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Anatomy Tissues

TermDefinition
Dense Fibrous tissus tendon/ligaments provide firm attachment
blood fluid throughout body carries oxygen and food
cardiac muscle wall of heart pump blood
stratified squamous surface of skin protect organs from abrasion
skeletal muscle attached to movable bones move bones
nerve brain communication
simple columnar lining of small intestine secrete and absurd single column
bone skeleton rigid support/make blood cells
simple cuboid glands and ducts some protection, absorption secretion single cube
simple squamos bood vessals and alveoli reduce friction/increase permeability
psedostratified lining of respiratory tract clear airway with cilia
transitional urinary bladder permit expansion of bladder
elastic connective tissue attachment between vertebrae provide elastic quality
adipose underskin/buttocks insulation/protection
elastic cartilage found in ear tolerates distortion
smooth muscle walls of hollow organs make food through organs
reticular tissus wall of liver/spleen phagocytic
loose fibrous connective beneath/between muscles holds skin to underlying organs
fibrocartilage between vertebrae resists compression
hyaline cartilage between most joints reduce friction/stiff support
Created by: emily00000