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Types of Tissues

Muscle Tissues contracts & moves a body part
Cardiac Muscles striated, involuntary contracts the heart
Skeletal Muscles striated,voluntary attached to the skeleton
Smooth Muscles non-striated, involuntary provides movement in various body systems
Tissues cells grouped by size, shape, and function.
Nervous Tissues reacts to stimulation and conducts on impulse
Connective Tissues supports & connects organs and tissues
Ligaments strong, flexible bands of connective tissue that holds bones firmly together at the joints
Tendons White bands of connective tissue attaching skeletal muscle to bone
Cartilage firm, flexible, and support of the embryonic skeleton and part of the adult skeleton
Adipose type of connective tissue that stores fat cells
Epithelial Tissues protects the body by covering internal and external surfaces. produces secretions
Membrane 2 thin layers of tissues that join together cells and may secrete a fluid
Skin covers outside of the body and lines the inside of the body
3 types of Epithelial Tissue Squamous Cubodial Columnar
What is important in Epithelial Tissues? Fluid
Created by: Danielle Monds Danielle Monds

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