Chapter 4 Study Guide

 

tissue

histology

pathologist

epithelial tissue

covering and lining epithelium

glandular epithelium

connective tissue

 

ectoderm nervous tissue, epidermis

mesoderm connective tissues, most muscle tissues

endoderm epithelial linings of GI & respiratory tracts

 

tight junctions

adherens junctions

desmosomes

hemidesmosomes

gap junctions

 

apical surface

lateral surface

basal surface

basement membrane

 

simple squamous epithelium

simple cuboidal epithelium

simple columnar epithelium

goblet cells

 

stratified squamous epithelium

keratin

stratified cuboidal epithelium

stratified columnar epithelium

transitional epithelium

 

pseudostratified columnar epithelium

 

endocrine glands

exocrine glands

simple glands

compound glands

tubular glands

acinar glands

tubuloacinar glands

merocrine glands

apocrine glands

holocrine glands

 

fibroblast

chondroblast

chondrocyte

osteoblast

osteocyte

macrophage

plasma cell

mast cell

adipocyte

neutrophil

eosinophil

 

matrix

ground substance

collagen fibers

elastic fibers

reticular fibers

 

mesenchyme

 

areolar connective tissue

adipose

white adipose

brown adipose

reticular connective tissue

 

dense regular connective tissue

dense irregular connective tissue

elastic connective tissue

 

lacunae

hyaline cartilage

fibrocartilage

elastic cartilage

 

mucous membrane (mucosa)

serous membrane (serosa)

parietal layer (review of chapter 1)

visceral layer (review of chapter 1)

synovial membrane

 

stroma

parenchyma

stem cells

repairs by parenchymal cells vs. repairs by stromal fibroblasts: how do they differ?