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A&P Lab #2 Histology

Histology and the Integument

TermDefinition
Four Major types of tissues in the body Muscle, Neural, Epithelial, Connective
Muscle Tissue function movement, contraction
Neural Tissue Function responds to stimuli
Epithelial Tissue Function protection, absorption, filtration, excretion, secretion, and sensory reception
Connective Tissue Function protect, support, and bind together other tissues of the body
Epithelial tissue is.... a sheet of cells that covers the body surfaces or lines a body cavity.
four primary tissue types epithelium, connective, nervous, muscle tissue
epithelium tissue sheet of cells that covers body surface or lines a body cavity.... 1 covering and lining epithelium 2 glandular epithelium
epithelial functions protection, absorption, filtration, excretion, secretion, and sensory reception
Created by: Jessie V