Chapter 4: Histology

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absorption

action potential

adipose

alimentary canal

anus

apical surface

apocrine

areolar

artery

avascularity

basal surface

basement membrane

blast

blood

bone

cardiac muscle

cell process

cellularity

chondrocyte

cilium

clast

collagen

collagenous

columnar

connective tissue

contractile

cuboidal

cyte

dense

dermis

desmosome

 

diarthrosis

digestive tract

duct

elastic

elastic cartilage

elastin

embryonic

endocrine

endothelium

epidermis

epithelium

esophagus

excretory tract

exocrine

extracellular matrix

fascia

fibrocartilage

fluid

gap junction

gland

goblet cell

ground substance

hemidesmosome

histology

holocrine

hyaline cartilage

hyaluronic acid

hypodermis

insulation

intercellular communication

interstitium

intervertebral disk

keratinized

lacuna

ligament

loose

lumen

lymph node

mammary gland

marrow

membrane

merocrine

mesenchyme

mesoderm

microvillus

mineralized

mucus

multicellular

muscle tissue

nervous tissue

neuroglia

neuron

omnidirectional

oral cavity

pericardial

permeability barrier

plasma

polarity

protein fiber

proteoglycan

pseudostratified

regeneration

reproductive tract

respiratory tract

reticular

reticular cell

reticular fibers

salivary gland

sebaceous gland

secrete

secretion

serous

serous fluid

serum

simple

skeletal muscle

small intestine

smooth muscle

squamous

stratified

surface area

sweat

synovial

synovial fluid

tendon

tight junction

transitional epithelium

unicellular

urinary bladder

vagina

vocal cords

zonula adherens

zonula occludens