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1

What are the characteristics to look for in a slide of trachea tissue?

  • look for ciliated layer. Its the only slide that will have it

2

What are the characteristics to look for in a slide of lung tissue?

  • Look for big empty pockets, these are alveoli, indicating lung tissue

3

What are the characteristics to look for in a slide of colon tissue?

  • Look for a lot of goblet cells

4

What are the characteristics to look for in a slide of esophagus tissue?

  • This more an absence of cilia, goblets, or alveolar pockets. 
  • This will be difficult to discern from stomach tissue. 
  • The difference is in epithelial layer
  • Look for stratified squamous (esophagus) vs columnar epithelium (Stomach)

5

What are the characteristics to look for in a slide of stomach tissue?

  • This more an absence of cilia, goblets, or alveolar pockets. 
  • This will be difficult to discern from esophageal tissue. 
  • The difference is in epithelial layer
  • Look for columnar epithelium (Stomach) vs stratified squamous (esophagus)

6

What is this a slide of?

  • Lung tissue
  • Note large air pockets throughout

7

What is this a slide of?

  • Colon
  • Notice the amount of goblet cells

8

What is this a slide of?

  • Trachea
  • Notice the ciliated layer on top

9

What is this a slide of?

  • Stomach
  • Notice no ciliated layer, goblet cells or alveolar pockets

10

What is this a slide of?

  • Esophagus
  • The key here is obvous the stratified squamous layer
  • No goblet, cilia, alveolar pocets

11

What is the epithelia of the trachea composed of?

Pseudostratified ciliated columnar cells

12

What is the epithelia of the lung composed of?

Simple squamous cells

13

What is the epithelia of the colon composed of?

Columnar with plentiful goblet cells

14

What is the epithelia of the stomach composed of?

columnar with no goblet cells

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What is the epithelia of the esophagus composed of?

stratified squamous