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BIOL 1215 Lecture Notes - Collagen, Homeostasis, Fetus

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BIOL 1215 Lecture Notes - Exocrine Gland, Sebaceous Gland, Sweat Gland

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Secretions of gland called hormones enter interstitial fluid and diffuse directly into the bloodstream. Hormones regulate metabolic and physiological a
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BIOL 1215 Lecture Notes - Intercalated Disc, Smooth Muscle Tissue, Cardiac Muscle

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BIOL 1215 Lecture Notes - Loose Connective Tissue, Reticular Connective Tissue, Elastic Fiber

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Fibers and the classification of connective tissues: elastic fibers- branch and join together to form a network within tissue, are smaller than collage
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BIOL 1215 Lecture Notes - Loose Connective Tissue, Aponeurosis, Fibroblast

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Contains numerous, thicker, and denser fibers (packed more closely), but with fewer cells than loose connective tissue: dense regular connective tissue
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BIOL 1215 Lecture Notes - Ground Substance, Epithelium

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Most abundant and widely distributed tissues in the body. Connective tissue consists of 2 basic elements: extracellular matrix and cells. Extracellular
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Genetics II and alternation of generations.docx

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BIOL 1215 Lecture Notes - Simple Columnar Epithelium, Simple Squamous Epithelium, Serous Membrane

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Combining 2 characteristics (arrangements of layer and cell shape: simple squamous epithelium, simple cuboidal epithelium, simple columnar epithelium (
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BIOL 1215 Lecture Notes - Histology, Endoderm, Mesoderm

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What is a tissue? tissue is a group of cells that have a common embryonic origin and function together to carry out specialized activities. Tissues may
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words you need to know.docx

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BISC -Organizal Stages.docx

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BIOL 1215 Lecture Notes - Adherens Junction, Tight Junction, Cadherin

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Tight junctions, adheren junctions, desmosomes, hemidesmosomes and gap. Junctions: tight junctions- consist of web-like strands of transmembrane protei
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