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Major Tissue Types in organs

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Urinary bladder
transitional epithelium
blood vessel
endothelium, smooth muscle
stomach
simple,columnar epithelium
skin
stratified, squamous; keratinized epithelium
lymph node
reticular connective tissue
tendon
dense, connective tissue
knee joint
hyaline cartilage
heart
cardiac muscle tissue
trachea
pseudostratified ciliated columnar epithelium
esophagus
stratified squamos
auricle
elastic cartilage
brain
nervous tissue
cardiac muscle
striated, involuntary, one nucleus, intercalated disks
skeletal muscle
striated, voluntary, multinucleated
smooth muscle
nonstriated, involuntary, one nucleus
epithelial tissues
Found covering body surfaces and lining body passageways; avascular
simple epithelium
one layer of cells
stratified epithelium
two or more layers of cells
squamous epithelial cells
flat in appearance
cuboidal epithelial cells
cube shaped
columnar epithelial cells
elongated
transitional epithelium
stratified but cells can change shape