Connective Tissue: Epithelium

by Geoffrey Meyer, PhD

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    The lecture Connective Tissue: Epithelium by Geoffrey Meyer, PhD is from the course Types of Tissues. It contains the following chapters:

    • Epithelium
    • How is an epithelium classified?
    • Epithelial cells exhibit polarity
    • How are epithelial cells joined together?
    • Surfaces of epithelial cells
    • The basement membrane

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    Test your knowledge with our quiz for lecture Connective Tissue: Epithelium.

    1. They are anchored to underlying connective tissue by the lamina propria.
    2. They have a surface adjacent to a lumen or free space.
    3. They are held together by junctional complexes.
    4. They all have an apical border.
    5. They all have a lateral border.
    1. Endocardium
    2. Neuroepithelium
    3. Endothelium
    4. Urothelium
    5. Mesothelium
    1. Villi
    2. Stereocilia
    3. Cilia
    4. Microvilli
    5. Striated border
    1. Macula adherens
    2. Occluding junction
    3. Tight junction
    4. Hemidesmosome
    5. Gap junction
    1. All of the choices are correct.
    2. Large numbers of mitochondria arranged in columns
    3. Basal folds of the cell membrane
    4. Increased active transport
    5. Increased numbers of transport channels and proteins

    Author of lecture Connective Tissue: Epithelium

     Geoffrey Meyer, PhD

    Geoffrey Meyer, PhD

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