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Human Body

Tissues and Homeostasis

Epithelial Tissue Tissue that lines the interior and exterior body surface . (Located: lining of digestive system, certain glands)
Connective Tissue Tissues that provides support for the body and connects its parts. (Located: under skin, surrounding organs, blood, bones)
Nervous Tissue Receives and transmits nerve impulses. (Located: brain, spinal cord, and nerves)
Muscle Tissue Tissue that aids in voluntary and involuntary movements. (Located: skeletal muscles, muscles surrounding digestive tract and blood vessels, the heart)
Homeostasis Relatively constant internal physical and chemical conditions that organisms maintain despite changes in internal and external environments.
Feedback Inhibition (negative feedback). A stimulus produces a response that opposes the original stimulus.
Created by: msritchie