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Human anatomy one

List functions of body membranes Covers, protects and lines
Distinguish between epithelial and connective tissue membranes Epithelial contains mucous, serous, and cutaneous. connective contains synovial
What is the purpose of the cutaneous membrane Outer most protective boundary
What is the purpose of a mucous membrane Underlying loose connective tissue
What is the purpose of serous membrane Lines open body cavities to the exterior
What is the difference between visceral and parietal layers of serous membranes Visceral layer (covers outside of the organ) and parietal layer (lines wall of ventral body cavities
Regional names of serous membranes Peritoneum( abdominal cavity ) Pleura( around lungs ) Pericardium( around heart )