ANA300Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Hemidesmosome, Epineurium, Kupffer Cell

162 views9 pages
27 Mar 2017

Document Summary

Histology: epithelium, ordinary ct & cartilage, bone, neuro, muscle tissue, blood, and bv. Introduction cytology histology gross anatomy system vs. regional anatomy. 4 primary tissue types: epithelial, connective, muscle and neural. Anterior, posterior, inferior, superior, medial, lateral, median, dorsal, ventral, superficial, deep, proximal, distal, rostral, caudal. Slide 17 not to be memorized, but useful. Line passageways that open to the exterior (digestive, genitourinary, respiratory)/ Internal epithelia not open to the exterior ->meso/endo. Cellularity (tissue has high density of cells, in contrast to ct), polarity (apical, lateral, basal), specialized intercellular contacts, attachment to bm & ct. All originate as a simple sheet become simple epithelium, stratified epithelium or glandular epithelia. Invaginating epithelial tissue, losing attachment to epithelial layer -> absence of a duct, surrounding by bm and ct. secrete cell products into interstitial fluid, products. Cilia taken up by surrounding bv for systemic distribution. May exist within some covering epithelia as part of the diffuse neuroendocrine system.

Get access

$40 USD/m
Billed monthly
Homework Help
Study Guides
Textbook Solutions
Class Notes
Textbook Notes
Booster Class
10 Verified Answers

Related Documents

Related Questions