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15 Cards in this Set

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contact membranes of tissue cells
intercellular junctions
zippers connect cells in epithelium that line body cavities
intercellular junctions
snaps to attach cells to one another
desmosomes, intercellular junctions
use protein channels interclacted discs and between myocytes
gap junctions
produce release secretions
functional cells make up parenchymon of a gland which is surronded by stroma
exocine gland
mucous glands/serous glands
exocrine gland
release secretions by exocytosis
merocrine glands
salivary glands, pancreas gland, sweat gland
apocrine gland
produce secretions that consists of dead cell fragments and chemicals, oil glands
holocrine glands
largest membrane, on stratified squamous epithelium resting on layer of underlying CT
cutaneous membrane (skin)
layer of epithelium, areolar ct, called lamina propria and smooth muscle
mucous membrane
line body cavity and/or tracts open to the exterior lubricates, and traps bacteria
mucous membrane
thin areolar ct with simple squamous epithelium, cover organs lubricates and reduces friction
serous membrane
CT without epithelium, lines joint cavities and lubricates
synovial membrane