Flach Cards Collections


2013-05-03 • 0 Cards

Cell Bio Histology of Connective Tissue

what does ct do, what is most ct derived from, what does ecm do, the cells in CTs are grouped into which categories, what are the 6 fixed cells, what are the seven transient cells and what do they do, which type of macrophage is considered a fixed cell, what are mast cells derived from, what are the three classification of connective tissue, what are the categories of embryonic CT, what are the categories of connective tissue proper, what are fixed cells, what are transient cells, what gives rise to fixed cells, what gives rise to transient CT cells

2012-08-27 • 60 Cards

BIOL 121 Chp 10 Vocab: Muscle Tissue

A band, acetylcholine, actin, aerobic cellular respiration, anaerobic cellular respiration, aponeurosis, autorhythmicity, cardiac muscle fiber, concentric isotonic contraction, contractility, contraction cycle, contraction period, creatine phosphate, crossbridge, eccentric isotonic contraction

2011-04-28 • 76 Cards

A&P Muscle Tissue Types Chapter 4

Cardiac, Skeletal, Smooth, Smooth, Straited Involuntary, Straited Voluntary, Striation

2011-04-28 • 7 Cards

9.3 muscle tissue

acetylcholine, action potential, neuromuscular junction, sliding filament theory, synaptic cleft, t tubules, triad

2011-04-28 • 7 Cards

Microanatomy Tissue Preparation

20-80 nanometers, 5-7 micrometers, acid phosphatase, best carmine, eosin, eosin, eosin, fixation, dehydration, embedding, sectioning, and staining, formalin, alcohol, or freezing, heavy metal salts such as lead citrate and uranyl acetate, hematoxylin, hematoxylin, hematoxylin, Hematoxylin and Eosin (H&E), immersion

2011-04-28 • 27 Cards

Chapter 4 Tissue: The Living Fabric

20, a protein, Absorption and Secretion, Absorption and Secretion, adipocytes, adipose, adipose, adipose, adipose, amoebas, amorphous, antibodies, Apical Surface, Apical Surface, Areolar

2011-04-28 • 214 Cards

A&P Connective Tissue Chapter 4

Adipose, Blood, Dense Fibros CT, Elastic Cartilage, Elastic Connective Tissue, Fibrocartilage, Hyaline Cartilage, Loose (Areolar), Osseous Tissue

2011-04-28 • 9 Cards

Ch 4: Connective Tissue

Areolar, adipose, reticular (three loose), regular, irregular, elastic (three dense), Attachment (\bind), defense, motion, protection, storage (fat), support, transport, Collagen, Elastic, Reticular, Connective Tissue, CT Proper, CT Proper, Supportive CT, Fluid CT, Dense CT, Dense CT, Dense Irregular, Dense CT, Dense Regular, Dense CT, Elastic, Extracellular Matrix, Few cells (in extracellular matrix), Fluid (ground substance), Fibers, Mesenchyme origin, Fluid CT, Ground Substance, Loose CT

2011-04-28 • 20 Cards

Bio: Tissues in Human Body

Blood, Bone, Cardiac Muscle, Columnar Epithelia, Connective, Epithelial, Fat (adipose tissue), Muscle, Nervous, Skeletal Muscle, Skin Epithelia, Smooth Muscle

2011-04-28 • 12 Cards

Chapter 3: The tissue level of organization

Apocrine secretion, appositional growth, axon or nerve fiber, Blood and lymph, Bone (osseous tissue), Cardiac muscle tissue, cartilage, cell body or soma, chondroblasts, ciliated epithelium, collagen, reticular, and elastic fibers, columnar epithelium, connective tissue, connective tissue proper, cuboidal epithelium

2011-04-28 • 73 Cards

B1U1 Connective Tissue Terms

-blast, -cyte, Adipose Cell, Aggrecan, Anaphylaxis, Argyrophilic, Basal Lamina, Brown Fat, Chondroitin sulfate, Collagen fiber, Collagenase, Cross linkages, Dermatan sulfate, Desmosine & Isodesmosine, Edema

2011-04-28 • 67 Cards

tissue id best

adipose tissue, areolar connective tissue, areolar connective tissue, blood, cardiac muscle, cardiac muscle, compact bone, dense irregular connective tissue, dense regular connective tissue, dense regular connective tissue, elastic cartilage, elastic connective tissue, fibrocartilage, hyaline cartilage, neuron

2011-04-28 • 30 Cards

Chapter 12: Nervous Tissue Quiz 1(answers)

12, astrocytes, axons, bipolar neurons, cell body, central nervous system, dendrites, ependymal cells, fast axonal flow, ganglia, integrative function, lipofuscin, microglial cells, microtubules, motor function

2011-04-28 • 30 Cards

Tissue in the Human Body

Is the most abundant tissue in the body. used as connectors and for support, transport & storage. Contains a network of non-living material called a matrix. Examples include bones, blood and cartilage., Covers body surfaces; lines organs, vessles, body cavites. May contain glands for secretions or cells with cilia. Examples include skin, adrenal gland, heart, arteries, Able to generate electrical signals that create force and movement. Examples include skeletal muscle, cardiac musle, smooth muscle, Specialized to generate and transmit electrical signals to transfer information. Examples include brain tissue, spinal cord, nerves

2011-04-28 • 4 Cards