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Body Tissues

Dilute saltwater solution cells are bathed in. Interstatial Fluid
Epithelium Covering
Muscle Movement
Nervous Control
Connective Suppport
Fibroblast Connects body parts
Epithelial cell Cell that lines and covers body organs
Skeletal Muscle Cells that help move body parts
Macrophage Cells that fight disease.
Nerve Cell Gather information and control body functions
Oocyte Cells of reproduction.
Connective Tissues Tissues that are never exposed to the environment outside of the body.
Connective Tissues Most abundant and wildely distributed of the tissue types.
Connective Tissues Protecting, Supporting and Binding
Examples of connective tissues Bone, Cartilage and Blood.
Epithlial Tissue The lining, covering and glandular part of the body
All substances given off or received buy the body have to pass through the... Epithelium
Epithelium functions Protection, absorbtion, filtration, and secretion
Connective Tissue blood supply Very good, vascularized.
Epithelium Tissue blood supply No blood supply - depends on diffusion from capillaries.
Three types of Muscle Tissue Skeletal, Smooth and Cardiac.
Smooth Muscle In walls of hollow organs such as stomach, bladder, uterus, and blood vessels.
Smooth Muscle Single nucleus in each cell.
Epithelium Cells Classification Arrangement and Shape
Epithelium cells arrangement Simple or Stratified
Epithelium cells shapes squamos, cubodial or columnar
Squamos cells Found in condensed places, mouth, esphagus, outer skin.
Cubidal Found in large glands
Secretion Contains protien molecules in ogeos fluid
Endocrine Gland loose their connection from the surface
Secretions Diffuse directly into the blood vessels that weave through the gland.
Gland Consists of 2 or more cells that make and secrete a particular product.
the two major glands develop from.. Epithelial sheets



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