Ex 6: Classification of Tissues

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Ex 6: Classification of Tissues
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2013-10-07 11:18:46
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    • Major Tissue: Connective
    • Specific Tissue: Elastic Cartilage
    • Location: supports the external ear (pinna); epiglottis.
    • Major Tissue: Nervous
    • Specific Tissue: Neuron
    • Neurologlia
    • Location: brain, spinal cord, & nerves.





    • Major Tissue: Muscle
    • Specific Tissue: smooth
    • Location: mostly in walls of hollow organs (stomach, intestines)
    • Major Tissue: Connective
    • Specific Tissue: Fibro Cartilage
    • Location: invertebral discs, pubic symphysis, discs of knee joint.
    • Major Tissue: Connective
    • Specific Tissue: Hyaline Cartilage
    • Location: costal cartilage of ribs, cartilage of nose, trachea & larynx.
    • Major Tissue: Muscle
    • Specific Tissue: Skeletal
    • Location: muscles that's attached to bones and occasionally to skin.
    • Major Tissue: Muscle
    • Specific Tissue: Cardiac
    • Location: walls of heart.
    • Major Tissue: Connective
    • Specific Tissue: Dense Irregular
    • Location: dermis of the skin, submucosa of digestive tract; fibrous capsules of
    • organs & joints 


    • Major Tissue:Connective
    • Specific Tissue:Blood
    • Location:contained within blood vessels    
    • Major Tissue:Connective
    • Specific Tissue:Reticular
    • Location: lymphoid organs(lymph nodes, bone marrow, & spleen)    
    • Major Tissue:Connective
    • Specific Tissue:Dense Regular
    • Location: tendons, most ligaments    

    • Major Tissue: Connective
    • Specific Tissue: Bone
    • Location: Human Bones

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