Feeding therapeutic kidney diets to other family cats Composition of Therapeutic Kidney Diets Everybody seems to know that these foods have reduced protein levels, and some people are aware that they also have reduced phosphorus levels. Thus, simply replacing a renal diet with a standard manufactured diet that is lower in protein content does not meet the guideline of feeding a renal diet.
Toothpick Background All living plants and animals are made up of some combination of cells! There are various kinds of, such as connective, epithelial, muscle, and nervous cells, which grow together as tissue! Nervous tissue, connective tissue, and muscle tissue are, unfortunately, hard to examine up close without an invasive procedure.
Fortunately, epithelial cells are available in abundance from your very own mouth for external examination! The epithelial cells we'll be examining in this experiment are from the inside of your cheek and are specifically classified as "Stratified Squamous Nonkeratinized Epithelium.
This describes how the cells join together. Stratified cells stack together in multiple layers. This is different from other forms of Epithelium which sit one cell thick, called simple epithelium. Is a descriptive word for the individual cells. Squamous cells are flat, scale-like, and fit together like building blocks to create protective layers of tissue.
The other kinds of epithelial cells are Columnar which function with secretion, found in tracts in your bodywhich build up in such a way that their heights are greater than their widths, and Cuboidal epithelia function as protective tissue found in glandswhich are shaped like boxes.
Put simply, these cells make up soft tissue that live in moist parts of our bodies, such as the mouth, esophagus, stomach, intestines, etc. Keratinized cells are our external skin cells and also make up our hair and finger nails.
The basic type of animal tissue that we're focusing on learning about right now! Many of our other experiments focus on neurons, which are the cells that make up our nervous system. Epithelium shares some similarities, but also differences with neurons!
Let's check it out below: Neurons and Epithelial cells do share some things in common. They both have a cell membrane, cytoplasm, and nuclei - which contain the cell's DNA and machinery to make proteins and energy.
They also have many apparent differences. What do you think the differences in the two cells say about their different functions?
Neurons are very active cells, they are constantly sending information throughout your body. Epithelial cells, however, seem much simpler, but they are just as important as neurons! You can think of neurons as your body's "wiring" and of epithelial cells as the "scaffolding" which holds everything together!
Not only that, but these are cells that, partially thanks to their simplicity, can divide and grow rapidly; neurons, however, have extremely limited regenerative capabilities this is a subject that is being researched by many scientists currently, stay tuned for updates!
That's why if you accidentally bite off a chunk of epithelial cells from the inside of your cheek while chewing bubblegum it will heal, but if you damage your spinal cord or any of your other nerves, you could suffer permanent damage. Fortunately, in this experiment we are not going to be damaging or removing neurons from our bodies!
First, we are going to get a good look at living epithelial cells! Human Cheek Prepare your glass slide and slide cover by cleaning them with glass cleaning solution and a special glass cleaning cloth. If you have a camera or wear glasses, you can use the glass cleaning cloth that came with those.
Otherwise, you can order special, disposable cleaning paper online - here is an inexpensive option! Place a drop of water on the slide. Take your toothpick and rub it against the inside of your cheek. Then take the toothpick and roll it through the drop of water.Shellybellybean - 27 Apr am.
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