Histo-Tips: Advice from previous Histology students



Take time to do the lab carefully if you want to do well on the practical exams.

Week 08: Endocrine Tissue

Homework problem #4 can be found here. It is due in class on Friday 11/2.

The SECOND EXAM has been POSTPONED and is now planned to be in class FRIDAY 11/9. To help prepare- complete the Review Study Questions for Cartilage and Bone (in Connective Tissue), Muscle, Nervous Tissue, and Endocrine Systems.

Review Sessions for the exam will be held in lab on:

    Tuesday November 6th at 5:00PM (Did you vote?)
    Wednesday November 7th at 5:00PM.

Week 04: Connective Tissue

Homework problem #1 can be found here. It is due in class on Friday 9/28.

Homework problem #2 can be found here. It is due in class on Monday 10/1.

Answers to Homework problems #1 and 2 can be found here.

It will be wise to be able to generate tables like those seen in your textbook: Tables 5.1 (page 108), 5.2 (page 112), and 5.4 (page 135).

The first exam is in class Wednesday 10/3. To help prepare- complete the Review Study Questions for Techniques, Epithelia, and Connective Tissue.

Review Sessions for the exam will be held in ISB 264 at the following times:

    Monday 10/1 4:00PM
    Tuesday 10/2 7:30PM

Loose (Areolar) Connective Tissue

Areolar Connective Tissue

AF: Active Fibroblasts
IF: Inactive Fibroblasts
E: Elastin fibers
N: Nucleus

Bone 400x

O: Osteocycte
HV: Haversian Canal
VC: Volkman's Canal

Mesenchyme of Turtox Embryonic Connective Tissue

B: Basal lamina bottom
M: Mesenchymal Cell

Magnification: 400x

Skin of palm, Monkey

Modified Simple Columnar Epithelium in Small Intestine, 200x

Mammal jejunum

Simple columnar cells are modified by presence of microvilli

C - Modified simple columnar epithelium
GC - Goblet cell
L - Lumen
M - Microvilli

Pseudostratified columnar ciliated epithelium

Pseudostratified columnar ciliated epithelium - Trachea 400X

P- Pseudostratified columnar ciliated epithelium
L- luman
C- Cilia
N- Nuclei

Simple Cuboidal 1000x Thyroid

L = Lumen
N = Nucleus
Each nucleus shows a separate simple cuboidal cell

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