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- nucleus
- cytoplasm
- plasma membrane
p 134
Adipose Tissue
- fibroblast
Areolar Connective Tissue
- osteocyte
- canaliculi
- lacuna
- lamellae
Osseous (bone) Tissue
- striations
- nucleus
- striations
- nucleus
Cardiac Muscle Tissue
- cilia
- goblet cells
- lumen
- basement membrane
- connective tissue
- cilia
- goblet cells
- lumen
- basement membrane
- connective tissue
Ciliated Pseudostratified Columnar Epithelium
-lumen of jejenum
- nucleus
- basement membrane
- microvilli or cilia
- goblet cell
-lumen of jejenum
- nucleus
- basement membrane
- microvilli or cilia
- goblet cell
Simple Columnar Epithelium
- stratum corneum
- stratum lucidum
- stratum granulosum
- stratum spinosum
- stratum basale
- dermis
- reticular region
- papillary region
- sebaceous gland
- hair follicle/root
- dermis
- stratum corneum
- stratum basale
Epidermis
- lacuna
- chondrocyte
- nucleus
- collagen fibers
- lacuna
- chondrocyte
- nucleus
- collagen fibers

(blue)
Fibrocartilage

(blue)
- lacuna
- nucleus
- lacuna
- nucleus
Hyaline Cartilage
- dendrite
- axon
- nucleus
- dendrite
- axon
- nucleus
Nervous Tissue
- reticular fiber
- nucleus
- reticular fiber
- nucleus
Reticular Connective Tissue
- plasma membrane
- nucleus
- connective tissue
- lumen
- basement membrane
- plasma membrane
- nucleus
- connective tissue
- lumen
- basement membrane
Simple Cuboidal Epithelium
- plasma membrane
- cytoplasm
- nucleus
- plasma membrane
- cytoplasm
- nucleus
Simple Squamous Epithelium
- nucleus
- striations
- nucleus
- striations
Skeletal Muscle Tissue
- nucleus
- muscle fiber
- nucleus
- muscle fiber
Smooth Muscle Tissue
- nucleus
- apical surface
- basement membrane
- connective tissue
- nucleus
- apical surface
- basement membrane
- connective tissue
Stratified Columnar Epithelium
- nucleus
- lumen
- basement membrane
- nucleus
- lumen
- basement membrane
Stratified Squamous Epithelium
(buccal smear)
- lumen
- apical surface
- nucleus
- connective tissue
- lumen
- apical surface
- nucleus
- connective tissue
Transitional Epithelium
- nucleus of fibroblast
- collagen fiber
- nucleus of fibroblast
- collagen fiber
Dense Regular Connective Tissue
Collagenous fiber
What stage of mitosis is this?
What stage of mitosis is this?
Mitosis: Anaphase

Separation of sister chromatids (ie chromosomes)
Move toward the poles
What stage of mitosis is this?
What stage of mitosis is this?
Mitosis: Metaphase

Chromosomes align along the metaphase plate
Centrioles reach plate

- aster rays
- spindle fibers
- centrioles
What stage of mitosis is this?
What stage of mitosis is this?
Mitosis: Prophase

Nuclear membrane disappears
Chromatin condenses
What stage of mitosis is this?
What stage of mitosis is this?
Mitosis: Telophase

cytokinesis occurs
cleavage furrows
nuclear membrane forms
chromosome uncondenses (disappears)
Name the four tissue types.
1. Epithelial
2. Connective
3. Muscle
4. Nervous
Epithelial tissue: arrangement.

Name the four cell shapes and describe them.
1. Squamous: broad, flat cell
2. Cuboidal: square or round
3. Columnar: tall, thin
4. Transitional: looks like stratified cuboidal cells; found mast commonly in urinary tract
Name the three arrangements of epithelial tissues and describe each.
1. Simple: a single layer of cells
2. Stratified: 2 or more layers of cells
3. Pseudostratified: all cells touch the bottom, but not all cells reach the surface
Cili is for ____ and microvilli is for ______.
movement, absorption
Name the three types of fibers.
1. Collagen fibers - tough, non stretchy
2. Elastin fibers - can be stretched 1/2 times their original shape without damage
3. Reticular fibers - more rigid
What part of this is a type and what is subtype:

Simple Squamous Epithelium
Subtype: Simple squamous
Type: epithelium
What type of tissue is fibrocartilage?
Connective

ie

Fibrocartilage connective tissue