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23 Cards in this Set

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Where is simple squamous epithelia found?
alveoli, endothelium
Where is stratified squamous epithelia found?
esophagus, lining of the mouth, anus, vagina
Where is simple cuboidal epithelia found?
thyroid, glandular ducts, covering of ovary
Where is stratified cuboidal epithelia found?
sweat glands' ducts, ovarian follicle
Where is transitional epithelia found?
lines urinary bladders, parts of ureters
Where is simple columnar epithelia found?
digestive tract
Where is stratified columnar epithelia found?
epiglottis, lining of urethra
Where is pseudostratified found?
respiratory passages
What are the 3 connective tissues?
loose, dense irregular, dense regular
Where is loose c.t. found?
adipose tissue, reticular c.t.>>>liver, spleen, bone marrow
Where is dense irregular c.t. found?
dermis, fascia, pericondrium, periosteum
Where is dense regular c.t. found?
tendons, ligaments, vocal cords, walls of blood vessels
What are the 3 forms of cartilage?
hyaline, fibrous, elastic
Where is hyaline cartilage found?
ends of bones & connects ribs>sternum. Called articular & costal cartilage
Where is fibrous cartilage found?
intervertebral discs, pubic symphysis
Where is elastic cartilage found?
external ear, epiglottis, larynx
What are the 4 types of tissue?
epithelia, c.t., muscle, nerves
Which membrane (mucosa or serosa) lines cavities that do not have an external opening?
What gland retains their ducts? (endocrine or exocrine)
What are the functions of the skin? (5)
protection, sensation, excretion, vitamin D synthesis, temp. regulation
What are the functions of cartilage? (3)
structural support, shock absorber, friction bearer
Which are avascular: cartilage, epidermis, dermis?
cartilage & epidermis
Which ossification develops from no pre-existing cartilage? & What bones?
dermal ossification; collarbone, most skull bones & some facial