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A&P 1 CH 4-8

Dr. Cutler SU-Histology-Integumentary-Bone Tissue-Axial/Appendicular Skeleton

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tissues group of cells that are similar in structure and preform a common or related function
histology study of tissue structure and function`
types of tissue epithelial connective muscular nervous
epithelial tissue covers surface, lines passageways, forms glands, arranged in sheets, densely packed, many cell junctions, avascular but does have nerve supply, mitosis
connective tissue fills spaces, supports other tissues, transports materials, stores energy
muscle tissue contractions, skeletal muscle, heart muscle, walls of hollow organs
neural tissue carries electrical signals around body
cell junctions holds cells together to form tissues, points of contact between cells
tissue characteristics shape, size, arrangement, connection, ECM (extracellular matrix)
epithelial functions selective barrier, secretory surface, protective surface
connective functions support and protection, binds tissue, insulates internal organs, transports BLOOD, stores energy (fat!), immune responses
young tissue blast-cell division and secretion of matrix
adult tissue cute-monitor and maintain extracellular matrix
three possible layers simple, pseudostratified (false), stratified
cell shapes squamous (spread), cuboidal (cube), col
connective tissue fills spaces, supports other tissues, transports materials, stores energy
muscle tissue contractions, skeletal muscle, heart muscle, walls of hollow organs
neural tissue carries electrical signals around body
cell junctions holds cells together to form tissues, points of contact between cells
tissue characteristics shape, size, arrangement, connection, ECM (extracellular matrix)
epithelial functions selective barrier, secretory surface, protective surface
connective functions support and protection, binds tissue, insulates internal organs, transports BLOOD, stores energy (fat!), immune responses
young tissue blast-cell division and secretion of matrix
adult tissue cute-monitor and maintain extracellular matrix
three possible layers simple, pseudostratified (false), stratified
cell shapes squamous (spread), cuboidal (cube), columnar (column)
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