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Med term ch 3 cells

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Adipose tissue Cells that store fat
Areolar tissue (ah-REE-oh-lar) A collagen and elastin fibers In gel like intercellular matrix. The Aeromarine tissue is soft and it surrounds, protect and cushions many organs.
Chondrocytes Cartilage cells
Columnar epithelium Cells are tall and narrow and look like columns
Connective tissue Found in blood, under the skin, in bone and around many organs.
Cubical epithelium Cells that are Cubelike and look like dice
Endocrine glands Secrete hormones
Epithelial tissue (ep-i-THEE-lee-al) Forms long continuous sheets. Helps for skin and covers the body.
Exocrine glands Ducts or tiny tubes that secrete/release mucus, sweat, saliva and digestive enzymes
Ligaments Connect bones to each other
Mucous membranes Lines all the body cavities that open to the exterior body. Also helps keep tract moist for easy passages.
Muscle tissue Composed of small cells (fibers) they cause movement of a body part
Nervous tissue Make up the brain, spinal cord and nerves. Nervous tissue consist of 2 types of cells neurons and neuroglia
Osseous tissue Bone tissue
Parietal layer Part of the membrane that lines the walls of the cavity (like wall paper)
Serous membrane Secrete a thin, watery, serous fluid allows membranes to slide past one another without any friction
Squamous epithelium (SKWAY-MUSS) Cells are things and flat like fish scales
Tendons Are cordlike structures that attach muscles to bones
Visceral layer Part of the membrane that covers the outside of an organ
Chondrocytes Cartilage cells
Columnar epithelium Cells are tall and narrow and look like columns
Connective tissue Found in blood, under the skin, in bone and around many organs.
Cubical epithelium Cells that are Cubelike and look like dice
Endocrine glands Secrete hormones
Epithelial tissue (ep-i-THEE-lee-al) Forms long continuous sheets. Helps for skin and covers the body.
Exocrine glands Ducts or tiny tubes that secrete/release mucus, sweat, saliva and digestive enzymes
Ligaments Connect bones to each other
Mucous membranes Lines all the body cavities that open to the exterior body. Also helps keep tract moist for easy passages.
Muscle tissue Composed of small cells (fibers) they cause movement of a body part
Nervous tissue Make up the brain, spinal cord and nerves. Nervous tissue consist of 2 types of cells neurons and neuroglia
Osseous tissue Bone tissue
Parietal layer Part of the membrane that lines the walls of the cavity (like wall paper)
Serous membrane Secrete a thin, watery, serous fluid allows membranes to slide past one another without any friction
Squamous epithelium (SKWAY-MUSS) Cells that are thin and flat like fish scales
Tendons Are cordlike structures that attach muscles to bones
Visceral layer Part of the membrane that covers the outside of an organ
elastin fibers. is soft and it surrounds, protect and cushions many organs.
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