A - simple columnar epithelium (like bricks on end)
B - simple columnar epithelium with cilia.
C - stratified squamous epithelium.
D - simple squamous epithelium (like floor tiles)
E - transitional epithelium.
F - pseudostratified epithelium.
G - cuboidal epithelium (like dice)
H - choanocytes
I - stratified columnar epithelium with cilia.
prepared slide of human skin
areolar (loose) connective tissue; contains fibroblasts and mast cells sometimes can be seen; located under the skin
adipose tissue: the slide had a blob with salmon/orange lining of little blobs and was clear inside; CONNECTIVE tissue; located around/under the skin
ground bone slide; looks like conglomerated oyster shells; connective tissue; osteocytes; located in compact bone
hyaline cartilage (gristle); exists on the ventral ends of ribs; in the larynx, trachea, and bronchi; and on the articular surface of bones; looks like skin excema; called chondrocytes; located in the nose/trachea
doesn't really look like this really; butt connective tissue that was little balls of green on a purple background; consists of reythrocytes, basophils, and the funky ones are leukocytes
skin cells of epidermis, neuron of brain, pigment cells
cariac/skeletal/smooth muscle, red blood cells, tubules of kidneys
covers the outside of the body & lines the organs and cavities within the body; ex: outer layer of skin, inside of mouth/stomach, tissue surrounding organs; cells are closely joined; PRIMARY body tissue in humans
type of connective tissue fiber made of protein that provides strength and flexibility
type of connective tissue fiber made of protein that stretches and snaps back to its original length
connective tissue fiber made of protein that joins connective tissue to adjacent tissues
binds and supports other tissues; inner layer of skin, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, bone, adipose tissue, blooooooood
striated muscle; is responsible for voluntary movement; nuclei are on the SIDES of the cells; attached to the bone
responsible for involuntary body activities; in organ walls like the intestines
responsible for contraction of the heart; located in the heart
largest organ of the vertebrate body?
SKIN! protects from dehydration/bacterial infection, helps regulate body temp, receives stimuli from environment
splits bonds in molecules with the addition of water
uptake of nutrients by body cells
mamalian digestive system consists of:
alimentary canal: mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small intestine (duodenum, jejunum, ileum) large intestine (colon + rectum)