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    Epithelium Essay

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    Aim 1: Analyzing the formation of the epithelium of visceral endoderm surrounding the internal cavity in locally-instructed embryoids Sub-aim 1.1: Investigating the formation of an endodermal epithelium around the cavity Rationale: VE is derived from PrE, an epithelial tissue that separates the ICM from the blastocoel. PrE and Epiblast (Epi) cells exist in a ‘salt and pepper’ manner in the ICM by E3.5, which can be visualized by the complementary expression patterns of Gata6 (PrE) and Nanog (Epi) (Chazaud et al., 2006). The PrE cells are sorted from the ICM through differential adhesion (Gerbe et al., 2008) and cortical tension (Moore et al., 2009) and become a morphologically distinct tissue by E4.5. PrE/VE epithelial tissue surrounds in the…

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    Chicken Lab Dissection

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    Discussion The basic types of tissue represented in the chicken lab dissection were connective, muscular, and epithelial tissue. Each of these three tissue are related and serve the body to allow it to function. Both the epithelial and connective tissues provide protection. Epithelial tissues protect exposed and internal surfaces, while connective tissue protects internal organs. Connective and muscular tissue both transport fluids and essential substances throughout the body.…

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    Four Main Tissue Types

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    Task 1 Unit 11 Diagram Task 2 Unit 11 Four main tissue types Epithelial tissues One of the main tissue type are the one that characterize the epithelium .The epithelial tissues are used as cover for the all of our body surface both internal and external .Our epithelium it is formed by cells tissues that are one cell thick which make up the simple epithelium and from cells which are two or more cell thick which make up the stratified epithelium. The Simple Epithelium is made of…

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    Tissues In The Human Body

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    In a human body, there are four core classifications of tissues, which are epithelial tissue (plural form epithelium), connective tissue, nervous tissue, and muscle tissue. And each of these tissues has its own unique function in our body that makes us a perfect complement function organism. In the beginning, the simplest structural elements or atoms such as calcium (Ca +2) or sodium (Na +1) involve in the basic unit of living matter. These matters combine to form other matters like the fusion…

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    metal NPs have a wide range of therapeutic applications, studies have shown a significant link between inhaled particulates and increased lung inflammation and injury leading to decreased lung function (Mody et al, 2010). Injury induced by metal NPs can be found throughout the entire respiratory tract. For example, male Wistar rats exposed to high doses of titanium oxide (TiO2) NPs were found to have deposition of the particles in the nasal cavity and at the base of the epiglottis along with…

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    P2 Task two Tissues The tissues are structures formed by a group of billion of cells with a similar structure. A group of cells together form tissues, tissues from organs and organs are form system organs. There are four different types of basic animal tissue: 1) Epithelial Tissue: This tissue is formed of one or a few layers of cells adhere to a basement membrane. it is found in internal and external organs surfaces. It is divides into: a) Squamous Epithelium - Squamous Simple Epithelium: the…

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    It functions consist of absorption and secretion (enzymes, mucus, and other substances) through ciliary action. It is located in the digestive tract (stomach to the anal canal), excretory ducts, gallbladder, small bronchi, certain parts of the uterus, and uterine tube. Pseudostratified Ciliated Columnar epithelium: It is a single layer of cells. Some are described as being: different in height (some do not reach the free surface), the nuclei are seen at various levels, and can consist of…

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    Epidermis Layers

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    1. The three major layers that make up healthy skin are the epidermis, dermis, and the hypodermis. The epidermis is a keratinized stratified squamous epithelium that resists abrasion and reduces water loss. It have four cell types and five layers. The dermis made of strong, flexible dense irregular connective tissue. It contains the blood vessels, nerve fibers and lymphatic vessels. The sweat glands and the hair follicles reside in the dermis layer. The hypodermis is deep to the skin. It is made…

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    Essay On Stratum Corneum

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    In your own words, explain why the stratum corneum is so important when discussing dermal absorption? The Stratum Corneum is the outermost layer of the epidermis and it is made up of stratified squamous epithelium with no blood vessels. As the cells of the epidermis divides and age, the older epidermal cells are pushed away from the dermis to the epidermis towards its outer surface (stratum corneum). It would be right to describe the stratified squamous cells of the stratum corneum as many…

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    Healthy Skin Layers

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    1. The three major layers that make up healthy skin are the epidermis, dermis, and the subcutaneous tissue (hypodermis). The epidermis is a keratinized stratified squamous epithelium that resists abrasion and reduces water loss. It consists of four distinct cell types and five layers. The dermis, the second major skin region containing strong, flexible connective tissue. It is composed of dense irregular connective tissue. Also, the dermis contains the blood vessels, nerve fibers and lymphatic…

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