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  1. Forming tooth; micro slide says Cervical Loop (where two layers make a sharp bend)
  2. Organ: thyroid gland
    Cell types: follicular and epithelial cells
  3. ORGAN: EAR; A. Cupula
    B. Cristae ampullaris
    Arrow heads: HAIR CELLS, more apically located (type 1 and type 2)
    Arrows: Sustentacular cells, more basally located nuclei
  4. Labial Gland, secretes mucus
  5. labial gland, mostly mucus but some serous
  1. a
  2. b
  3. c
  4. d
  5. e
    structure and its secretions?

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  1. See optic nerve head leaving lamina cribosa, note ciliary body that suspends lens across the center of eye and regulates its shape. Cliliary muscles contract which relaxes the tension on the zonules and allows the lens to round up for near vision. Natural state at rest is lens being flat and accommodated for distance.

          

  2. arrow: trabecular meshwork; left arrow: uveal portion; right arrow: corneoscleral portion; arrowhead: zonular fibers; curved arrow: canal of schlemm; box: anterior chamber

          

  3. Organ: EYE
    IRIS, Four layers:
    Anterior limiting layer: discontinuous stellate cells, no much of a barrier to anything
    Stroma: majority of iris
    Muscular layer: smooth muscle, 2 parts
    Schincter papilae: Circumfrentially oriented: bulk of smooth muscle layer (opens pupil, sympathetic) Most numerous near edge near lens
    Dialator papilae: Myoepitheial cells: act like smooth muscle cells, layer above posterior (parasympathetic),
    Posterior epithelium: HEAVILY pigmented

          

  4. Organ: thyroid
    Structure: pars intermedia
    Arrows: Rathke's cysts= colloid-filled cysts

          

  5. A: Periodontal ligament
    B: cementum
    C: Dentin

          

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