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protection (roof); composes skin; lines hollow organs; can be either simple or stratified; broad, flat, and irregular; epithelial
lines glands, secretes; either simple or stratified; vascular to secrete in blood; cube shaped; epithelial
ciliated cells, secretes mucous, lines glands, respritory, urinary, reproductive, absorb; simple or stratified; vascular to absorb in blood; rectangular cubes, epithelial
lines bladder and uterus; single layer; random positioning of the nucleus; vascular, insensitive; combination of cell types; only epithelium that will stretch.
supports for cells, fills in spaces, repairs injury, cleans up debris, immune response, loosest tissue, (packing peanuts), loose connective tissue
stores energy, fat, "bubble wrap", protection, padding, stored between skin and muscle and around organs; loose connective tissue
regular dense connective tissue
cartilage (elastic, hyaline, and fibrocartilage), ligaments, and tendons; tough, strong; insensetive, avascular; composed of elastin and collagin; dense connective tissue type
irregular dense connective tissue
muscle coverings, dermis, skin (deep layer), somewhat vascular, insensetive, composed of elastin and collagin, dense connective tissue type
found at joints; fairly inflexible, dense, avascular, insensetive, soft; dense connective tissue
makes up middle of long bones and covering of flat bones; heavy, dense, brittle, highly vascular, supportive; bone tissue type
found at ends of long bones and in the center of flat bones; light, flexible; bone tissue type
carries O2 and Co2, fights disease, triggers clot formation; (red, white, and platelets); type of the only liquid tissue type
fights disease; contains clotting proteins; white cells only; type of the only liquid tissue type
involuntary, not striated, strongest contraction, wavelike motion; walls of hollow organs; protein fibers
voluntary, striated, strong contraction; attached to bones; moves the skeleton, protein fibers
brain, spinal cord; connect sensory and motor neurons in brain and spinal cord; conducts nerve impulses
brain, spinal cord; conduct impulses to the brain from the body and to the body from the brain; conducts nerve impulses
small matrix, directly or indirectly on contact with the outside world; protect, secrete, or absorb; simple or stratified
type of gland attached to an organ or cavity through a tube or duct; live close to work; many make enzymes
secrete their products directly into blood; make hormones; can live far away from workplace
intercellular material, solid yet pliable, resists compression; structural models for vertebrate embryo bones; maintains shape of nose, outer ear, and other body parts; cushions joints
derived mainly from connective tissue; has transport functions; circulating within plasma are a great many red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets
free of ribosomes and curves through the cytoplasm like connecting pipes and is the main site of lipid synthesis.
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