Flashcards in Histology Deck (91)
what are the types of mixed matrix?
cartilage and bone
what are 3 types of cartilage?
elastic, hyaline, fibrocartilage
external ear, parts of larynx
ends of bones, joint linings
invertebral disks, knees and pelvic girdle
cartilage cells; lie within lacunae
what are the 2 types of bone tissues?
outer covering of all bones and along shafts of large bones
scaffolding of bone inside a shell of compact bone
liquid matrix (blood plasma) and circulating blood cells
Groups of cells with similar structures and functions working together to carry out a specific function
the study of tissues
exposed to outside or open space internally
lacks blood cells
prevents virus and bacteria to enter
what are the functions of tissues?
physical and chemical protection, sensory reception, secretion, absorption, excretion
looks like it's layered but it's not; nuclei in different spots of cells
pillar like cells
elastic cells that flatten as stretched
what are all epithelial tissues anchored to?
where is the simple squamous found?
lungs, capillaries, alveoli
what does the simple squamous do?
exchange gases, lines blood and lymph vessels and body cavities
Where are the simple cudboidal found?
ovaries, kidney tubules, ducts of glands
what does the simple cudboidal epithelium do?
secretion and absorption in kidneys, secretion in glands
where are the simple columnar found?
uterus, stomach, intestines