  Presentation Topics Quiz on Glandular Epithelium/Connective Tissue

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June 24th
  Presentation Topics
  Quiz on Glandular Epithelium/Connective Tissue
  Notes: Nervous and Muscle Tissue
  Finish Tissue Lab
  Tissue Study Guide
  Tissue Practice Questions
  Work on Powerpoint Presentations
  Monday: Text pp. 138-144
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QUIZ # 8 GLANDULAR
EPITHELIAL TISSUE;
CONNECTIVE TISSUE
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Quiz # 8 Glandular Epithelia
1  Define Tissue
2  Define Gland
3  What are two ways glands are classified ?
4  Glands without ducts are ___________ glands?
List one example of a product of this type of gland.
5  Glands with ducts are __________ glands ? List
one example of this type of gland.
6  Compare merocrine and holocrine glands. How are
they similar ? How do they differ ?
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Quiz # 8 Connective Tissue
  List 5 functions of connective tissue (#7-11)
12  What is the name of embryonic connective tissue ?
13  Which type of cartilage is the most abundant ?
Where would you find it in the body ?
  Give an example of each of the following:
14  Loose connective tissue
15  Dense connective tissue
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Bonus Question (5 points !)
  What organ can be both an endocrine gland and
an exocrine gland?
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Tissue: The Living Fabric
Tissue: NERVOUS and MUSCLE - Part 4
  The four types of tissues
  Epithelial
  Connective
  Muscle
  Nerve
Nervous Tissue
  Branched neurons with long cellular processes and
support cells (glia)
  Transmits electrical signals from sensory receptors
to effectors
  Found in the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral
nerves
Nervous Tissue
Figure 4.10
Muscle Tissue: Skeletal
  Long, cylindrical, multinucleate cells with obvious
striations
  Initiates and controls voluntary movement
  Found in skeletal muscles that attach to bones or
skin
Muscle Tissue: Skeletal
  Long, cylindrical, multinucleate cells with obvious
striations
  Initiates and controls voluntary movement
  Found in skeletal muscles that attach to bones or
skin
Figure 4.11a
Muscle Tissue: Cardiac
  Branching, striated, uninucleate cells interlocking at
intercalated discs
  Propels blood into the circulation
  Found in the walls of the heart
Muscle Tissue: Cardiac
  Branching, striated, uninucleate cells interdigitating
at intercalated discs
  Propels blood into the circulation
  Found in the walls of the heart
Figure 4.11b
cardiac muscle cells
junction between
adjacent cells
intercalated disc
Muscle Tissue: Smooth
  Sheets of spindle-shaped cells with central nuclei
that have no striations
  Propels substances along internal passageways (i.e.,
peristalsis)
  Found in the walls of hollow organs
Muscle Tissue: Smooth
Figure 4.11c
June 24th
  Presentation Topics
  Quiz on Glandular Epithelium/Connective Tissue
  Notes: Nervous and Muscle Tissue
  Finish Tissue Lab
  Tissue Study Guide
  Tissue Practice Questions
  Work on Powerpoint Presentations
  Monday: Text pp. 138-144
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Lab 13
  Continue tissue slides: Blood, Muscle, Neuron,
Sperm
  Any incompleted Slides
  Turn in completed lab 13
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