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21 terms
Histology - Block 2 - Respiratory System
-conducting portion of the respiratory…
-respiratory portion of the respirator…
-contains receptors for the sense of s…
1 - sustentacular/supporting cells: ta…
What are the structures that comprise the *CONDUCTION PORTION…
What are the structures that comprise the *RESPIRATORY PORTIO…
What is the function of the olfactory organ?
The olfactory organ is covered in *pseudostratified columnar…
-conducting portion of the respiratory…
What are the structures that comprise the *CONDUCTION PORTION…
-respiratory portion of the respirator…
What are the structures that comprise the *RESPIRATORY PORTIO…
70 terms
Histology Block 3 - Urinary System
What are the 3 functions of the urinar…
What are 4 features of the kidneys?
What are the collecting ducts on the s…
What are medullary rays of the hemisec…
1. control hormones that control body processes... 2.regulate th…
1. bean shaped organs, lie in the retroperitoneal space on th…
10 to 25 collecting ducts which perforate each papilla
medullary material extends into the cortex as fine radial rays
What are the 3 functions of the urinar…
1. control hormones that control body processes... 2.regulate th…
What are 4 features of the kidneys?
1. bean shaped organs, lie in the retroperitoneal space on th…
22 terms
Block 3 Histology - Respiratory System
Functions of the Respiratory System
Divisions of the Respiratory Tract
Conducting Zone
The Typical Respiratory Epithelium con…
1. Conditioning of Air (filtration, temperature adjustment &…
Anatomically : ... - Upper Respiratory Tract (URT)... - Lower Respi…
- Provides channels through which air can travel to and from…
1. Ciliated Columnar... 2. Mucous goblet cells... 3. Brush cells... 4.…
Functions of the Respiratory System
1. Conditioning of Air (filtration, temperature adjustment &…
Divisions of the Respiratory Tract
Anatomically : ... - Upper Respiratory Tract (URT)... - Lower Respi…
113 terms
Histology Block 3 - Lymphatic System
1) return lymphocytes/fluid/plasma pro…
- lymph is an ultrafiltrate of blood p…
a) lymphatic capillaries:... -end blindly…
a) Diffuse lymphoid tissue or mucosa-a…
Objective 1:... List the functions of the lymphatic system
Objective 2:... define lymph
Objective 3: list the various types of lymphatic vessels and…
Objective 4: compare diffuse lymphoid tissue with lymphoid no…
1) return lymphocytes/fluid/plasma pro…
Objective 1:... List the functions of the lymphatic system
- lymph is an ultrafiltrate of blood p…
Objective 2:... define lymph
35 terms
Integumentary System Histology Block 3
Integumentray Overview
Epidermis
Layers of Epidermis
Keratinocytes general
Largest organ in body 15-20% of total mass... Barrier, sensatio…
Most superficial layer of keratinized stratified squamous epi…
From deep to superficial... 1. Stratum Basale... 2. Stratum spinos…
Least differentiated cells in basal layer ... As they move thro…
Integumentray Overview
Largest organ in body 15-20% of total mass... Barrier, sensatio…
Epidermis
Most superficial layer of keratinized stratified squamous epi…
74 terms
Histology Block 3: Cardiovascular System
Cardiac vs. skeletal vs. smooth muscle
3 parts of intercalated disc
2 main functions of heart
Flow of blood through heart (from deox…
skeletal = strong contractions, voluntary, striated; periph…
fascia adherens = anchors actin filaments... macula adherens = r…
1) Provide force to circulate blood... 2) Act as an endocrine or…
Superior and Inferior Vena Cava ----> Right Atrium -----t…
Cardiac vs. skeletal vs. smooth muscle
skeletal = strong contractions, voluntary, striated; periph…
3 parts of intercalated disc
fascia adherens = anchors actin filaments... macula adherens = r…
66 terms
Block 5 Histology: Female Reproductive System
Infant ovary
Medulla
Germinal epithelium
Tunica albuginea
pink circle
blue arrows
TA
Infant ovary
Medulla
pink circle
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Block 5 Histology: Male Reproductive System
Tunica albuginea
Mediastinum testis
Septa
Lobule
green arrow
-green arrow... -dense irregular CT
green arrows
Tunica albuginea
green arrow
Mediastinum testis
-green arrow... -dense irregular CT
54 terms
Block 3 SF: Histology of Respiratory System
upper respiratory tract
thorax
conducting portion
respiratory portion
-nasal cavity... -nasopharynx ... -larynx ... -proximal trachea (C6)
-distal trachea... -primary bronchi... -lungs (bronchi, bronchioles…
-conduit for air, cleans and conditions... -nasal cavity... -nasoph…
-surface for gas exchange ... -lungs (respiratory bronchioles, a…
upper respiratory tract
-nasal cavity... -nasopharynx ... -larynx ... -proximal trachea (C6)
thorax
-distal trachea... -primary bronchi... -lungs (bronchi, bronchioles…
90 terms
Histology Block 3 - Female Reproductive System
What the features of the ovary?
Where do ovaries develop from?
Where do oogonia develop in?
What do oogonia enlarge to become?
-paired organs... -attached to the anterior wall of the broad li…
genital ridges
the yolk sac and migrate to the ovary
primary oocytes
What the features of the ovary?
-paired organs... -attached to the anterior wall of the broad li…
Where do ovaries develop from?
genital ridges
50 terms
AUC histology (block II - respiratory system)
What two portions is the respiratory s…
what structures comprise the conductin…
What structures comprise the respirato…
Outline the structure of the nose.
conducting and respiratory
trachea... bronchi... bronchioles
those involved in gas exchage
a. vestibule... b. conchae... c. nasal cavity... d. olfactory epitheli…
What two portions is the respiratory s…
conducting and respiratory
what structures comprise the conductin…
trachea... bronchi... bronchioles
32 terms
Block 5 Pathology 4: Urinary System Histology
This chunk of the kidneys is the regio…
These structures are extensions of the…
The medullary pyramids are deeper stru…
This is the structure into which a min…
The cortex.
The renal columns.
The minor calyces.
The major calyx.
This chunk of the kidneys is the regio…
The cortex.
These structures are extensions of the…
The renal columns.
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AUC Histology (block II - Cardiovascular system)
List the three principal types of vess…
what is the function of arteries?
What is the location and function of c…
what is the function of veins?
arteries... capillaries... veins
conduct blood from the heart to the capillaries... - largest art…
largely where the exchange between blood and the tissues occurs
conduct blood from the capillaries to the heart
List the three principal types of vess…
arteries... capillaries... veins
what is the function of arteries?
conduct blood from the heart to the capillaries... - largest art…
33 terms
Block 6 Pathology 1: Histology of the Endocrine System
An endocrine cell that stains basophil…
An endocrine cell that stains eosinoph…
An endocrine cell that stain eosinophi…
This structure is a remnant of the dev…
Protein/Peptide hormones.
Stroid hormones.
Protein/Peptide hormones.
Rathke's pouch.
An endocrine cell that stains basophil…
Protein/Peptide hormones.
An endocrine cell that stains eosinoph…
Stroid hormones.
182 terms
Histology Block
Amphiuma Liver
Parenchymal cells
Pigment cells
Amphiuma Liver (x40)... nucleous... Paren…
Top arrow?
Bottom Arrow?
Amphiuma Liver
Parenchymal cells
Top arrow?
120 terms
[Y1S1 - Block 3 - Histology] Integumentary System
integumentary system
skin
components of the skin
epidermis
- organ system that protects the body from various kinds of…
- largest organ of body... - constitutes *15-20% of total body…
1) epidermis... 2) epidermal derivatives (appendages)... 3) dermis…
- composed of: keratinized stratified squamous epithelium... -…
integumentary system
- organ system that protects the body from various kinds of…
skin
- largest organ of body... - constitutes *15-20% of total body…
142 terms
Histology Block 4 Practical
The Respiratory System
The conducting portion extends as foll…
Purpose of the conducting portion?
Respiratory portion is where actual ex…
green = nasopharynx... blue = oropharynx... purple = laryngopharynx
-serving as conduit for air... -filtering air... -moistening air... -w…
Respiratory Bronchioles ... Alveolar Ducts ... Alveolar Sacs... Alv…
The Respiratory System
The conducting portion extends as foll…
green = nasopharynx... blue = oropharynx... purple = laryngopharynx
103 terms
Block 2 Histology - Eyes
What are the layers in the outer fibro…
What are the layers in the middle vasc…
What are the layers in the inner tunic?
Surface ectoderm
sclera and cornea
Iris, Ciliary Body, Choroid
Pigmented Epithelium, Neural Retina
What is 1?
What are the layers in the outer fibro…
sclera and cornea
What are the layers in the middle vasc…
Iris, Ciliary Body, Choroid
116 terms
Block 2 Histology - Eyes
What are the layers in the outer fibro…
What are the layers in the middle vasc…
What are the layers in the inner tunic?
Surface ectoderm
1. sclera... 2. cornea
1. Iris... 2. Ciliary Body... 3. Choroid
1. Pigmented Epithelium... 2. Neural Retina
What is 1?
What are the layers in the outer fibro…
1. sclera... 2. cornea
What are the layers in the middle vasc…
1. Iris... 2. Ciliary Body... 3. Choroid
112 terms
Histology Practical Block 2
A-band
Adipocyte
Adipose Tissue
Tunic adventitia
?
C
A-band
?
Adipocyte
94 terms
Block 1 Histology Slides
Simple Squamous... Lining blood vessels…
Simple Cuboidal... Glands-tyhyroid... Tubul…
Cerebellum... Molecular layer... Purkinje l…
Stratified Squamous... may be keratinize…
Simple Squamous... Lining blood vessels…
Simple Cuboidal... Glands-tyhyroid... Tubul…
23 terms
Block 6 Pathology 2: Histology of the Male Reproductive System
This dense irregular connective tissue…
These testicular structures are long c…
The seminiferous tubules have an extra…
These cells of the seminiferous tubule…
The tunica albuginea.
The seminiferous tubules.
Myloid cells.
Sertoli/Sustentacular cells.
This dense irregular connective tissue…
The tunica albuginea.
These testicular structures are long c…
The seminiferous tubules.
40 terms
Block 6 Pathology 3: Histology of the Female Reproductive System
This layer of the ovarian capsule is a…
This layer of the ovarian capsule is c…
The cortex of the ovaries is made up o…
This is the composition of the ovarian…
Germinal epithelium.
The tunica albuginea.
Smooth muscle cells.
Loose connective tissue with numerous tortuous blood vessels.
This layer of the ovarian capsule is a…
Germinal epithelium.
This layer of the ovarian capsule is c…
The tunica albuginea.
155 terms
Histology GI Block
Layers of the alimentary canal
Mucosa components
Epithelium ... (mucosa)
Lamina propria... (mucosa)
Mucosa... Sub Mucosa... Muscularis externa... Serosa/ Adventitia
Epithelium ... Lamina propria... Muscularis Mucosae
usually simple columnar ... or... stratified squamous (oral cavity)
immune cells?... loose connective tissue
Layers of the alimentary canal
Mucosa... Sub Mucosa... Muscularis externa... Serosa/ Adventitia
Mucosa components
Epithelium ... Lamina propria... Muscularis Mucosae
141 terms
Histology Block 2
Odontoblasts
Dentin
Predentin
Periodontal membrane
Processes Tomes Dentinal Fibers, Ground Substance and collage…
Bulk of tooth formation ... Calcified tissue- type 1 collagen fi…
Mesenchymal product... Organic fibrillar matrix of dentin before…
Holds the tooth in its socket or alveolus.
Odontoblasts
Processes Tomes Dentinal Fibers, Ground Substance and collage…
Dentin
Bulk of tooth formation ... Calcified tissue- type 1 collagen fi…
60 terms
Block 1 Histology
Embryo Age: 22 days... A: Neural fold... B:…
Collagen Fibers in Loose Areolar Conne…
Dense Irregular Connective Tissue
Dense Irregular Connective Tissue
Embryo Age: 22 days... A: Neural fold... B:…
Collagen Fibers in Loose Areolar Conne…
54 terms
Histology Block 1: Epithelialum
Tissue
Epithelial tissue
Connective tissue
Muscle tissue
An organized aggregation of cells that function in a collecti…
covers body surfaces and lines hollow organs, body cavities,…
protects and supports the body and its organs. Various types…
generates the physical force needed to make body structures m…
Tissue
An organized aggregation of cells that function in a collecti…
Epithelial tissue
covers body surfaces and lines hollow organs, body cavities,…
10 terms
Block 5- Histology Slides
Head cross section: teeth, bones, cart…
Scapulo-humeral joint and synovium
Elastic tissue
Compact bone
Head cross section: teeth, bones, cart…
Scapulo-humeral joint and synovium
119 terms
Histology Block 3 (Skin)
What are functions of skin?
What are the two major layers of skin?
What lies below the dermis and is actu…
Example slide showing skin layers.
protection, water balance, thermal control, sensation, commun…
epidermis and dermis
hypodermis
What are functions of skin?
protection, water balance, thermal control, sensation, commun…
What are the two major layers of skin?
epidermis and dermis
142 terms
Block 2 Histology Terms
Roles of Blood
Blood =
Erythrocytes
Leukocytes
-Maintain IV Fluid volume... -Regulation of temperature, acid/ba…
Cellular Elements + Plasma
Red Blood Cells
White Blood Cells
Roles of Blood
-Maintain IV Fluid volume... -Regulation of temperature, acid/ba…
Blood =
Cellular Elements + Plasma
117 terms
Block 1 Histology Terms
Fluid Mosaic Model
Amphipathic
Types of Membrane Proteins
Lateral Movement in PMs is limited by:
Describes that membranes are a bilayer of lipids with transme…
Feature of PM meaning that both hydrophobic and hydrophilic e…
Integral Membrane Proteins... -Transmembrane Proteins... -Membrane…
-Extracellular Matrix... -Tight Junctions... -Proteins of adjacent…
Fluid Mosaic Model
Describes that membranes are a bilayer of lipids with transme…
Amphipathic
Feature of PM meaning that both hydrophobic and hydrophilic e…
15 terms
histology block 4
lymphoid nodule
peyer's patch
interlobular duct of pancreas
centroacinar cell
In this slide of the colon, which of the following structures…
In this slide of the ileum, which of the following components…
Which of the following structures is indicated by the tip of…
In this high magnification image of the pancreas, which of th…
lymphoid nodule
In this slide of the colon, which of the following structures…
peyer's patch
In this slide of the ileum, which of the following components…
140 terms
Histology Block 2
Tunica intima of vessel wall
tunica media of vessel wall
tunica adventitia of vessel wall
pericardium
What is number 1?
What is number 2?
What is number 3?
What is number 1?
Tunica intima of vessel wall
What is number 1?
tunica media of vessel wall
What is number 2?
218 terms
Block 1 Histology Practical
Adipose tissue
Dense Collagenous Connective Tissue
Hyaline cartilage
Elastic cartilage
Adipose tissue
Dense Collagenous Connective Tissue
35 terms
Block 1 histology atlas
Neural folds... Somites
Golgi apparatus
Glycocalyx... Microvilli
Mesenchyme
Neural folds... Somites
Golgi apparatus
115 terms
Block 4 Histology
Functions of urinary system
Blood flow in kidneys
Nephron
Podocytes
Filtration out of blood... Reabsorption into blood... Secretion out…
Renal artery, interlobar artery, arcuate artery, interlobular…
Functional unit of kidney. Composed of renal corpuscle, PCT,…
Specialized cells that make up visceral layer of Bowman's cap…
Functions of urinary system
Filtration out of blood... Reabsorption into blood... Secretion out…
Blood flow in kidneys
Renal artery, interlobar artery, arcuate artery, interlobular…
54 terms
Histology Slides Block 1
Plasma membrane glycocalyx
Endocytotic vesicles
Mitochondria
Mitochondria Steroid secreting cell
Microvilli
Plasma membrane glycocalyx
Endocytotic vesicles
Microvilli
133 terms
Block 4- Histology
Endocardium
Purkinje Fibers
Myocardium
Muscular
A
B
C
a
Endocardium
A
Purkinje Fibers
B
76 terms
Histology Renal Block
kidneys
ureters
urethra
erythropoietin
remove metabolic waste... conserve bodily fluid, ... regulate pH... re…
conduct urine from kidneys to the bladder... no modifications t…
Fibromuscular tube... conveys urine from the bladder to the ext…
stimulates production of RBC... made in interstitial tissue o…
kidneys
remove metabolic waste... conserve bodily fluid, ... regulate pH... re…
ureters
conduct urine from kidneys to the bladder... no modifications t…
90 terms
Block 1 Histology Slides
simple cuboidal
simple cuboidal
Simple Cuboidal -glandular epitheial
Simple Cuboidal -glandular epitheial
simple cuboidal
simple cuboidal
130 terms
Block 5- Histology
Ruffled border of deeply infolded memb…
Capillary
Nucleus of degenerating chondrocyte wi…
Longitudinal septa
Arrow
c
N
Arrows
Ruffled border of deeply infolded memb…
Arrow
Capillary
c
37 terms
Histology Respiratory block
nasal cavity divided into what 3 regions
vibrissae are
vestibule contain
respiratory segment contain
vestibule... respiratory... olfactory
stiff hairs that... trap dust particles... (within vestibule)
Stratified squamous
...
nasal cavity divided into what 3 regions
vestibule... respiratory... olfactory
vibrissae are
stiff hairs that... trap dust particles... (within vestibule)
30 terms
Histology Block I
epidermis origin
dermis origin
hypodermis
epidermis and dermis connected via
ectodermal
mesodermal
subcutaneous tissue not part of integument
dermal papillae... epidermal ridges
epidermis origin
ectodermal
dermis origin
mesodermal
64 terms
Block 2 Histology Images
Red Blood Cell
Neutrophil
Lymphocyte
Monocyte
Red Blood Cell
Neutrophil
148 terms
Block 6 Histology
Rosettes of glycogen
Large spaces where lipid was stored pr…
Smooth ER
Ribosomes attached to ER
Circles
A
Curved arrows
Long arrows
Rosettes of glycogen
Circles
Large spaces where lipid was stored pr…
A
32 terms
histology 2 block 1
Connective tissue basics
Connective tissue has two main compone…
ground substance, what is it, molecule…
Glycosaminoglycans (GAGs) are, examples
connects epithelium, muscle and nerve tissues. provides struc…
extracellular matrix and cells
mostly what connective tissue matrix is composed of, a large…
long unbranched polymers of repeating disaccharides. attract…
Connective tissue basics
connects epithelium, muscle and nerve tissues. provides struc…
Connective tissue has two main compone…
extracellular matrix and cells
29 terms
Histology Block 2 Blood
Erythrocyte
Reticulocyte
Neutrophil
Eosinophil
-central pallor... -7.5 microns
-immature erythrocytes... -7.5 microns
-bacterial infections... -multilobular nucleus
-parasitic infections, allergies... -bilobular nucleus
Erythrocyte
-central pallor... -7.5 microns
Reticulocyte
-immature erythrocytes... -7.5 microns
316 terms
Histology Block 1 review
Which adrenal region contains cells wh…
Which adrenal region contains cells wh…
Which of the following hormones is rel…
Regular Dense CT, Tendon
- Zona reticularis... (DHEA) Dehydroepiandrosterone
Zona glomerulosa
Luteinizing hormone (LH)
Which of the following would best describe the structure?
Which adrenal region contains cells wh…
- Zona reticularis... (DHEA) Dehydroepiandrosterone
Which adrenal region contains cells wh…
Zona glomerulosa
63 terms
Histology Block 1
Apocrine secretion
Merocrine secretion
Holocrine secretion
Exocrine gland classification
Involves loss of cytoplasm and a portion of the apical cell m…
Involves exocytosis ... (most glands are this type)
The entire secretory cells is lost, forming part of the secre…
Duct shape... Secretory unit shape... Type of secretion
Apocrine secretion
Involves loss of cytoplasm and a portion of the apical cell m…
Merocrine secretion
Involves exocytosis ... (most glands are this type)
11 terms
FOM Block 1 Histology
four basic tissues:
______ lines body surfaces and compris…
______ surface is the free surface
____ _____ is deepest layer of epithel…
epithelium, connective, muscle, nervous
epithelium, glands
apical
basal lamina
four basic tissues:
epithelium, connective, muscle, nervous
______ lines body surfaces and compris…
epithelium, glands
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