What are the four types of tissue?
What does a bone tissue consist of?
-Bone marrow contains fat cells
-Bone tissue is CONNECTIVE tissue
-"T" shaped Tribecular
What is a Transitional tissue?
-Tissue that CHANGES!
Best example: Bladder extends when full becomes a flat cell, however when bladder is empty it becomes a rounded cell.
What organs are made up of Transitional Tissue?
What is the basal membrane made of?
How many layers does a :
a) Simple Epithelial tissue have?
b) Stratified Epithelial tissue have?
Simple Epithelial = One Layer
Stratified Epithelial = Two Layers
What do simple squamous epithelial cells look like?
What do cuboidal epithelial cells look like?
What do columnar epithelial cells look like?
Simple squamous=fish scales
What do LUMEN do?
Lumen pours out different types of secretion
Columnar epithelial cells are made of..
Where is keratin found?
What tissues DO NOT have blood vessels?
Cartilage and Epithelium
The importance of Duct and Ductless Epithelial
Can be milk, sweat, saliva
Three Major Components
1) Fibroblasts - Connective Tissue
2) Connective fibers- collagen "jello"
3) Ground Substance - "Matrix"
How are connective fibers divided?
a) Collagen (thick noodle)
b) Elastic (thin noodle)
c) reticular (intermediate noodle)
*Most common type of connective fibers are COLLAGEN
What type of tissue is blood?
V. A. N.
-Ground substance is between the cells and the fibers.