Tissues

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Tissues
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2011-12-18 17:31:33
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  1. Epithelial Tissue Function
    • Protection
    • Secretion
    • Absorption
    • Excretion
  2. Epithelial tissue location
    • Body surface
    • line internal organs
    • compose glands
  3. epithelial tissue characteristics
    • lack blood vessels
    • cells readily divide
    • cells tightly packed
  4. connective tissue function
    • bind
    • support
    • protect
    • fill spaces
    • store fat
    • produce blood cells
  5. connective tissue location
    widely distributed
  6. connective tissue characteristics
    • good blood supply
    • cells farther appart
    • extracellular matrix between
  7. muscle function
    movement
  8. muscle location
    attached to bones, walls of internal organs
  9. muscle characteristics
    contrace in response to stimuli
  10. nervous tissue function
    • transmit impulses for coordination
    • regulation
    • integration
    • sensory reception
  11. nervous tissue location
    • brain
    • spinal cord
    • nerves
  12. nervous tissue characteristics
    cells communicate with each other and other body parts
  13. simple
    1 layer
  14. stratified
    layered
  15. squamous
    flat
  16. cuboidal
    cube shaped
  17. columnar
    elongated
  18. function of simple squamous
    • filtration
    • diffusion
    • osmosis
    • covers surface
  19. function of simple cuboidal
    • secretion
    • absorbtion
  20. function of simple columnar
    • protection
    • secretion
    • absorption
  21. function of pseudostratified columnar
    • protection
    • secretion
    • movement of mucous
  22. function of stratified squamous
    protection
  23. function of stratified cuboidal
    protection
  24. function of stratified columnar
    • protection
    • secretion

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