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Medical Terminology

Tissue cells

Simple squamous line blood vessels (smooth)
Cuboid Produce secretions e.g. mucus
Columnar Lines glands and digestive systems
Ciliated Lines air passages and fallopian tubes
Stratified squamous Horny stratified layer-no nucleus Germative layer of skin
Transitional Found in bladder capable of withstanding urine
CONNECTIVE TISSUE; White fibrous (e.g. ligements) Collagen fibres
Yellow elastic (e.g. elastic cartilage) White fibrous and yellow elastic
Areolar (e.g. subcutaneous tissue) Blood vessels Nerve fibres = packing tissue, combination of white fibres yellow elastic and cells
Adipose (e.g. around the kidneys) Similar to areolar, but containing many fat cells
Created by: Owly