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   1) What are the four tissue categories? For each of the slides, be able to classify them into one of the four
       tissue types.
   2) Be able to identify the simple squamous tissue of a portion of a kidney tubule. Why would simple
       squamous tissue be found lining the air sac of the lung or a portion of the kidney tubule?
   3) Be able to identify the stratified squamous tissue of the epidermis and esophagus. What makes this tissue
       appear more complicated than simple squamous tissue? Why would stratified squamous tissue line the
       esophagus or form the epidermis?
   4) Be able to identify the simple cuboidal tissue of the kidney tubules and the ovary. What are the main
       functions of simple cuboidal tissue, and how do these functions pertain to the kidney (or glands like the
       thyroid)?
   5) Be able to identify the simple columnar tissue of the intestines. What are the main functions of simple
       columnar tissue? How do goblet cells help this tissue perform its function?
   6) Be able to identify transitional tissue of the ureter. Where else is transitional tissue located? What is the
       function of transitional tissue, and why is this function important in the organs where transitional tissue is
       found?
   7) Be able to identify pseudostratified columnar tissue. What two cell structures can be seen in this tissue?
       How do these structures help this tissue perform its function? Where is this tissue found?
   8) Be able to identify the glandular tissue of the parotid gland. Is this glandular tissue exocrine or endocrine?
       How can you tell? What is this gland’s function?
   9) Be able to identify the glandular tissue of the thyroid gland. Is this glandular tissue exocrine or endocrine?
       How can you tell? What is this gland’s function?
   10) Be able to identify skeletal muscle. What is another name for skeletal muscle? Why? Where is skeletal
       muscle found in the body? What is the function of skeletal muscle? Is skeletal muscle: involuntarily or
       voluntarily controlled?
   11) Be able to identify cardiac muscle. What is the function of cardiac muscle? Where is cardiac muscle found
       in the body? Is cardiac muscle: involuntarily or voluntarily controlled? Describe and give the function for
       intercalated discs.
   12) Be able to identify smooth muscle. What is the function of smooth muscle? Where is smooth muscle
       found in the body? Is smooth muscle: involuntarily or voluntarily controlled?
   13) Be able to identify bone tissue. What is the function of bone? What are osteocytes?
   14) Be able to identify hyaline cartilage. What is the function of hyaline cartilage? Where is hyaline cartilage
       located?
   15) Be able to identify elastic cartilage? What is the function of elastic cartilage? Where is elastic cartilage
       located?
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   16) Be able to identify fibrocartilage? What is the function of fibrocartilage? Where is fibrocartilage located?
   17) What specific cells and fibers make up the three types of cartilage? How do the amounts of these fibers
       differ in each type of cartilage?
   18) Be able to identify dense collagenous regular connective tissue from dense collagenous irregular connective
       tissue. Using the correct fiber name, tell why one is regular and why one is irregular. What is the function
       of both dense collagenous tissues, & where can each type of tissue be found?
   19) Be able to identify dense elastic connective tissue in the wall of an artery. What makes it “elastic?” What
       is the function of dense elastic connective tissue?
   20) Be able to identify the reticular tissue of the spleen. What cells and fibers make up reticular tissue?
       Besides the spleen, where else is reticular tissue located?
   21) Be able to identify areolar connective tissue. What fibers make up areolar tissue? What is the function of
       areolar tissue? Where is areolar tissue located?
   22) Be able to identify the adipose tissue of the mammary gland. What is another name for adipose tissue?
       What is the function of adipose tissue? Where is adipose tissue located?
   23) Be able to identify blood cells – erythrocytes and leukocytes (and plasma). What does blood do?
   24) Be able to identify both types of nervous tissue – neurons and neuroglia. Where is nervous tissue found in
       the body? For a neuron, know how to identify a cell body, dendrite, and axon. What is the function of a
       neuron? What is the function of a neuroglial cell like an astrocyte?


Be sure to review the following terms. This list is the same “word list” on Wednesday’s practical!

Epithelial:                                                            Dense Elastic
        Simple Squamous                                                Areolar
        Stratified Squamous                                            Reticular
        Simple Cuboidal                                                Adipose
        Simple Columnar                                                Blood
        Pseudostratified Columnar
        Transitional                                           Nervous :
        Exocrine Gland                                               Neuron
        Endocrine Gland                                              Neuroglia

Muscle:
      Skeletal Muscle                                          Cell Structures:
      Cardiac Muscle                                                   Chondrocyte
      Smooth Muscle                                                    Cilia
                                                                       Collagen fibers
Connective:                                                            Elastic fibers
      Bone                                                             Erythrocyte
      Hyaline Cartilage                                                Fat droplet
      Elastic Cartilage                                                Goblet cell
      Fibrocartilage                                                   Intercalated disk
      Dense Collagenous – Regular                                      Leukocyte
      Dense Collagenous – Irregular                                    Osteocyte

				
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