Terminology - Tissues Lab Festival

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Where is this type of epithelium located?

Kidney glomeruli; air sacs of lungs; lining of heart; blood vessels; lymphatic vessels; lining of ventral body cavity

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What is the function of this epithelium?

Allows passage of materials by diffusion and filtration in sites where protection is not important; secretes lubricating substances in serosae.

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Name this type of epithelium.

Simple Squamous Epithelium

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What is the blacked out section pointing to?

Nuclei of squamous epithelial cells

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What is the blacked out section pointing to?

Air sacs of lung tissue

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Simple or Stratified?

Simple

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Simple or Stratified?

Stratified

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Squamous, cuboidal, or columnar?

Columnar

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Squamous, cuboidal, or columnar?

Cuboidal

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Squamous, cuboidal, or columnar?

Squamous

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What type of epithelium is this?

Simple Cuboidal Epithelium

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Where is this type of epithelium located?

Kidney tubules; ducts and secretory portions of small glands; ovary surface

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Simple cuboidal epithelial cells

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Basement membrane

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Connective tissue

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What is the function of this epithelium?

Secretion and absorption

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Name this epithelium

Simple Columnar Epithelium

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Where is this type of epithelium located?

Noncilliated type lines most of the digestive tract (stomach to anal canal); gallbladder; uterine tubes; ect.

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What is the function of this type of epithelium?

Absorption; Secretion of mucus, enzymes, and other substances;

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Simple columnar epithelial cell

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Basement membrane

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Name this type of epithelium

Stratified squamous epithelium

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Where is this type of epithelium located?

Nonkeratinized type forms the moist linings of the esophagus, mouth and vagina. Keratinized variety forms the epidermis of the skin, dry membrane.

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Stratified squamous epithelium

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Nuclei

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Basement membrane

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Connective tissue

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Name this type of connective tissue proper

loose connective tissue, areolar

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Where is this connective tissue located?

packages organs; surrounds capillaries;

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What is this connective tissues function?

Wraps and cushions organs; plays an important role in inflammation

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Elastic fibers

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Collagen fibers

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Fibroblast nuclei

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Name this type of connective tissue

Loose connective tissue, adipose

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Where is this connective tissue located?

Under skin; around kidneys and eyeballs; within abdomen; in breasts

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What is the function of this connective tissue?

Provides reserve food fuel; insulates against heat loss; supports and protects organs

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Vacuole containing fat droplet

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Nuclei of fat cells

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What is the function of this type of epithelium?

Protects underlying tissues in areas subjected to abrasion

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Name this type of connective tissue

Loose connective tissue, reticular

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Where is this connective tissue located?

Lymphoid organs (lymph nodes, bone marrow, and spleen)

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What is the function of this connective tissue?

Fibers form a soft internal skeleton (stroma) that supports other cell types including white blood cells, mast cells, and macrophages

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

White blood cell (lymphocyte)

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Reticular fibers

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Mast cells

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Name this type of connective tissue

Dense connective tissue, dense regular

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Where is this connective tissue located?

Tendons, most ligaments

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What is the function of this connective tissue?

Attaches muscles to bones or to muscles; attaches bones to bones; withstands great tensile stress when pulling force is applied in one direction

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Collagen fibers

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Nuclei of fibroblasts

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Name this type of connective tissue

Dense connective tissue, dense irregular

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Where is this type of connective tissue located?

Dermis of the skin; submucosa of digestive tract

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What is the function of this connective tissue?

Able to withstand tension exerted in many directions; provides structural strength

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Nuclei of fibroblasts

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Collagen fibers

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Name this connective tissue

Hyaline Cartilage

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Where is this connective tissue located?

Forms most of the embryonic skeleton; covers the ends of long bones in joint cavities

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What is the function of this connective tissue?

Supports and reinforces; resists compressive stress

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Chondrocyte in lacuna

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Matrix

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Name this connective tissue

Elastic Cartilage

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Where is this connective tissue located?

Supports the external ear; epiglottis

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What is the function of this connective tissue?

Maintains the shape of a structure while allowing great flexibility

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Chondrocyte in lacuna

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Matrix

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Name this connective tissue

Fibrocartilage Cartilage

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Where is this connective tissue located?

Intervertebral discs; pubic symphysis; discs of knee joint

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What is the function of this connective tissue?

Tensile strength with the ability to absorb compressive shock

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Chondrocytes in lacunae

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Collagen fiber

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Name this type of connective tissue

Bone (Osseous Tissue)

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Where is this type of tissue located?

Bones

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What is the function of this tissue?

Bone supports and protects; provides levers for the muscles to act on

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Central canal

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Lacunae

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Lamella

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Name this connective tissue

Blood

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Where is this connective tissue located?

Contained within blood vessels

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What is the function of this connective tissue?

Transport of respiratory gases; nutrients, wastes, and other substances

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Neutrophil

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Red blood cells

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Lymphocyte

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What is the top line pointing to?

Plasma

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Name this tissue

Nervous tissue

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Where is this tissue located?

Brain, spinal cord, and nerves

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What is the function of this tissue?

Transmit electrical signals from sensory receptors and to effectors which control their activity

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Nuclei of supporting cells

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Cell body of a neuron

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Neuron processes

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Name this tissue

Skeletal Muscle

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Where is this tissue located?

In skeletal muscles attached to bones or occasionally to skin

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What is the function of this tissue?

Voluntary movement; locomotion

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Nuclei

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Part of muscle fiber

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Name this tissue

Cardiac Muscle

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Where is this tissue located?

The walls of the heart

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What is the function of this tissue?

As it contracts, it propels blood into the circulation; involuntary control

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Intercalated discs

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Nucleus

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Name this tissue

Smooth muscle

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Where is this muscle located?

Mostly in the walls of hollow organs

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Smooth muscle cell

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What is the blacked out part pointing to?

Nuclei

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Dermal papillae

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Subpapillary plexus

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Sweat pore

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Eccrine sweat gland

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Arrector pili muscle

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Sebaceous (oil) gland

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Hair follicle

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Hair root

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Cutaneous plexus

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Adipose tissue

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Hair follicle receptor (root hair plexus)

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Lamellar corpuscle

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Sensory nerve fiber

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Hypodermis (not part of skin)

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Dermis

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Reticular layer

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Papillary layer

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Epidermis

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Hair shaft

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Pelvic cavity

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Abdominal cavity

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Thoracic cavity

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Cranial cavity

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Vertebral cavity

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Lateral view

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Vertebral cavity

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Pleural cavity

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Pericardial cavity

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Abdominal cavity

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Cranial cavity

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Pelvic cavity

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What is the highlighted part pointing to?

Anterior view

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What is the orientation of the highlighted figure?

Superior (cranial)

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What is the orientation of the highlighted figure?

Inferior (caudal)

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What is the orientation of the highlighted figure?

Ventral (anterior)

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What is the orientation of the highlighted figure?

Dorsal (posterior)

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What is the orientation of the highlighted figure?

Proximal

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What is the orientation of the highlighted figure?

Distal

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What is the orientation of the highlighted figure?

Superficial (external)

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What is the orientation of the highlighted figure?

Deep (internal)

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What is the orientation of the highlighted figure?

Medial

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What is the orientation of the highlighted figure?

Lateral

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What is the orientation of the highlighted figure?

Intermediate