Review Sheet Ex 6A Classification of Tissue

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Lines body cavities & covers the body's external surface.

Epithelium

Pumps blood, flushes urine out of the body, allows one to swing a bat

Muscle

Transmits electrochemical impulses to muscles

Nervous tissue

Anchors, packages, & supports body organs

Connective tissue

Cells may absorb, secrete & filter

Epithelium

Most involved in regulating & controlling body functions.

Nervous Tissue

Major function is to contract

Muscle

Synthesizes hormones

Epithelium

the most durable tissue type

Connective Tissue

Abundant nonliving extracellular matrix

Connective tissue

Widespread tissue in the body

Connective tissue

Forms nerves & the brain

Nervous tissue

The following are true of epithelial tissues Except

The membrane has no free edge

Epithelial tissues are classified according to

Cellular arrangement and Cell shape

Ciliared epithelium is found in the following Except

Lining of the small intestine

Transitional epithelium has surface cells that are

Elastic so they can be stretched

Ductless glands, Harmones, and liberated directly into the blood

Endocrine gland

Secretions are passed theough the ducts into the body surfaces, Perspiration, and Digestive enzymes

Exocrine gland

Lining of the esophagus and epidermis of the skin

Stratified squamous

Alveolar sacs of the lungs and Forms the tin serous membranes; a single layer of flattened cells

Simple squamous

Lining of the stomach

Simple Columnar

Tubules of the kidney

Simple cuboidal

Lining of the bladder; peculiar cells have the ability to slide over each other

Transitional

Stratified squamous epithelium

Can be found in the skin and has protective function

Ciliated columnar epithelium

Has protective function, canbe found in the trachea, and can be found in the uterine or fallopian tubes of a female

The following are true of the simple columnar epithelium in the small intestine Except

It has no secretory function

The following are true of cuboidal epithelium Except

It contains cilia

The following are true of connective tissue Except

Most types are fragile so they are not well vascularized (no blood supply).

Connective tissue

Provide protection and Bind together other body tissues

The following are true of the matrix Except

Contains living fibers

Attaches bones to bones and muscles to bones and Dermis of the skin

Dense connective tissue

Acts as a storage depot for fat and insulates against heat loss

Adipose connective tissue

Make up the intervertebral disc

Fibrocartilage

Forms your hip bone and Matrix hard owing to calcium salts; provides levers for muscles to act on

Osseous tissue

Composes basement membranes; a soft packaging tissue with a jellylike matrix

Areolar connective tissue

Forms the larynx, costal cartilages of the ribs, & the embryonic skeleton and Firm, structurally amorphous matrix heavily invaded with fibers; appears glassy and smooth

Hyaline Cartilage

48) connective tissue

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49) Basement membrane

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50) Nucleus

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51) Microvilli

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52) Goblet cells

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53) Lumen

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54) Cytoplasm

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55) Simple columnar ciliated epithelium

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56) Apical edge

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57) cilia

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58) goblet cells

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59) Nucleus

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60) Cytoplasm

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61) Basement membrane

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62) Connective tissue

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63) Psuedostratified columnar ciliated epithelium

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64) Nucleus

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65) Simple squamous epithelium

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66) Nucleus

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67) Cytoplasm

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68) Basement membrane

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69) Lumen

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70) Nuclei

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71) Connective tissue

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72) Simple cuboidal epithelium

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73) Apical surface

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74) Cytoplasm

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75) Nucleus

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76) Basement membrane

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77) Stratified quamous epithelium

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78) Apical surface

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79) Basement membrane

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80) connective tissue

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81) Transitional epithelium

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82) Collagen fiber

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83) elastic fiber

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84) Mast cells

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85) Fibroblast

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86) Areolar (loose) connective tissue

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87) Fibroblasts

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88) Collagen fibers

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89) Dense Regular connective tissue

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90) Nuclei

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91) Fat globule in cytoplasm

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92) Adipose connective tissue

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93) Lacuna with chondrocyte

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94) Matrix (ground substance)

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95) Hyaline cartilage

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96) Osten

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97) Lamellae

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98) Lacunae with osteocytes

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99) Central canal

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100) Lamellae

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