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Histology and I.S.

Histology and Integumentary system.

Types of Tissues Epithelial Connective Muscle Nerve
Nerve Fn: Transmit electrical impluses Ln: Spinal Cord SpFt: Axon
Types of Connective Tissue Proper Cartilage Bone Blood
Types of Muscle Tissue Skeletal Cardiac Smooth
Skeletal Muscle Fn: Moves bones Ln: Attached to bones SpFt: Striations
Cardiac Muscle Fn: Pumps Blood Ln: Heart SpFt: Intercalated discs
Smooth Muscle Fn: Contract to move material through the tube Ln: Small intesting SpFt: Nucleus
Types of CT Proper Tissue Loose Dense
CT Proper Loose - Areolar - Adipose - Reticular
CT Proper Dense - Regular - Irregular - Elastic
Areolar Fn: Surrounds and protects Ln: Skin SpFt: Fibroblast and collagen fiber
Adipose Fn: Store energy Ln: Subcutaneous SpFt: Adipocytes
Reticular Fn: Provides supportive framework Ln: Spleen and thymus SpFt: Reticular fibers and leukocytes
Dense Regular Fn: Attach m to b and b to b Ln: Ligaments and tendons SpFt: Collagen fibers and fibroblast
Dense Irregular Fn: Resist multidirectional stress Ln: Fascia SpFt: Collagen fibers and fibroblast
Elastic Fn: Allows Stretching Ln: Walls of artery and resp system SpFt: Elastic fibers and fibroblast
Cartilage - Hyaline - Fibrocartilage - Elastic
Hyaline Fn: Reduces friction (cover joints) Ln: Articular ends of long bones SpFt: Chondrocytes
Fibrocartilage Fn: resist Compression Ln: IVD (Intervertebral disc) SpFt: Chondrocytes
Elastic Fn: Allows flexibility Ln: Ear and epiglottis SpFt: Chondrocytes and elastic fibers
Bone Fn: Support and protect Ln: Bones SpFt: Osteocytes
Blood Fn: Transport Ln: Vessels and heart SpFt: Nucleus in WBC (leukocytes)
Epithelial Convers, protects and lines
# of cell layers (Epithelial) - Simple = 1 cell layer thick - Straified = multiple layers
Epithelial Shapes - Squamous = flat, wide, irregular - Cuboidial = cube shaped - Columnar = column shaped
Created by: JRFoster



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