Study Guide for dental students and dentists

This is a comprehensive study guide for dental students and dentists. On this site you will Histology of the Human Eye for UCLA Dental Students. In addition there is a comprehensive study guide for the Systemic Pathology.

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Saturday, September 24, 2005

Study Guide for Dental Students- Cell Growth and Regeneration

Embryoblast, trophoblast, cleavage, hypertrophy, atrophy, hyperplasia etc.

  • 1. What is an embryoblast?

  • 2. What is a trophoblast?

  • 3. What is a zygote?

  • 4. Define cleavage.

  • 5. What are the 3 germs cell layers, and what types of tissues does each of the layers become?

  • 6. What structures have a phospholipid bilayer?

  • 7. What is the composition of the ribosome?

  • 8. What is the cytoskeleton and where is it located?

  • 9. What are some types of fibers found outside of the cell?

  • 10. What are two common stains used to dye RNA, protein, and elastic fibers?

  • 11. List the four types of tissues and where each type is found.

  • 12. List the three categories of cells based on their division. Describe each.

  • 13. Define hypertrophy.

  • 14. Define atrophy.

  • 15. Define hyperplasia.

  • 16. Define dysplasia.

  • 17. Define metaplasia.

  • 18. Define hydropic swelling.

  • 19. Compare and contrast the features of reversible vs. irreversible cell injury.

  • 20. Define pyknosis, karyorrhexis, and karyolysis.

  • 21. What is apoptosis? List the events that occur from apoptosis.

  • 22. Define the three types of necrosis: coagulative, liquefactive, and caseous.

  • 23. Give one example for each type of necrosis.


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