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LAB EXERCISE 6 Worksheet 1 This exercise has two worksheets (Worksheet 1 and Worksheet 2), please access both.

Classification of Tissues
Objective 1: Define the following terms: a) tissue; b) histology; c) basement membrane; d) matrix; e) ground substance; f) intercalated discs; g) axon; h) dendrite; i) cell body/soma (of a neuron) a. tissue f. intercalated discs

b. histology

g. axon

c. basement membrane

h. dendrite

d. matrix

i. cell body/soma (of neuron)

e. ground substance

Objective 2: Indicate the general function, location and distinguishing anatomical features for each of the four tissue types listed.
Epithelium all functions Epithelium Common Location Epithelium Distinguishing Anatomical Features

Biol 2401 Worksheet for Exercise 6

Connective all functions

Connective Common Location (indicate at least five locations)

Connective Distinguishing Anatomical Features

Objective 2 Continued. Indicate the general function, location and distinguishing anatomical features for each of the four tissue types listed.
Muscle all functions Muscle Common Location Muscle Distinguishing Anatomical Features

Nervous all functions

Nervous Common Location

Nervous Distinguishing Anatomical Features

Objective 3: Provide the location (at least two) for each of the following types of epithelium: simple squamous, simple cuboidal, simple columnar, pseudostratified ciliated columnar, stratified squamous and transitional epithelium. Simple Squamous Pseudostratified Ciliated Columnar

Simple Cuboidal

Stratified Squamous

Simple Columnar

Transitional Epithelium

Objective 4: List the different types of fibers and cells that may be found in the matrix of connective tissue. Biol 2401 Worksheet for Exercise 6 2

Fibers 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Cells (at least four types)

Objective 5: Provide the location (at least two) for each of the following types of connective tissue: mesenchyme, areolar, dense regular, dense irregular, adipose, reticular, elastic connective, hyaline cartilage, fibrocartilage, elastic cartilage, osseous/bone tissue, blood tissue. Mesenchyme Reticular

Areolar

Hyaline Cartilage

Dense Regular

Fibrocartilage

Dense Irregular

Elastic Cartilage

Adipose

Osseous/bone

Elastic (connective tissue)

Blood

Objective 6: Indicate various characteristics for each of the muscle tissue types. Skeletal Cardiac Location Cell shape and appearance (striated vs. non-striated) Biol 2401 Worksheet for Exercise 6

Smooth

# of nuclei per cell Voluntary vs. involuntary

Objective 7: Indicate the structural features of the two types of cells that constitute nervous tissue. Neuron Structural Features

Supporting Cell/Neuroglia Structural Features (consult pp. 388 389)

Objective 8: This objective can be accessed by clicking on Worksheet 2. Identify tissues using appropriate illustrations and prepared slides. This will be performed in the lab.

Biol 2401 Worksheet for Exercise 6