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Don't even gimmie Biology.....ack :doh:

I've been studying ALL friggin day for a lab practical....

I basically gotta know everybone in the body and what it looks like stand-alone.....

to complicate things more, I need to be able to identify every major tissue in the body when placed under a microscope and WHERE it come from.... :mad:

This is awful....

While it is'nt HARD.....it is a TON on NEW vocab....

Here's an example....

Label what it is, name 3 parts it consists of and where it was taken from....

*edit: without right-clicking :laugh: :laugh:

pseudostratified%20tissue.jpg

Looks like the lining of the respiratory tract. Its been 2 or 3 years since I had anatomy haha... pseudostratified epithelium maybe?? :silly:

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Here's an example....

Label what it is, name 3 parts it consists of and where it was taken from....

*edit: without right-clicking :laugh: :laugh:

pseudostratified%20tissue.jpg

That looks like the lining of the small intestine? The hair-like strands are micro-something (cilli) for absorbtion of food. And it is columnar somethin-r-other.

It has been a while since I took me some biology....:doh:

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Wow, those are hilarious. That last one might be the biggest ownage in the history of pass-out pranks.

Speaking of ownage, this one is pretty good. Not sure if its a repost or not. This guy gets it good.

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Speaking of ownage, this one is pretty good. Not sure if its a repost or not. This guy gets it good.

:rotflmao:

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