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Tissue composed of cells specialized for contraction
Muscle tissue
Epithelial tissue that is exposed to abrasion
Stratified
Most widely distributed tissue type in body
Connective Tissue
3 types of muscle tissue
Skeletal, Smooth, Cardiac
Epitheal cell shapes
Squamous, Cubiodal, Columnar
Endocrine glands are ________
Ductless
Epithelium that appears layered due to varying levels at which nuclei are found, but is not really layered
Pseudostratified columnar
Transitional epithelium tissue is found in the ________
Bladder
Exocrine gland that collects secretory product near the apex/tip of the cell and pinches off end into a duct
Apocrine glands
Connective tissue fibers that are made of protein and are extremely tough
Collagen
3 primitive germ layers
Endoderm, Mesoderm, Ectoderm
First definitive tissue formed in embryos
Mesenchyme
Cords of dense fibrous connective tissue attaching muscles to bone
Tendons
Epitheal tissue attaches to underlying connective tissue at the_____________
Basement Membrane
An organ consisting of one or more cell types that make and secretes a particular product/secretion
Gland