What type of C.T. supports glands?
Give 2 types of Glands and describe how they differ?
- Endocrine - Gland without ducts
- Exocrine - Gland with Ducts
What are the two layers of a Serous Membrane composed of?
- 1. Simple Squamus Epithelial Tissue
- 2. Areolar Connective Tissue (Subserous Fascia)
What is the term for the part of serous membrane on the surface of the organ? What about about on the peripheral portion of the membrane?
What is serous fluid and where does it accumulate? Also what is it's function?
Serous fluid is a thin, watery fluid consisting of blood plasma, and hyaluronic acid. It reduces the friction between internal organs and their neighboring organs.
Give the 3 major Serous Membranes
- Pleura: Lines Thoracic Cavity and Covers the lungs
- Pericardium: Forms sac that surrounds Heart and covers the surface of the heart (epicardium, Outer layer of the heart wall)
- Peritoneum: Lines the abdominopelvic cavity, covers the surface of and forms attachments for the organs in this cavity.
Name the 4 tracts open to the ouside of the body that Mucous Membrane line.
Name the 4 Layers of Mucous Membranes starting with the innermost
- 1. Mucosa Epithelium
- 2. Basement membrane (reticular CT
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