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2.1 Tissues

From the begining to tissues

Anatomy study of the structure of the body
Physiology study of the function of the body
Blast(o) stage of cell development
Blastocyte cell in development
Clast undergoing a division into parts, something that breaks
Cyto(o), Cyte meaning cell
Extracelluar outside the cell
Intracellular inside the cell
plasm(o) substance of a cell
Histo tissue
4 types of tissue Epithelial, connective, muscle, nervous
Endothlium flat layer of cells that line the blood and lymphatic vessels and the heart.
Mesothelium lines the surface of the pleura, pericardium, and peritoneum.
Simple epithelial tissue contains one layer of cells
Stratified epithelial tissue contains three or more layers
pseudostratified epithelial tissue contains one layer of cells but appears to have more
*colum*nar epithelial tissue has tall, cylindrical, prism-shaped surface cells.
*squa*mous epithelial tissue has a flat surface
*cub*oidal epithelial tissue has a cube-shaped surface cells
loose connective tissue has large spaces separating the fibers and cells
dense connective tissue provides structural support and has a greater fiber concentration
adipose (loose) connective tissue fat droplet occupies most of the cell. acts as a cushion for organs and a reserve supply of energy.
striated muscle tissue striated appearance. capable of voluntary contraction.
cardiac muscle tissue striated, but contracts involuntarily.
smooth muscle tissue long, spindle shaped. involuntarily controled. lines organs and blood vessels.
3 parts of neurons dendrites, the cell body, and axons
What do dendrites do? receive impulse and conduct them to the cell body.
what do axons do? carry impulses awat from the cell body.
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