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Ch.5 Review Tissues

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Connective
the most widespread and abundant tissue in the body
Tissue
group of similar cells that perform a particular function
Blood
is a type of liquid connective tissue
Epithelial
tissue that lines the body cavities and protects body surfaces
Simple squamous
a type of epithelial that can readily diffuse material through it (such as in alveoli)
Pseudostratified
has one unorderly layer
Stratified Squamous kertanized
epithelium found as a skin covering
Apocrine
an exocrine gland such as the mammary glands
Areolar
another name for loose ordinary connective tissue
Connective
cartiliage is a form of this type of tissue
Adipose
supports and protects the kidneys, insulates to preserve body heat, and stores excess food
Hyaline
most prevalent type of cartilage
Skeletal Muscle
another name for striated voluntary
Nervous
the most complex tissue type
Muscle and Epithelial
basement membrane (BM) is composed of molecules made from
Simple Squamous
flat scale like cells, one layer thick
Pseudostratified
type of epithelium tissue that has cillia that line the respiratory tract
Smooth Muscle
make up walls of the visceral organs, not voluntary, and have one nucleus per cell
Bone
Calcellous tissue is an example of this type of connective tissue
Cartilage tissue
hyaline, elastic, and fibrocartilage are examples of
Simple Cuboidal
single layered of cube shaped cells
Stratified Squamous
Multiple layers of cells with flat cells at the outer surface
Pseudostratified columnar
single layer of cells some that reach the surfae and others that do not
Transitional
layers of cells that apppear cubelike when aan organ is relaxed and flattened when an organ is distended by fluid
simple columnar
single layer of tall thin cells
Soma
the cell body of the nueron
Dendrite
cell process tha tcarries nerve impulses toward the cell body
Axon
cell process that carries nerve impulses away from the body
Neuron
the conducting cells of the nervous system
Endocrine
ductless glands that produce hormones (thyroid glands)
Merocrine
glands that complete their function without any damage or loss of cytoplasm incurring(salivary glands)
Apocrine
glands that pinch off their tips (apex) to release their products (mammary glands)
Holocrine
glands that self destruct to complete their functions ( glands that produce oil to lubricate the skin)
Connective
bone and adipose tissue are a type of this tissue
Nerve
tissue that contains nuerons and neurolgia
Muscle
tissue type found in the heart and biceps
Epithelilial
tissue that lines the stomach and intestines
Tissue types of the body
Connective, epithelial, muscle, and nervous
Muscle tissue
skeletal, smooth, and cardiac
Blood
an unusual type of connective tissue