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single layer
simple squamous or simple cuboidal
lining airsacs
simple squamous
in the lungs
simple squamous
in walls of capalleries
simple squamous
line blood vessels
simple squamous
found in lymph vessels
simple squamous
cover membrane that line body cavaties
simple squamous
very flat
simple squamous
cubed shaped cells
simple cuboidal
cover ovaries
simple cuboidal
line the kidney tubes
simple cuboidal
line the ducts of glands
simple cuboidal
found in liver and pancreas
simple cuboidal
composed of elongated cells
simple Columnar
found near basement membrane
simple Columnar
lines the uterus
simple Columnar
found in lining of digestive tracts specifically stomach and intestines
simple Columnar
thicker and more protective
simple Columnar
absorbs nutrients
simple Columnar
secretes digestive fluids
simple Columnar
tiny extensions or process that will increase the surface area, between .5 to 1 micrometer, job is to absorb
microvilli
secretes mucus
goblet cells
thick protective fluid, highly resistant to acidic chemicals
mucus
lining passages of repiratory systems
pseusdostratified columnar
lining passage ways of reproductive systems
pseusdostratified columnar
cillia used to move the egg through the tube
pseusdostratified columnar
outermost area of your body primarily skin
stratified squamous
cells are thicker and layered
stratified squamous
keratin used in this stage
stratified squamous
lining mouth cavaties and lines your throat
stratified squamous
line sweat glands
Stratified Cubodial
line ducts of salivary glands and pancreas
Stratified Cubodial
line ducts of mammary glands
Stratified Cubodial
line the tubes of the reproductive system for boys
uretha, vasa deferential, pharynx
stratified Columnar
tissue has the ability to change with pressure (strechy)
Transitional
in tubes of the urinary system
Transitional
designed to prevent fluids from going backwards
Transitional
produces and secretes substances into ducts or into body fluids
Glandular
most common
Fibroblast
large, star shaped
Fibroblast
produce fibers by secreting protein in the matrix
Fibroblast
very numerous,
Macrophages
usally attached, some can move about
Macrophages
considered scavengers
Macrophages
clean up thrash and diseases
Macrophages
part of immunity
Macrophages
Found near blood vessesls, release heparin and produces histamines
Mast cells
thick protein, major sructual material of the body, flexible, slightly elastic, found in bone, ligaments and tendons, white fibers
Collagen
Yellow fibers, weaker, more elastic in nature, when streches returns to previous shape, i.e vocal cords, passages of your respiratory system
Elastin
binds to your skin to underlie organs and fills spaces between muscles
Loose fibrous conective
Fat underskin and fills spaces between muscles
Adipose Tissue
around kidney, behind eyeball, on surface of the heart, around certain joints
Adipose Tissue
cushions joints, insulates, stores energy, always present, related to individuals diet
Adipose Tissue
Part of legiments and tendons, blood supply repair is slow
Dense fibers connective
found in attachments between backbones
Elastic Connective
found in walls of hollow internal organs, in big arteries, also found in the heart
Elastic Connective
found supporting walls of liver, spleen, an lympathic organs
Reticular Connective
kind of rigid, provides support, used to attach things, protects devoloping bone
Cartilage
Cartilage cells found in little chambers, lack good blood supplies, distinguised by intercell material
Chondrocytes
these are the chambers
Lacunae
most common looks very white found on ends of bones, makes up the rigs of the respiratory system, soft part of the nose
Hyaline
more flexible, makes up part of your larynx, makes up external ear
Elastic
very tough, made of many thick white fibers, cushions your knees, makes up intervertabral dics, shock absorbers between back bones
Fibrocartilage
phagocitic in nature
Reticuloendotheilal
found in blood, lungs, brain, bonemarrow, spleen, liver, lypmh glands, clean you up
Reticuloendotheilal