What are these layers called?
Identify the structures indicated
Identify the type of epithelium and what tissue you are looking at
Identify the structures indicated
Identify the structures indicated.
Identify the structure indicated (the connective tissue layer).
What type of muscle is this? Identify the structure indicated.
What type of muscle is this? Identify the structure indicated.
Identify the connective tissue structure.
Identify this type of muscle.
Identify these structures.
Identify this structure.
Identify this space.
Identify this cortical tubule.
Identify this area of the kidney.
Where is this histological section found? What is the location of the pointed structure?
Characterize this tissue and name its location.
Identify the two layers of the Dermis and characterize their Connective Tissue.
Identify the structures pointed by arrows.
Identify the cartilage found and its location.
Name the primary cells of epithelim and name the layers of Muscularis Mucosae.
Identify location of the histological section and name its characterizing feature.
Name the glands found in this section.
Which region of the stomach is this and how can you tell?
What are the two cell types found here?
What is this structure?
What is this cell?
What is this layer?
What is this structure?
What is this layer?
DESCRIBE THIS STRUCTURE
IDENTIFY THIS LAYER
IDENTIFY THIS STRUCURE
IDENTIFY AND DESCRIBE THE CONTENTS OF THE CELLS IN LAYER “X”
IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURES THAT LINK THE CELLS IN THIS LAYER
 
A
 
Z
*
IDENTIFY THIS CELL
IDENTIFY THIS STRUCTURE
IDENTIFY CELL “X”
IDENTIFY THESE STRUCTURES
IDENTIFY THIS STRUCTURE
What is the layer identified by the arrow?
What cellular structure is this pointing at?
What is this structure?
What cell type is this?
What is the arrow pointing at?
*
 
*
 
 
What type of secretion occurs in the sebaceous gland?
Name this structure.
Identify the structure of the arrow and the layer of B.
Identify this structure
What type of cell is indicated?
Identify this structure.
Identify this structure.
Name this structure
Identify this structure
Identify this structure
Identify this structure.
What type of granules make up this layer?
What is the name of this cell?
What cell is this?
What cell is the blue arrow pointing to?
 
 
 
 
 
Identify the layer marked by the asterisk
Identify the cell marked by the arrow with the asterisk
Identify the layer marked by the asterisk *
A The lacuna at A gains a white appearance as it fills with what substance?
* What hormone is the cell (marked by the asterisk) regulated by?
What type of secretion does this gland undergo?
 Identify this structure.
I Classify this gland. 
* Identify this (*) structure.
* Identify this structure.
Identify the type of secretion
Identify this layer of IRS
Identify the type of epithelium
Identify the type of secretion
Identify granules contained in cells
1)… 2)…
1) …
NAME THIS STRUCTURE:
Zone of…
1) … 2) … Name the two layers and the structure that they make up.
Name the areas below: 1)… 2)…
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  • Zone of resting cartilage (hyaline cartilage) Zone of proliferation
  • Submucosa-plicae circularis Tunica muscularis – inner circular Simple columnar epithelium with goblet cell
  • Regular Bronchile Simple ciliated columnar epithelium
  • Hepatic arteriole Portal venule Bile duct
  • Serous demilune Striated duct (interlobular duct)
  • endomysium
  • Cardiac muscle, glycogen halo
  • Cardiac muscle, intercalated disk
  • Perimysium
  • Skeletal muscle (longitudinal section)
  • 1. Medullary rays
  • 2. PCT
  • 3. Bowman’s space/urinary space
  • 4. DCT
  • 5. Area Cribosa
  • Hyaline Cartilage found in Trachea. Location of the chondrocytes is in matrix lacunae.
  • Dense Regular CT found in the tendon
  • Papillary Layer and Reticular Layer of Dermis. Papillary Layer has loose irregular CT. Reticular Layer has dense irregular CT.
  • The secretory portion of the sweat gland and adipocytes.
  • Elastic cartilage in larynx.
  • Large Intestine. Its epithelium is primarily composed of goblet cells secreting mucous. There are two layers in the muscularis mucosae. The inner circular and outer longitudinal.
  • Brunner’s glands found in duodenum
  • Pyloric region of the stomach. Notice the 1:3 (4) Pit to gland ratio.
  • Zymogenic cells and parietal cells found in pits and glands of stomach
  • Isogenic group
  • Chondroblast
  • Perichondrium
  • Secretory portion of the sweat gland
  • Papillary layer of dermis
  • 1) Stratified squamous keratinized epithelium
  • 2) dermis
  • 3) basement membrane
  • 4) stratum granulosum: keratohyalin granules
  • 5) desmosomes
  • 1) Periosteum
  • 2) Cementing Line
  • 3) Condrocyte
  • 4) Isogenic group
  • 5) Calcitonin
  • Goblet cell
  • Respiratory bronchiole
  • Alveolar macrophage
  • Cilia
  • Regular bronchiole
  • Tunica muscularis
  • Goblet cell
  • Crypt of ileum
  • Parietal cell
  • Brush border
  • 1) Zymogen granules
  • 2) Striated duct
  • 3) Sinusoid
  • 4) Islet of Langerhans, Serrous acini
  • 5) Arteriole (Not cholangiole!)
  • 1. Holocrine
  • 2. Excretory duct of sweat gland
  • 4. Tricohyaline granules and Glassy membrane
  • 5. Dermal Papilla
  • 6. Myoepithelial Cell
  • 1. Dentin
  • 2. Gingiva
  • 3. Taste Bud
  • 4. Pulp
  • 5. Stellate Reticulum
  • 6. Von Ebners Gland
  • Keratohyaline granules
  • Pneumocyte Type II
  • Clara cells
  • Fibrocyte
  • What is this? Capillary
  • Layers of elastic membrane
  • Arteriole
  • Lumen of elastic artery
  • Lumen of large vein
  • Lab 4---Compact Bone (low mag) Inner Circumferential Layer
  • Osteocyte
  • Zone of Proliferation
  • Glycogen
  • Calcitonin
  • Lab 10---Salivary Gland Merocrine
  • Image 5—Submandibular gland Striated Duct
  • Image 8---Sublingular Mucous Acini with Serous Demilunes
  • Image 16---kidney---label one of the arrows Intercalated duct
  • In the Portal Space Hepatic Arteriole
  • Holocrine secretion (sebaceous gland)
  • Henle’s Layer (squamous and keratinized)
  • Stratified cuboidal epithelium (duct of sweat gland)
  • Merocrine secretion (pointing at secretory portion of a sweat gland)
  • Tricohyline granules-acidophilic in Huxley’s layer
  • Dentin Enamel Stellate Reticulum
  • 1) Sinusoids
  • Arteriole
  • Cell death
  • Fibrous layer Osteogenic layer Periosteum
  • Epiphyseal Plate Epiphysis
  • 90 Question Exam

    1. 1. What are these layers called?
    2. 2. Identify the structures indicated
    3. 3. Identify the type of epithelium and what tissue you are looking at
    4. 4. Identify the structures indicated
    5. 5. Identify the structures indicated.
    6. 6. Identify the structure indicated (the connective tissue layer).
    7. 7. What type of muscle is this? Identify the structure indicated.
    8. 8. What type of muscle is this? Identify the structure indicated.
    9. 9. Identify the connective tissue structure.
    10. 10. Identify this type of muscle.
    11. 11. Identify these structures.
    12. 12. Identify this structure.
    13. 13. Identify this space.
    14. 14. Identify this cortical tubule.
    15. 15. Identify this area of the kidney.
    16. 16. Where is this histological section found? What is the location of the pointed structure?
    17. 17. Characterize this tissue and name its location.
    18. 18. Identify the two layers of the Dermis and characterize their Connective Tissue.
    19. 19. Identify the structures pointed by arrows.
    20. 20. Identify the cartilage found and its location.
    21. 21. Name the primary cells of epithelim and name the layers of Muscularis Mucosae.
    22. 22. Identify location of the histological section and name its characterizing feature.
    23. 23. Name the glands found in this section.
    24. 24. Which region of the stomach is this and how can you tell?
    25. 25. What are the two cell types found here?
    26. 26. What is this structure?
    27. 27. What is this cell?
    28. 28. What is this layer?
    29. 29. What is this structure?
    30. 30. What is this layer?
    31. 31. DESCRIBE THIS STRUCTURE
    32. 32. IDENTIFY THIS LAYER
    33. 33. IDENTIFY THIS STRUCURE
    34. 34. IDENTIFY AND DESCRIBE THE CONTENTS OF THE CELLS IN LAYER “X”
    35. 35. IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURES THAT LINK THE CELLS IN THIS LAYER
    36. 37. A
    37. 39. Z
    38. 40. *
    39. 41. IDENTIFY THIS CELL
    40. 42. IDENTIFY THIS STRUCTURE
    41. 43. IDENTIFY CELL “X”
    42. 44. IDENTIFY THESE STRUCTURES
    43. 45. IDENTIFY THIS STRUCTURE
    44. 46. What is the layer identified by the arrow?
    45. 47. What cellular structure is this pointing at?
    46. 48. What is this structure?
    47. 49. What cell type is this?
    48. 50. What is the arrow pointing at?
    49. 51. *
    50. 53. *
    51. 56. What type of secretion occurs in the sebaceous gland?
    52. 57. Name this structure.
    53. 58. Identify the structure of the arrow and the layer of B.
    54. 59. Identify this structure
    55. 60. What type of cell is indicated?
    56. 61. Identify this structure.
    57. 62. Identify this structure.
    58. 63. Name this structure
    59. 64. Identify this structure
    60. 65. Identify this structure
    61. 66. Identify this structure.
    62. 67. What type of granules make up this layer?
    63. 68. What is the name of this cell?
    64. 69. What cell is this?
    65. 70. What cell is the blue arrow pointing to?
    66. 76. Identify the layer marked by the asterisk
    67. 77. Identify the cell marked by the arrow with the asterisk
    68. 78. Identify the layer marked by the asterisk *
    69. 79. A The lacuna at A gains a white appearance as it fills with what substance?
    70. 80. * What hormone is the cell (marked by the asterisk) regulated by?
    71. 81. What type of secretion does this gland undergo?
    72. 82.  Identify this structure.
    73. 83. I Classify this gland. 
    74. 84. * Identify this (*) structure.
    75. 85. * Identify this structure.
    76. 86. Identify the type of secretion
    77. 87. Identify this layer of IRS
    78. 88. Identify the type of epithelium
    79. 89. Identify the type of secretion
    80. 90. Identify granules contained in cells
    81. 91. 1)… 2)…
    82. 92. 1) …
    83. 93. NAME THIS STRUCTURE:
    84. 94. Zone of…
    85. 95. 1) … 2) … Name the two layers and the structure that they make up.
    86. 96. Name the areas below: 1)… 2)…
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