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Tissues Act 1

Tissues Activity Pt1

Tissues that are striated, have one nucleus, and have a branching structure are Cardiac
Tissues that have one nucleus, are packed together, and have no striations are Smooth
Tissues that have long straight cells with obvious striations and multiple nuclei are Skeletal
The basic building blocks of the human body are called Cells
Histology is defined as The study of the body’s tissues
Anton van Leehwenhoek is known as The Father of Microbiology
Three steps to being able to see a sample through a microscope are Fix it, Slice it, Stain it
Muscle Tissues come in three types which are Skeletal, Cardiac, and Smooth
Cell anatomy includes Cell Body, Dendrites, and Axion
What are known as the “Building Blocks” of the nervous system? Neurons
Created by: Lhaynes