Ch.5 Review Tissues

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Connective

the most widespread and abundant tissue in the body

Tissue

group of similar cells that perform a particular function

Blood

is a type of liquid connective tissue

Epithelial

tissue that lines the body cavities and protects body surfaces

Simple squamous

a type of epithelial that can readily diffuse material through it (such as in alveoli)

Pseudostratified

has one unorderly layer

Stratified Squamous kertanized

epithelium found as a skin covering

Apocrine

an exocrine gland such as the mammary glands

Areolar

another name for loose ordinary connective tissue

Connective

cartiliage is a form of this type of tissue

Adipose

supports and protects the kidneys, insulates to preserve body heat, and stores excess food

Hyaline

most prevalent type of cartilage

Skeletal Muscle

another name for striated voluntary

Nervous

the most complex tissue type

Muscle and Epithelial

basement membrane (BM) is composed of molecules made from

Simple Squamous

flat scale like cells, one layer thick

Pseudostratified

type of epithelium tissue that has cillia that line the respiratory tract

Smooth Muscle

make up walls of the visceral organs, not voluntary, and have one nucleus per cell

Bone

Calcellous tissue is an example of this type of connective tissue

Cartilage tissue

hyaline, elastic, and fibrocartilage are examples of

Simple Cuboidal

single layered of cube shaped cells

Stratified Squamous

Multiple layers of cells with flat cells at the outer surface

Pseudostratified columnar

single layer of cells some that reach the surfae and others that do not

Transitional

layers of cells that apppear cubelike when aan organ is relaxed and flattened when an organ is distended by fluid

simple columnar

single layer of tall thin cells

Soma

the cell body of the nueron

Dendrite

cell process tha tcarries nerve impulses toward the cell body

Axon

cell process that carries nerve impulses away from the body

Neuron

the conducting cells of the nervous system

Endocrine

ductless glands that produce hormones (thyroid glands)

Merocrine

glands that complete their function without any damage or loss of cytoplasm incurring(salivary glands)

Apocrine

glands that pinch off their tips (apex) to release their products (mammary glands)

Holocrine

glands that self destruct to complete their functions ( glands that produce oil to lubricate the skin)

Connective

bone and adipose tissue are a type of this tissue

Nerve

tissue that contains nuerons and neurolgia

Muscle

tissue type found in the heart and biceps

Epithelilial

tissue that lines the stomach and intestines

Tissue types of the body

Connective, epithelial, muscle, and nervous

Muscle tissue

skeletal, smooth, and cardiac

Blood

an unusual type of connective tissue

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