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Chapter 4


Tissue Group of cells that perform specific functions
Connective tissue Supports and binds other body tissues and parts: -Liquid -Fatty -Fibrous -Cartilage -Solid
Liquid Blood
Fatty Protective Padding
Fibrous Tendons and Ligaments
Cartilage Ring in Trachea
Solid Bone
Epithelial Tissue Covers the Internal and external organs of the body - Also lines the vessels, body cavities, glands and body organs
Nervous Tissue Transmits impulses throughout the body -activates, coordinates, and controls many body functions
Muscle Tissue Capable of producing movement of body parts and organs through contraction and relaxation of fibers: -Skeletal Muscle -Smooth Muscle -Cardiac Muscle
Skeletal Muscle Attached to bone- responsible for movement
Smooth Muscle(also known as visceral muscle) Found in the walls of hollow internal organs of the body -Stomach -Intestines
Cardiac Muscle Makes up the walls of the heart
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