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What are the functions of Epithelium? 1. Physical PROTECTION: Mucous Membranes; 2. SECRETION: Mucous Membranes and Glands; 3. ABSORPTION: Mucous Membranes; 4. Provide SENSATIONS: special forms; 5. Sexual REPRODUCTION: special forms
What are the levels of structural organization? Level 1: Chemical: Molecules ----> Cells Level 2: Cellular: Cells ----> Tissues Level 3: Histological: Tissues ----> Organs Level 4: Organ: Organs ----> Systems Level 5: Systemic: Systems ----> Organism
What are connective tissue properties are determined by? the physical nature of its intercellular material (matrix)
What makes bone rigid? inorganic salts of calcium and phosphorus
What is the difference between Mucous Membranes and Serous Membranes? Mucous Membranes are made up of different types of epithelium, line hollow organs, and are involved in secretion and absorption. Serous Membranes are made up of squamous epithelium, are a double lining of closed cavities, and reduce friction.
What are the functions of connective tissue? 1. Physical PROTECTION: Bone 2. SUPPORT and CUSHIONING: Cartilage, Bone, Atipose. 3. CONNECTION and BINDING: Tendons, Ligaments 4. FAT and MINERAL STORAGE: Atipose, Bone 5. PRODUCTION/REMOVAL of BLOOD CELLS: Vascular (Myloid)
Created by: kristel387