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In addition to the labels, what do the red and purple arrows represent

1. epithelium

2. lamina propria

3. submucosa

4. bone/periosteum

red arrow = epithelium

purple arrow = connective tissue

2

Identify the labels and inidicate what type of epithelium these are found in

1. superficial layer

2. intermediate layer

3. prickle cell layer

4. basal cell layer

non-keratinized epithelium

3

1. melanocyte

2. langerhans cell

4

What kind of cells are indicated by the arrows

"clear" cells; like melanocytes, Langerhans, Merkel

5

What kind of cells are these

melanocytes

6

What cells are these

Langerhans

7

What are the differences between these two mucosas

1. non-keratinized

2. keratinized

8

identify the labels and indicate what type of epithelium this is

1. keratinized layer

2. granular layer

3. prickle cell layer

4. basal cell layer

keratinized epithelium

9

Which image depicts keratinized epithelium

the left

note; the dead keratinized layer

10

Which image depicts non-keratinized epithelium

the left

note; the superficial cell that contains its nucleus

11

What are these images depicting

membrane coating granules

12

What type of epithelium is this

keratinized

13

What kind of epithelium is this

keratinized

14

What kind of epithelium is this

keratinized

15

What kind of epithelium is the arrow pointing to

non-keratinized

16

What kind of epithelium is this

non-keratinized

17

What kind of epithelium is this

non-keratinized

18

What kind of epithelium is this

non-keratinized

19

What kind of epithelium are A, B, and C

A and B = keratinized

C = non-keratinized

20

What kind of epithelium (gingiva) is this

parakeratinized

21

What are the variations in these two images

A; incomplete keratinization

B; hyperkeratinization

22

What tissue is this

lamina propria

23

What so the black dots indicate

type 1 collagen

ther is more type 1 collagen in less flexible regions

24

What are these images depicting

epithelial/connective tissue interface

can see the rete pegs and the connective tissue papillae

25

What is this image depicting

long thin rete pegs and connective tissue papillae

26

What are the images on the left and right

left = submucosa

right = mucoperiosteum

27

What do the blue and purple dotted lines indicate

blue = lamina propria

purple = submucosa

28

what is this an image of

mucoperiosteum

29

What is this an image of

lip region

30

What are the labels and what is this an image of

skin of lip

1. keratinized epidermis

2. hair shaft

3. sebaceous gland

4. dermis

31

What is this an image of

vermillion border

32

What are the labels and what is this an image of

labial mucosa

1. muscle

2. salivary glands

3. lamina propria

4. non-keratinized epithelium

33

What do the green and yellow arrows indicate

green = alveolar (lining)

yellow = gingiva (masticatory)

34

1. gingival margin

2. sulcular epithelium

3. gingival epithelium

4. dentin

5. connective tissue

6. junctional epithelium

7. enamel space

8. alveolar bone

9. ligaments

35

junctional epithelium

36

What is this image depicting

the wider inter-cellular spaces in the junctional epithelium

37

What are the parts of the tongue

1. root

2. terminal sulcus

3. body

38

What is this

Meissner's corpuscles

39

What is this

Merkel receptor

40

What are these images depicting 

nociceptors

41

What is this an image of

taste bud

42

What kind of papillae is this

fungiform

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1. fungiform

2. filliform

44

What kind of papilae is this

fungiform

45

What kind of papillae is this

filiform

46

What kind of papillae is this

foliate

47

What kind of papillae is this

foliate

48

What is this image depicting

the taste buds along the trench of the foliate papillae

49

What kind of papillae is this

circumvallate

50

What is this an image of

cross section of a taste bud; can see the dark and light cells