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SSCT Intro to A&P..

SSCT Intro to Anantomy & Physiology Ch. 3 Tissues

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Simple Squamous Single Layer of flattened cells, alveoli of lungs, Diffusion of respiratory gases between alveolar air and blood;
Simple Squamous Single layer of flattened cells, lining of blood and lymphatic vessels, diffusion, filtration, and osmosis
Stratified Squamous Many layers; outermost layer(s) are flattened cells, Surface of lining of mouth and esophagus, Surface of skin, Protection
Stratified Squamous Structure: Many layers; outermost layer(s) are flattened cells
Stratified Squamous Locations: Surface of lining of mouth and esophagus, Surface of skin (epidermis)
Stratified Squamous Function: Protection
Stratified Transitional Many layers of varying transitional shapes, capable of stretching, Urinary bladder, Protection
Stratified Transitional Structure: Many layers of varying transitional shapes, capable of stretching
Stratified Transitional Locations: Urinary bladder
Stratified Transitional Function: Protection
Simple Columnar Single layer of tall, narrow cells, Surface layer of lining of stomach, intestines, parts of repiratory tract, Protection, secretion, transport (absorbtion)
Simple Columnar Structure: Single layer of tall, narrow cells
Simple Columnar Location: Surface layer of lining of stomach, intestines, parts of respiratory tract
Simple Columnar Function: Protection, secretion, transport (absorbtion)
Pseudostratified Single layer of tall cells that wedge together to appear as if there are two or more layers, surface of lining of trachea, Protection
Pseudostratified Structure: Single layer of tall cells that wedge together to appear as if there are two or more layers
Pseudostratified Location: Surface of lining of trachea
Pseudostratified Functions: Protection
Simple cuboidal Single layer of cells that are as tall as they are wide, Glands, kidney tubules, Secretion, absorption
Simple cuboidal Strucure: Single layer of cells that are as tall as they are wide
Simple cuboidal Locations: Glands, kidney tubules
Simple cuboidal Functions: Secretion, absorption
Simple squamous Epithelial Tissue
Stratified squamous Epithelial Tissue
Simple columnar Epithelial Tissue
Stratified transitional Epithelial Tissue
Pseudostratified Epithelial Tissue
Simple Cuboidal Epithelial Tissue
Areolar Connective Tissue
Adipose (fat) Connective Tissue
Dense fibrous Connective Tissue
Bone Connective Tissue
Cartilage Connective Tissue
Blood Connective Tissue
Hematopoietic Connective Tissue
Areolar Loose arrangement of fibers and cells, Area between other tissues and organs, Connection
Adipose (fat) Cells contain large fat compartments, area under skin padding at various points, Protection, insulation, support, nutrient reserve
Dense Fibrous Dense arrangement of collagen fiber bundles, Tendons, ligaments, fascia, scar tissue, Flexible but strong connection
Bone Hard, calcified matrix arranged in osteons, skeleton, support protection
Cartilage Hard but flexible matrix with imbedded chondrocytes, part of nasal septum, are covering articular surfaces of bones, larynx, rings in trachea and bronchi, Disks between vertebrae, external ear, Firm but flexible, support, Withstand pressure
Blood Liquid matrix with flowing red and white cells, blood vessels, transportation
Hematopoietic Liquid matrix with dense arrangement of blood cell-producing cells, red bone marrow, blood cell formation
Skeletal (striated voluntary) Muscle tissue
Cardiac (striated involuntary) Muscle Tissue
Smooth (nonstriated involuntary or visceral) Muscle Tissue
Muscle Tissue Skeletal, Cardiac, Smooth
Skeletel Tissue Long, threadlike cells with multiple nuclei and striations, muscles that attach to bones, Maintenance of posture, movement of bones.
Skeletal Tissue Long, threadlike cells with multiple nuclei and striations, eyeball muscles, eye movement
Skeletal Tissue Long, threadlike cells with multiple nuclei and striations, Upper third of esophagus, First part of swallowing
Cardiac (striated involuntary) Branching, interconnected cylinders with faint striations, Wall of heart, Contraction of heart
Smooth (nonstriated involuntary or visceral) Threadlike cells with single nuclei and no striations, walls of tubular viscera of digestive, respiratory and genitourinary tracts. Movement of substances along respective tracts
Smooth (nonstriated involuntary or visceral) Threadlike cells with single nuclei and no striations. Walls of blood vessels and large lymphatic vessels. Changing of diameter of vessels
Smooth (nonstriated involuntary or visceral) Threadlike cells with single nuclei and no striations. Ducts of glands. Movement of substances along ducts.
Smooth (nonstriated involuntary or visceral) Threadlike cells with single nuclei and no striations. Intrinsic eye muscles (iris and ciliary body). Changing of diameter of pupils and shape of lens.
Smooth (nonstriated involuntary or visceral) Threadlike cells with single nuclei and no striations. Arrector muscles of hairs. Erection of hairs (goose pimples)
Nervous Tissue Nerve cells with large cell bodies and thin fiber-like extensions; supportive glial cells also present. Brain, spinal cord, nerves. Irritability, conduction
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