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27 Cards in this Set

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What type of cells are usually in LCT
immune cells
Endothelium and mesothelium usually have what type of cells
simple squamous (absorption and secretion)
Simple sqamous is usally found where
endothelium, mesothelium, bowman capsule
barrier and exchange
simple cuboidal are found
small ducts, ovary, kidney tubules
absorption and secretion
simple columnar are found
small large intestine, stomach, gastric glands
absorption secretion
trachea, male reproductive
secretion and absorption
Stereo cilia (look for sperm)
stratified squamous
epidermis, oral cavity vagina, esophagus
stratified cuboidal
sweat glands
staratified columnar
arnoreotal junction
urinary tract, renal calcyes
Solid structure over dome shaped cell is a plaque
Do ALL epithelia cells have a BL
goblet cells are usually found where
intestine/ respiratory tract
Predominant cells in dermis
Fibroblast and collagen type I for skin
Elastic fibers have no ?
discerable beginning or end
Reticular fibers have?
anastomosing network with beginning and end
What type of collagen for tendon
Type I
Eosinophils are found where when no in tissue
lamina propria or in the gut
Hemotoxylin colors what?
Phosphate group of nucleic acids, sulfate group in GAG, proteins

heterochromatin is basophilic
Eosin stain what
Organelles, cytoplasm, mitochondria, collagen
Tight junctions form what type of structure
Grapelike cells are?
compound acinar
Sickle Cell is what
Point mutation of Beta chain in HgA and becomes HgS
blood cell formation
Proerythroblast 12 -20 micrometers, very big
basophilic erythroblast (VERY purple cytoplasm)
polychromatic erythroblast
orthchromatocblast (normoblast) BLACK NUCLEUS, pushing nucleus out predominently acidophilic because of hemoglobin
reticulocyte no nucleus pushing organelles out
if you are anemic your what levels would be higher
reticulocyte levels to compensate for lose of blood cells
Myeloblast becomes
promyelcyte becomes
eosin, baso, neutro myelocyte
metamyelocyte (eosin, baso, neutro
band stage
end of process
what gives structural stability to RBC
Spectrin, tropomyosin, and actin
CLP-L makes?
CMP, gemm makes ?
all other blood cells and megakaryocytes