Histology Exam 1

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Assembly of 9+2 microtubules
Most common dye
Collagen type in reticular tissue
Collagen type in most cartilage
First step of collagen synthesis
Cells are taller than they are wide
Disappears when muscle is contracted
Invaginations of sarcolemma
Non-differentiated/fused myoblast cells
Fifth step of collagen synthesis
Example of tumor suppressor gene
Comprises interface between two cardiac muscle cells
Organelle which stains dark due to rRNA
Glands which retain connection with epithelial surface
Entry/progression into each phase of mitosis is controlled by
Cell division which produces 2 diploid cells
Stain with acidic dyes
Synthesizes collagen, elastin, etc.
Unicellular gland
Stain black with silver stain
Component of microfilament
Connective tissue which surrounds entire muscle
Transects the I band
# corresponds to the energy needs of the cell
Light bands of muscle
Adheres epithelial cell to basement membrane
Outermost component of the cell
Oxidizes hydrogen peroxide
Cell is metabolically functional but cannot divide
Cells which are completely undifferentiated, divide asymmetrically and infrequently
Exocytosis of proteins/glycoproteins
Gives rough ER it's name
Organelle prominent in cells specialized in phospholipid synthesis
Cells responsible for main function of organ
Adheres one epithelial cell to another
One of the best fixatives for routine light microscopy
Cells are flat and very thin, single layer
Connective tissue which surrounds fascicle
Secretion of whole cell
Type of tissue that surrounds small blood vessels
Glands which secrete into bloodsteam/cells
Responsible for movement of flagella and cilia
Sequesters calcium ions
Largest GAG/non-sulfated GAG
Connective tissue which surrounds individual fibers
Fourth step of collagen synthesis
Permits flow of signals between cells
Carry organelles towards + end of microtubules
Component of microfilament
Cells vary in height, but tend to be as long as they are tall
Muscle type that contains few mitochondria/myoglobin
Sixth step of collagen synthesis
Collagen type in CT proper
Cell capable of dividing but is not currently going through cell cycle
Collagen type in basal lamina
Propels material over epithelium
Binds with elastin to form elastic fibers
Carry vesicles towards MTOC
Bundle of muscle fibers
Tool used for sectioning paraffin-embedded tissues for light microscopy
Fat cells where mitochondria produce ATP
Membrane formed by basal lamina and reticular lamina
Lightly stained areas in the nucleus
Reason why nucleolus is dark staining
Prevents flow of materials between epithelial cells
Cells appear to be in layers, but all cells are in contact with basement membrane
Contracts muscle fiber, extends from Z line to Z line
Flattened/elongated top nuclei, multiple layers, dark top layer
Cell division which produces 2 haploid cells
Supporting tissue of organs
Muscle type that contains abundant mitochondria/myoglobin
Dark bands of muscle
Facilitates movement of molecules in and out of cell
Provides adhesion for epithelial cells
Accumulation of residual bodies with age
Increase absorption, 'brush' border
Organelle which is responsible for producing ATP
Muscle fibers which transmit sensory information
Proteins which span the bilayer
Third step of collagen synthesis
Organelle prominent in cells specialized in protein secretion
Electron dense, coarse granules in the nucleus
Flattened/elongated top nuclei, multiple layers, normal top layer
Stain with basic dyes
Tissue where collagen fibers are arranged without definite orientation
Tissue where collagen bundles are in definite pattern
Vesicle buds off and is secreted
Site of intracellular digestion
Fat cells where mitochondria produce heat
Produces connective tissues
Second step of collagen synthesis

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