What tissue is found lining the mouth/oral cavity, esophagus, and vagina?
Where can psuedostratified ciliated columnar be found in the body?
What tissue lines the tubules of the kidneys
What is the function of stratified squamous epithelium
What tissue lines the stomach and intestines?
What is the function of psuedostratified ciliated columnar?
What is the function of simple squamous epithelium?
What is the function of simple cuboidal epithelium?
What tissue lines the alveoli of lungs, lining of capillaries and other blood vessels?
What tissue is found on the outer/superficial surface of the skin?
What is the function of a goblet cell?
What tissues studied this week contain goblet cells?
What special structures are located on the apical (free) surface of psuedostratified ciliated columnar epithelium?
Why would you want stratified epithelium rather than a simple epithelium in areas of the body that are subject to wear and tear?
What are four features that all epithelial tissue share?
What epithelial tissue is best suited for filtration and diffusion?
What tissues are best suited for absorption and secretions?
What ET typically has round nuclei centrally located within square-shaped cells?
What ET has long cells with nuclei located in the basal half of the cell?
How is connective tissue different than epithelial tissue in terms of the amount of matrix compared to cells?
What is matrix? What are its two general components?
Cells called _________ produce proteins that form the matrix fibers
_________ fibers are thick and strong, but don’t stretch much.
_______ fibers are thin, and can stretch and recoil back to their resting length.
What tissue(s) have fibers running in many directions?
What tissue(s) have fibers running/oriented in a single direction?
What tissue(s) have fibers packed tightly together?
What tissue(s) have fibers that are widely spaced?
How is areolar connective tissue different from dense regular CT?
What tissue is found lining the mouth/oral cavity, esophagus, and vagina?
Where can psuedostratified ciliated columnar be found in the body?
What tissue lines the tubules of the kidneys
What is the function of stratified squamous epithelium
What tissue lines the stomach and intestines?
What is the function of psuedostratified ciliated columnar?
What is the function of simple squamous epithelium?
What is the function of simple cuboidal epithelium?
What tissue lines the alveoli of lungs, lining of capillaries and other blood vessels?
What tissue is found on the outer/superficial surface of the skin?
What is the function of a goblet cell?
What tissues studied this week contain goblet cells?
What special structures are located on the apical (free) surface of psuedostratified ciliated columnar epithelium?
Why would you want stratified epithelium rather than a simple epithelium in areas of the body that are subject to wear and tear?
What are four features that all epithelial tissue share?
What epithelial tissue is best suited for filtration and diffusion?
What tissues are best suited for absorption and secretions?
What ET typically has round nuclei centrally located within square-shaped cells?
What ET has long cells with nuclei located in the basal half of the cell?
How is connective tissue different than epithelial tissue in terms of the amount of matrix compared to cells?
What is matrix? What are its two general components?
Cells called _________ produce proteins that form the matrix fibers
_________ fibers are thick and strong, but don’t stretch much.
_______ fibers are thin, and can stretch and recoil back to their resting length.
What tissue(s) have fibers running in many directions?
What tissue(s) have fibers running/oriented in a single direction?
What tissue(s) have fibers packed tightly together?
What tissue(s) have fibers that are widely spaced?
How is areolar connective tissue different from dense regular CT?

  
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