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Chapter 6: Tissues and Membranes
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-avascular and nourished from the underlying connective tissue
-attached to a basement membrane
-classified as squamous, cuboidal, or columnar
-classified as simple or stratified
-a carcinoma arises
-primary functions include secretion, absorption, excretion, and protection
-endocrine and exocrine glands arise
-has two surfaces: one is always unattached, and is transitional (found in stretchy organs such as the urinary bladder)
-blood, bone, cartilage, and adipose tissue
-has the greatest amount of intercellular matrix of the four types of tissue
-forms ligament that attach muscle to bone
-dense fibrous, rectangular, and areolar
-specialized type of this tissue stores fat
-a sarcoma arises
-most abundant type of the four tissues
-binds together parts of the body; ex: ligaments, tendons, capsules, and fascia
-chondrocytes and osteocytes
classified as skeletal, smooth, or cardiac
neurons and glia
serous membrane that covers the outside of each lung
connective tissue membrane that lines the cavities of joints
serous membrane that lines the organs of the abdominopelvic cavity
serous membrane that lines the walls of thoracic cavity
sling that supports the heart
serous membrane that lines the inner wall of the abdominopelvic cavity
lines the mouth, nose, and respiratory passages
synovial membrane and periosteum
Connective Tissue Membrane
The parietal and visceral pleura
What secretes small amounts of serious fluid?
What forms large continuous sheets of tissue?
What arises from epithelial tissue?
What lines the respiratory tract?
Squamous, Cuboidal, and Columnar
What are shaped of epithelial tissue?
Simple and Stratified
What refer to the layers of epithelial tissue?
What membrane is confined to the thoracic cavity?
Simple Squamous Epithelium
Because this type of tissue is so thin, it is concerned primarily with the movement of various substances across the membranes from one body compartment to the other.
What is related to glandular epithelium?
What is related to endocrine glands?
In which type of tissue is the intercellular matrix hardest?
Hyaline and Elastic
What does not appear in the thoracic cavity?
What is scar tissue?
What is described as parietal and visceral?
What is the condition that is caused by prolonged pressure that results in a decrease in blood supply to the tissues?
Which word is most descriptive of gangrenous tissue?
There is a decrease in collagen and elastin in connective tissue
Why do tissues become stiffer and less efficient with aging?
The person "has heart"
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