Epithelium, Connective, Muscle and Nervous Tissue

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4 types of tissue

Simple Squamous

single layer of flat cells, usually forms membranes, line body caveats, lines lungs and capillaries, absorption, and secretion

Simple Cuboidal

single layer cube- like cells, common in glands and their ducts, form walls of kidney tubules cover the ovaries, absorption, and secretion

Simple Columnar

single layer of tall cells, often includes goblets cells, which produces mucus, lines digestive, absorption and secretion

Pseudo stratified Columnar

single layer, but some cells are shorter than other, often look like double cell layer, sometime ciliated, such as in respiratory tract, absorption, and secretion

Stratified Squamous

cells at the free edge are flatted found as protective covering where friction is common, skin, mouth, esophagus, and protection

Transitional

shape is depends upon the amount of stretching, lines organs of the urinary system, change in shape and filtration

Areolar

most widely distributed connective tissue, soft, pliable, contains fiber types, underneath your skin, hold organs in place, lubricate, nourish and epithelial tissue

Blood

surrounded by fluid, visible clotting, transport

Adipose

fat glucose predominate large lipid deposit, depends on body fat, insulates, protect, and service fuel storage

Reticular

delicate network of interwoven fiber, spleen, inside neutron, bone marrow, support (stroma), and lymphoid organ

Dense

main matrix collagen fiber, cell are fibroblast, tendon- attach muscle to bone, ligament- attach bone to bone, support, and movement

Hyaline Cartilage

most common cartilage, abundant fiber and rubbery matrix, entire fetal skeleton, and movement

Fibrocartilage

high compressible, between vertebrae and joints, and cushions

Osseous (Bone)

composed of: bone cells, hard matrix, large number of collage fiber, skeleton system, used to protect, and support of body

Skeletal

controlled voluntarily, cell- attach to connective tissue, striated, more than 1 nucleus, skeleton attach to bone, and movement

Cardiac

involuntarily, cells attach to other cardiac, intercalated disk, striated, one nucleus, found in heart, movement, and pumps the heart

Smooth

involuntary, attach to other smooth muscle, not visible, striation, one nucleus, arrow all hollow organs, and movement

Nervous

neutron, nerve support, brain, spinal cord, irritability, and conductively impulse to other areas of the body

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