William The Coroner’s Forensic Files

Tuesday, 6, September, 2011

Histology #3

Filed under: Teaching — williamthecoroner @ 14:19

Epithelia. Oh, my goodness, so much has changed since I took this class. So many more genes, more complex cell adhesion molecules (GAH). We covered the nomenclature, simple, pseudostratified, stratified, and the cell types (columnar, squamous, cuboidal) and the functions of epithelia. The students got their microscopes (W00T!) and hopefully will start being able to look at things and make their lab drawings.

Also, I think I recruited one guy for the Air Force or the Navy Health Services plan. Hope it works out.

And then parking services gave me a ticket for parking where I’d been told to park. Growf. Always bloody somethings.


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