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Capillary Walls
Simple Squamous Epithelia
Alveoli
Simple Squamous Epithelia
Serosa
Simple Squamous Epithelia
Parts of Nephron Tubules
Simple Squamous Epithelia
Epidermis
Stratified Squamous Epithelia
Lining of Mouth
Stratified Squamous Epithelia
Lining of Vagina
Stratified Squamous Epithelia
Lining of Anus
Stratified Squamous Epithelia
Esophagus
Stratified Squamous Epithelia
Sweat Glands
Simple Cuboidal Epithelia
Salivary Glands
Simple Cuboidal Epithelia
Thyroid
Simple Cuboidal Epithelia
Some Glandular Ducts
Simple Cuboidal Epithelia
Covering of Ovary
Simple Cuboidal Epithelia
Parts of Nephrons
Simple Cuboidal Epithelia
Ducts of Sweat Glands
Stratified Cuboidal Epithelia
Ovarian Follicle
Stratified Cuboidal Epithelia
Lining of Urinary Bladder
Transitional Epithelia
Parts of Uterus
Transitional Epithelia
Lining of Stomach
Simple Columnar Epithelia
Lining of Small Intestine
Simple Columnar Epithelia
Lining of Large Intestine
Simple Columnar Epithelia
Lining of Respitory Tract
Pseudostratified Epithelia
Male Urethra
Stratified Columnar Epithelia
Epiglottis
Stratified Columnar Epithelia
Subcutaneous Layer of Hypodermis
Loose CT
Space Filling Adipose Tissue
Loose CT
Recticular
Loose CT
Spleen
Loose CT
Liver
Loose CT
Bone Marrow
Loose CT
Dermis
Dense Irregular CT
Fascia
Dense Irregular CT
Perichondrium
Dense Irregular CT
Periosteum
Dense Irregular CT
Tendons
Dense Regular CT (muscle to bone)
Ligaments
Dense Regular CT (bone to bone)
Elastic Ligaments
Dense Regular CT
Walls of Blood Vessels
Dense Regular CT
Costal Cartilage
Hyaline Cartilage
Articular Cartilage
Hyaline Cartilage
Nasal Cartilage
Hyaline Cartilage
External Ear
Elastic Cartilage
Epiglottis
Elastic Cartilage
Pubic Symphysis
Fibrous Cartilage
Intevertebral Discs
Fibrous Cartilage
Sebaceous Glands
Oil Secretions, in Hair follicles
Sudiferous Glands
Sweat-two kinds
Eccrine Glands
99% Water
More Numerous
Found Everywhere
Appocrine
larger underarms and genital within hair follicle, secrete same as above plus fatty substances and proteins, the odorless but when organic molecules decompose on the skin- smells
Functions of Skin (6)
1.Protection from dehydration and infection
2.sensation
3.excretion
4.Vitamin D synthesis
5.Temperature Regulation
Steps in Muscle Contraction (7)
1.Ca released from terminal cisternae
2.Ca binds to troponin on thin filament
3.Tropomyosin moves to uncover binding sites on actin
4.myosin binds to actin
5.myosin head shifts, dragging thin filament
6.ATP recharges myosin
7.Myosin detaches from actin and resets
Fast Twitch Muscle (4)
Fast myosin ATPase
More Glycogen
Anaerobic, fatigable
Larger Diameter
Slow Twitch Muscle (4)
More Capillaries
More Myoglobin
More Mitochondria
Aerobic, Fatigue Resistant
Types of Articulations (3)
Fibrous Joints,
Synovial Joints,
Cartilaginous Joint (bones come together by cartilage)
Fibrous Joint ex. (1)
Suture in cranium
Cartilaginous Joint ex. (3)
a.Articular cartilage
b.Pubic symphysis
c.Intervertebral discs
Synovial Joint ex. (3)
Elbow, knee, shoulder
Synovial Joint characteristics (3)
Synovial membrane lines articular capsule containing hyaluronic acid
Bursa- slick pad to prevent friction
Tendon sheath- tubular buras with tendon inside tubular part
Class One Lever ex.
Lifting head off chest, triceps away
Class Two Lever ex. (2)
Ribs, Jaw
Class Three Lever ex. (many)
Bicep curl
Neuron Composition and purpose (4)
1.Cell Body = Soma- responsible for maintenance
2.dendritic zone- reception
3.Axon- conduction
4.Synapse- transmission
Glial Cells (5)
Schwann Cells
Oligodendrocytes
Astrocytes
Epidymel
Mircoglia
Schwann Cells
Wrap myelin sheaths around axons in the PNS for protection and insulation to allow faster conduction of action potential
Oligodendrocytes
Creat myelin sheaths around adjeacent axons in the CNS for protection and insulation
Astrocytes
contribute to the blood-brain barrier
Epidymel
secrets cerebrospinal fluid
Mircoglia
clean up dead cells in CNS by phagocytosis
Cell Membrane (Na) Channels, where, kind of membrane potential, what causes them to open
Leakage-everywhere, resting, always

Voltage Gated-axon, action, local electrical currents

Chemical-Gated- dendritic zones, synaptic neurotransmitters.
Procephalon
Telecephalon
Diencephalon
Mesencephalon
Mesencephalon
Rhombencephalon
Metencephalon
Myelencephalon