Card Set Information
Where is Simple Squamous Found?
Aveolor of the lungs
Where is Simple Cuboidal found?
Ducts and Secretory portions
Where is Simple Columnar found?
Digestive system (Microvilli on intestines)
Where is Pseudostratified Columnar found?
Trachea and upper respiratory tract (Cillia for movement)
Where is the Stratified Squamous found?
Protects the openings to the body.
Where is the Transitional Epithelium Found?
Part of the Urethra
Where is Stratified Cuboidal/Columnar found?
Some gland's ducts
Simple Squamous Epithelium
Simple Columnar Epithelium
Stratified Squamous Epithelium
Bone (Osseous Tissue)
Blood (Classified as connective tissue)
Areolar Connective Tissue
Adipose (fat) Connective Tissue
Reticular Connective Tissue
Dense Regular Connective Tissue
Dense Irregular Connective Tissue
What is the function of Skeletal muscle?
To move body parts
What is the function of Cardiac Muscle?
Pumps Blood out of the heart through blood vessels to all parts of the body.
What is the function of Smooth Muscle?
squeezes substances through organs
What is the location of the Skeletal Muscle?
Attaches to the skeleton
What is the location of the Cardiac Muscle?
What is the location of the Smooth Muscle?
Walls of the hollow organs
Where is Nervous Tissue located?
Brain and Spinal Cord
What is function of Osseous Tissue?
Supports and protects; mineral storage.
What is the location of the Osseous Tissue?
What is the function of Blood?
Transport respiratory gases, nutrients, wastes.
What is the location of the blood?
Inside blood vessels
What is the function of Hyaline Cartilage?
Providing firm support with flexibility, reduces friction.
What is the location of Hyaline Cartilage?
End of bones, cartilages of ribs, nose, trachea, and larynx
What is the function of Elastic Cartilage?
Provides strength and elasticity, maintains structure.
What is the location of Elastic Cartilage?
What is the function of Fibrocartilage?
Ability to absorb compressive shock
What is the location of Fibrocartilage?
Intervertebral disks, pubic symphysis, discs of knee joint.
What is function of Areolar Connective Tissue?
Reservior for water and salts
What is the location of the Areolar Connective Tissue?
Wraps blood vessels, packages organs.
What is the function of the Reticular Connective Tissue?
Internal framework for the support of blood cells
What is the Location of the Reticular Connective Tissue?
Lymph nodes, spleen.
What is the function of the Adipose Connective Tissue?
Nutrient Storage (energy reservoir), protection, and insulation.
What is the Location of the Adipose Connective Tissue?
Deep to skin (hypodermis), abdomen, breasts, and around kidneys.
What is the Function of Dense Regular Connective Tissue?
Withstands stress/force in one direction
What is the location of the Dense Regular Connective Tissue?
What is the Function of Dense Irregular Connective Tissue?
Withstands tension/stress exerted in many directions
What is the Location of Dense Irregular Connective Tissue?
Dermis of skin, digestive tract.
What are the four primary tissue types inerweave to form the "fabric" of the body?
What is the function of Epithelial Tissue?
Covers body surfaces
What is the function of Connective tissue?
Binds organs together
What is the function of Muscle tissue?
Responsible for movement
What is the function of Nervous tissue?
Control body activities