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Simple Squamous Epithelium
(found in lining of lungs, Arteries, serous membranes)
(diffusion, filtration, friction, secretion)

name the epithelium
found?
function?

Pseudostratified columnar epithelium with cilia and goblet cells
(found in Trachea, nasal cavities,auditory tubules)
(secretes mucus)

name epithelium in white bar
where is it found
what is it's function

Areolar connective tissue (loose connective tissue)
(Fibroblasts, Plasma cells, Lymphocytes)
(found everywhere)
(liquid ground substance)

name type of tissue in white bar
name 3 types of cells in tissue
found?
ground substance

Simple cuboidal epithelium
(found in kidney tubules and free surface of ovaries)
(active transport, facilitated diffusion, secretion, absorption)

name type of epithelium
where is it found
what is it's function

Stratified squamous epithelium
(found in esophagus, skin, vagina)
(diffusion, filtration, friction, secretion, absorption)

name type of epithelium
where is it found
what is it's function

Adipose tissue
(Fibroblasts)
(stores energy, shock absorption)
(found everywhere)
(gel)

what type of tissue
what are fibers present
name two functions
where is it found
ground substance

Reticular
(B and T cells, lymphocytes)
(found in bone marrow and liver)
(reticular fibers)
(gel)

what type of tissue
two cells present in this tissue
found?
fibers?
ground substance?

Dense connective tissue
(found in tendons and ligaments)
(collagen fibers, elastic, reticular)
(gel)

what type of tissue
where is it found
fibers present?
ground substance?

Fibrous cartilage
(found in intervertebral disks, symphysis pubis, meniscus of knee)
(Collagen fibers)
(gel)

name type of tissue
where is it found
fibers present?
ground substance?

Elastic Cartilage
(Chondrocytes)
(found in lacunae)
(found in external ear, epiglottis)
(gel)

name type of tissue
cells present?
Structure it can be found in?
where is it found
ground substance?

Bone
(osteon)
(Haversian canal)
(canaliculi)
(collagen fibers)
(solid)

name type of tissue
name of structure in red oval
red x?
lines at red arrow?
fibers?
Ground substance

Skeletal tissue
(elastic and reticular fibers)
(movement)
(excitable and voluntary)

name type of tissue
fibers present?
function?
2 characteristics

Cardiac tissue
Intercalated disks
(involuntary and excitable)

type of tissue?
structures at arrows?
2 characteristics?

Nervous tissue
(found in brain and spinal cord)
(nerve fibers)

name type of tissue
found?
fibers?

Transitional epithelium
(found in urinary bladder, superior urethra, prostatic ducts)

name type of epithelium
found?

Simple columnar epithelium
(found in uterine tubes, bronchioles)
(absorbtion, movement of oocyte through uterine tubes, moves particles out of bronchioles)
(cilia, microvilli)

name type of epithelium
function?
structures at arrows?

Hyaline cartilage
(found in trachea)
(gel)
(collagen fibers)
(chondrocytes)

what type of tissue
found?
ground substance?
fibers?
cells present?

Simple Squamous Epithelium
(found in lining of lungs, Arteries, serous membranes)
(diffusion, filtration, friction, secretion)

Pseudostratified columnar epithelium with cilia and goblet cells
(found in Trachea, nasal cavities,auditory tubules)
(secretes mucus)

Areolar connective tissue (loose connective tissue)
(Fibroblasts, Plasma cells, Lymphocytes)
(found everywhere)
(liquid ground substance)

Simple cuboidal epithelium
(found in kidney tubules and free surface of ovaries)
(active transport, facilitated diffusion, secretion, absorption)

Stratified squamous epithelium
(found in esophagus, skin, vagina)
(diffusion, filtration, friction, secretion, absorption)

Adipose tissue
(Fibroblasts)
(stores energy, shock absorption)
(found everywhere)
(gel)

Reticular
(B and T cells, lymphocytes)
(found in bone marrow and liver)
(reticular fibers)
(gel)

Dense connective tissue
(found in tendons and ligaments)
(collagen fibers, elastic, reticular)
(gel)

Fibrous cartilage
(found in intervertebral disks, symphysis pubis, meniscus of knee)
(Collagen fibers)
(gel)

Elastic Cartilage
(Chondrocytes)
(found in lacunae)
(found in external ear, epiglottis)
(gel)

Bone
(osteon)
(Haversian canal)
(canaliculi)
(collagen fibers)
(solid)

Skeletal tissue
(elastic and reticular fibers)
(movement)
(excitable and voluntary)

Cardiac tissue
Intercalated disks
(involuntary and excitable)

Nervous tissue
(found in brain and spinal cord)
(nerve fibers)

Transitional epithelium
(found in urinary bladder, superior urethra, prostatic ducts)

Simple columnar epithelium
(found in uterine tubes, bronchioles)
(absorbtion, movement of oocyte through uterine tubes, moves particles out of bronchioles)
(cilia, microvilli)

Hyaline cartilage
(found in trachea)
(gel)
(collagen fibers)
(chondrocytes)

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