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parts of a micro
How does the microscope view it's slides?
upside down and inverted
What Kingdom does clostridium tetani fall into?
What phyllum does clostridium tetani fall under?
What kind of bacterium is a clostridium tetani?
What are endospores?
highly reproductive structures which survive harsh conditions
What is anterior?
the side toward the front of the oganism as it approaches me
what is posterior
the side farthesy away from you as the organism approaches
what is asymmetrical?
what is epithelial tissue
thin layers of cells that line the outer surface of the body
what are the 3 basic shapes of epithelial cells?
squamouos, cuboidal, and columnar
wjat are the 3 functions of epithelial tissue?
protection, secretion, and absorption
what are the 3 types of epithelial tissue?
stratisfied squamous, simple cuboidal, and pseudostratified columnar
what are the 4 connective tissues?
cartilage, bone, blood, and tendons
what are the 3 types of muscle tissue?
skeletal, smooth, and cardiac
What is the dorsal side?
to the back
what is the ventral side?
to the belly
what is a longitudinal section
cuts the specimen along or parrallel to the longest axis
what is a transverse section
a cut that is perpendicular to the long axis
what is an oblique section
the cut that is made at some angle less than the 90 perpendicular angle of a transverse section
What is a renal cortex?
outer layer of a kidney
what is the renal corpuscle?
beginning of a nephron