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epithelial general

epithelial tissue general information

very little intercelluar material between tissue epithelial tissue
epithelial tissue have no blood vessels of their own
mostly dead tissue epithelial tissue
depend on capillaries in the underlying connective tissue to supply food, O2 and removal of wastes epithelial tissue
does epithelial tissue have the capacity for regeneration well nurished epithelial tissue
protects against injury, water loss and infection epithelial tissue
helps with movement of materials epithelial tissue
all substances that normally leave the body must pass through this tissue epithelial tissue
epithelial tissue in the glands helps with secreation
epithelial tissue in the small intestin helps with absorption
absorption takes place in the with the help of epithelial tissue kidney tubules
flitration with the aid of epithelial tissue occurs in the capillaries of the blood
thin and delicate simple squamous
simple squamous is adapted for filtration and diffusion
not good for withstanding wear and tear simple squamous
lines airsacs of alveoli of lungs where oxygen and CO2 are exchanged simple squamous epithelial
forms peritoneum which is membrande that lines the adominal cavaity simple squamous
simple squamous are located in blood vessles of endothelium
resemble tiny cubed-shaped cells simple cubodial epithelium
covers the ovaries and testies simple cubodial epithelium
simple cubodial epithelium line kidney tubules
secreation and abosorption takes place here wit the help of simple cubodial epithelium kidney tubules
simple cubodial epithelium can be found in salivary glands, tyroid gland
simple cubodial secretes gandular products
simple columnar epithelium elongated, taller rather then wide
secrets a muscus sticky substance simple columnar epithelium
substance that keeps epithlial surface moist muscus that is secreated by columnar epithelium
lines the uterus, trachea, and respiratory tract simple columnar epithelium
goblet cells line stomach and intestines
a type of simple columnar epithelium are goblet cells
transitional epithelium superfical cells rounded when bladder is empty or flattened when bladder distended
specialized to change in response to increased tension transitional epithelium
transitional epithelium forms a barrier that helps prevent the contents of urinary tract from diffusing back into the internal enviornment
forms inner linning of urinary bladder transitional epithelium
transitional epithelium lines ureters and part of urethra
Created by: GINNY42