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Anatomy TC unit II

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function: diffusion; location: forming wall of capillaries lining of serous membranes simple squamous epithelium
function: secretion and absorption; location: lining of small intestines simple columnar epithelium
function: protection; location: epidermis lining esophagus stratified squamous epithelium
function: trap and move foreign particles; location: lining trachea pseudostratified columnar epithelium
function: attach skin to underlying tissue; location: subcutaneous tissue areolar
function: withstand strong pulling forces; location: tendons and ligaments dense fibrous
function: energy storage; location: subcutaneous tissue adipose
function: forms rugged, smooth, yet somewhat flexible articulationg surfaces; Location: end of long bones hyaline cartilage
function: support; location: human skeleton compact bone
function:support; location: human skeleton spongy (cancellous) bone
function: voluntary movement; location: muscles that move the skeleton skeletal muscle
function: nerve transmission; location: form part of nerves ox-spinal nerve cell
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