More Matrix than Cells, May contain Fibers, Ranges from hard to fluid.
4 main types, Epithelial, Connective, Muscular, Nervous
Covers and lines organs and cavities.
Communication within body
Simple-single layer, Stratified-multiple Layers, Pseudostratified-single layer that may appear stratified.
Epithelial Tissue Functions
Covers and lines body surface and cavities. Protection, Sensory, Absorption, Secretory. NO BLOOD VESSELS, Closely packed cells.
Squamous-thin and flat example cheek cells. Cuboidal-Box like in appearance, Columnar-Tall and thin.
Simple single layer, STRATIFIED-Multi layer.
2Main Types of Glands
Exocrine-secretes product into ducts. ENDOCRINE-secrets product directly into blood or Interstitial fluid.
Types of Exocrine Glands
Apocrine-collect product at tip and pinch off. Holocrine-Rupture, Merocrine-discharge product through Membrane.
Types of connective tissue
FIBROUS, BONE, BLOOD, CARTILAGE
Skeletal Muscle, Smooth Muscle, Cardiac Muscle
Striated, voluntary Movement
Not striated, passive movement
Straited, only in heart, muscle very slow to regenerate.
Neurons, Glia, Astroglia, Microglia, oligodendrocytes, Schwann cells.
Is excitable does not regenerate.
adipose would be included in which class of tissue.
Multiple layers Epidemis, Dermis
5 LAYER DEEP TO SUPERFICIAL, STRATUM BASALE, STRATUM SPINOSUM, STRATUM GRANULOSUM, STRATUM LUCIDUM, STRATUM CORNEUM
2 LAYERS DEEP TO SUPERFICIAL. Reticular LAYER! PAPILLARY LAYER
Hair follicle, site of new hair production, HAIR PAPILLA, produces the hair, HAIR ROOT-hair within follicle, Hair Shaft-portion pushed from follicle
The part of hair you brush is.