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Elementary Tissue Types 1 and 2

The tissue that covers and lines the body, body-cavities and passageways that lead to the exterior and forms protective sheets or outer layers. Epithelial tissue
The absence of _____ lets the epithelial cells form tightly packed sheets Intercellular material
What is the substance found and deposited between cells Matrix
___ is an example of epithelial tissue that covers the body Skin
This is more sensitive than skin and lines the passageway to exterior in epithelial tissues Mucous membrane
Another example of epithelial tissue is sweat glands or... Glandular tissues
This is often referred to as hair cells and are found in respiratory membrane Cilia
This type of tissue is specialized for support, connects and binds together while providing structure and support Connective tissue
Connective tissue is composed predominantly of___ Matrix
There are four types of matrix in connective tissue: Solid, fibrous, gel-like, and liquid
Loose connective tissue or___ is supportive, binds organs, has scattered fibers, not very strong, forms a bed for the skin, and is found between muscles. Areolar tissue
This type of areolar tissue contains a relatively large concentration of fat cells Adipose tissue
This connective tissue is whitish, strong, dense, and highly organized and has four types... Fibrous tissue
This fibrous tissue is non-elastic, connects M to B and M to C and helps to connect force with something thats moving. Tendons
This fibrous tissue is found in the diaphraghm and inside the soft palate. It's more of a sheet like tendon and connects M to M, M to B, and M to C Aponeurosis
This fibrous tissue is elastic and is found around joints. Helps to keep joints together but allows for movement. Connects B to B, B to C, and C to C. Ligaments
This fibrous tissue acts as a sheet or partition that organizes and groups muscle fibers Fascia
This type of tissue is bendable, represents a unique combination of strength and elasticity yet it tears easily. It's strong in either its stretch or the force put on it and must be able to give a little. Cartilage
This strength of cartilage is the quality that keeps the fibers from being easily separated when pulled. Tensile
This strength of cartilage that lets it retain its form by being resistant to crushing, compressing forces Compressive
The cartilage that is blue-ish white, shiny/slippery, lines movable joints, and is found in the rings of the trachea, larynx and bronchial tubes. Hyaline
This cartilage provides the cushion between the vertebrae of the spinal column and has good shock absorbing qualities. Fibro
This cartilage is endowed with elastic fibers, is yellow, flexible and rubbery. Found in the outer ear canal and epiglottis of the larynx. Elastic
This is the most solid form of connective tissue. and is generally classified as being compact for its support or spongy for its storage. Bone
The outward features of bones examples being the mastoid process, spinous process and iliac crest are___ Projections
The inward features of bones examples being Sulcus or fissue, foramen, meatus, and sinus Depressions
The depression that = a groove sulcus
The depression that is a somewhat round or oval opening through bone. Foramen
The depression that is a passageway though bone Meatus
The depression that is a cavity in bone and helps to spare weight in skull. Sinus
Where structures/bones meet or join each other is called? Articulation
An immovable joint like the bones of the skull Synarhroidal
A yielding/bending joint like the discs of vertebral column and the ribs. Amphiarthroidal
A movable joint like the knees, elbows, shoulders, also called synovial Diarthroidal
The ___ skeleton consists of the trunk and head and the center parts Axial
The ___ skeleton comprises the upper and lower extremities and limbs Appendicular
Created by: kf2011