Introduction: 1. What is histology? 2. What are we made of? 3. What is the advantage of cell differentiation? 4. What do the numbers and X after each cell name mean? BONE (150x) Draw slide 1. Label and identify T, C & H on you drawing 5. Why are bone cells structured in a circular pattern? CARTILAGE (69 X) Draw slide 2. Label and identify C & R Copy the picture in the picture of spine from the white book. Label & identify P, S, V & D 6. How does form follow function in cartilage tissue? FAT CELLS (50 X) Draw slide 3. Label and identify F,C & N 7. Why are these vacuoles so large and what do they store? EPITHELIAL TISSUE (1400X) Draw slide and label G & C 8. How does form follow function in these skin cells? NERVE CELLS (400X) Draw slide and label slide and label C, D & A 9. What are nerve cells called? 10. What does a motor neuron do? 11. How do they compare to telephone wires? MUSCLE CELLS (1000X) Draw slide and label slide and label S 12. Why are skeletal muscles called “voluntary”? 13. Can you name a part of your body controlled by involuntary muscles? RED BLOOD CELLS (3000X) Draw slide 14. What do they deliver to your body? What chemical do they use to do it? 15. How does being concave help in their function? 16. They have no nuclei.. this means they can’t__________.(hint: no DNA) WHITE BLOOD CELLS (262X) (3000X) Draw the double slide 16. When you are sick, doctors often do a white blood cell count? If this number is high, what do you think it indicates? 17. People with AIDS have abnormally low T cell counts. This makes them unable to fight off ________________?