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misc. tissue info

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neurons have.. nucleus, several dendrites, one or several axons
nervous conduct electrical impulses, composed of neurons, classified by function and structure
epithelial lines body cavities, covers free surfaces, includes ducts and glands, tightly connected to each other, exposed to a space on free surface, tightly connected to deeper tissue
muscle provides movement for the body, contains fibers made up of myosin and actin protein filaments
epithelial tissue has a free edge, packed end to end, avascular, has nerve supply
structure of nerves unipolar, bipolar, multipolar
four types of tissue epithelium, connective, muscle, nerves
Created by: sarahanatomy