Practice Lab Practical on Epithelial Tissue

  1. In the above picture:
    1. Identify the tissue indicated by the letter A.
    2. Identify the structure that is also indicated by the letter A.
    3. Identify the structure indicated by the yellow star
    4. What occurs at the structure indicated by the yellow star?
    5. Identify the tissue indicated by the letter B.
    6. The red star is in the lumen of what structure?
    7. What liquid is found in the lumen indicated by the red star?
    8. What organ is this slide from?
  2. In the above picture:
    1. Identify the tissue indicated by the letter A.
    2. Identify the structure that is also indicated by the letter A.
    3. What organ is this slide from?

  3. In the above picture:
    1. Identify the tissue indicated by the letter A.
    2. What is the function of this tissue?
    3. Identify the structure indicated by the green ring.
    4. What organ is this slide from?

  4. In the above picture:
    1. Identify the tissue indicated by the letter A.
    2. What is the function of this tissue?
    3. What accounts for the fuzziness adjacent to the red star?
    4. What is the function of the structure from the previous question?
    5. What would be found in the lumen indicated by the red star?
    6. What organ is this slide from?

  5. In the above picture:
    1. Identify the tissue type indicated by the letter A.
    2. Do all the cells in this tissue type touch the basement membrane?
    3. What specific structures are indicated by the black arrows?
    4. What is their function?
    5. Identify the cell indicated by the red star.
    6. What is the function of the cell indicated by the red star.
    7. What organ is this slide from?

  6. In the above picture:
    1. Identify the skin layer indicated by the letter A.
    2. Identify the tissue indicated by the letter A.
    3. Identify the skin layer indicated by the letter B.
    4. Is this a model of thin skin or thick skin?
    5. What specific structure is indicated by the green star?
    6. What part of the skin lacks the structures indicated by the green star?
    7. What is the function of the structure indicated by the green star?
    8. Identify the specific structure indicated by the red star.
    9. What is the function of the structure indicated by the red star.
    10. Where are red star structures found?
    11. Identify the specific structure indicated by the purple star.
    12. What is the function of the structure indicated by the purple star?
    13. Where are purple star structures found?

  7. In the above picture:
    1. Identify the epidermal layer indicated by the letter A.
    2. Identify the epidermal layer indicated by the red arrow.
    3. Identify the epidermal layer indicated by the black arrow.
    4. Identify the epidermal layer indicated by the blue arrow.
    5. Identify the epidermal layer indicated by the green arrow.
    6. Identify the epidermal layer that is absent in thin skin.

  8. In the above picture:
    1. Identify the epidermal layer indicated by the black star.
    2. Identify the epidermal layer indicated by the green arrow.
    3. Identify the epidermal layer indicated by the blue arrow.
    4. Identify the epidermal layer indicated by the yellow star.

  9. In the above picture:
    1. Identify the tissue.
    2. What is awesome about the above tissue?
    3. What organ contains the above tissue?

  10. In the above picture:
    1. Identify the tissue indicated with the D.
    2. What organ is indicated with the D?


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