Part B

In the space that follows, sketch a few cells of each type of epithelium you observed. For each sketch, label the major characteristics, indicate the magnification used, write an example of a location, and provide a function. Compare the tissues observed to those shown in figure 7.1.

Simple squamous epithelium ( x) Location

Simple cuboidal epithelium ( x) Location

Function

Function

Simple columnar epithelium ( x) Location

Pseudostratified columnar epithelium with cilia ( x)

Location

Function

Function

Stratified squamous epithelium ( x) Location

Transitional epithelium ( x) Location

Function

Function

Martin: Human Anatomy I 7. Epithelial Tissues I Text I © The McGraw-Hill and Physiology Companies, 2002

Figure 7.1 Identify each of the epithelial tissues shown in these micrographs. Note: The brackets indicate the tissue to be identified. Magnifications: (a) 650x; (b) 67x micrograph enlarged to 370x; (c) 500x micrograph enlarged to 1,500x; (d) 250x micrograph enlarged to 800x; (e) 190x; (f 250x micrograph enlarged to 1,100x.

Figure 7.1 Identify each of the epithelial tissues shown in these micrographs. Note: The brackets indicate the tissue to be identified. Magnifications: (a) 650x; (b) 67x micrograph enlarged to 370x; (c) 500x micrograph enlarged to 1,500x; (d) 250x micrograph enlarged to 800x; (e) 190x; (f 250x micrograph enlarged to 1,100x.

Transitional Epithelium 500x

(d) Simple cuboidal epithelium

(c) Pseudostratified columnar epithelium

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(e) Transitional epithelium

(d) Simple cuboidal epithelium

Transitional Epithelium 500x
(f) Simple squamous epithelium
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