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sfhb tissues

tissues

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covers body surface and organs epithelial tissue
word meaning "layered" stratified
cells that are elongated columnar
have a basement membrane and an apical surface epithelial tissue
cells that are shaped like a square cuboidal
word meaning flat and irregularly shaped squamous
tissue that is layered, with cells that are flatter at the top layer stratified squamous epithelium
pseudo- means fake or false
elongated cells that appear to be in more than layer but really aren't pseudostratified columnar epithelium
word describing tissues that have one layer simple
a single layer of square-shaped cells simple cuboidal epithelium
gives connective tissue strength collagen
gives connective tissue the ability to stretch elastin
scientific name for fatty tissue adipose
connective tissue with liquid matrix blood
the most common type of cartilage hyaline
osseous tissue bone
tissue that has connections called intercalated discs cardiac muscle
involuntatry and not striated smooth muscle
involuntary and striated cardiac muscle
voluntary and striated skeletal muscle
striated means stiped or having lines
type of cell that secretes mucus goblet cell
two types of tissue that have goblet cells psuedostatified columnar and simple columnar epithelium
type of gland that has ducts that carry secretions exocrine glands
type of gland that secretes directly into the surrounding tissue endocrine glands
the pituitary, thyroid and adrenal are this type of gland endocrine
the sebaceous and sudoriferous are this type of gland exocrine
This gland becomes activated at puberty. When its secretions combine with bacteria, an odor ensues apocrine
the word ending -blast refers to this type of cell young and active
this connective tissue has minerals in its matrix bone
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