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adipose
connective tissue. function: energy storage, protection, and insulation
bone
connective tissue. function: support, storage (calcium, phosphorus), and hemopoiesis (production of blood)
cardiac
muscle tissue.involuntary. function: flopw of blood tghrough the heart chambers.
small intestine
organ. function: involved in digestion
kidney
organ. function: filtering and cleansing blood and producing urine.
prophase
chromatids are becoming visible and the nuclear envelope is breaking down
metaphase
chromatids are lining up in the center of the cell and the spindle fibers are becoming visible
anaphase
the 2 rows of chromosomes are visible as are the spindle fibers.
telophase
cleavage furrow in the cytoplasm and can see chromosomes and spindle fibers.
interphase
cells not in mitosis. chromatin is not visible, but can usually see a nuclear envelope with a nucleolus inside
nervous tissue
found throughout the body. functions: coordination and communication
skin
functions: protection, body temperature regulator, vitamin d synthesis, execretion, sensation
tongue
function: speech and digestion
trachea
airway that attaches the nasal region to the lungs. composed of dense regular connective tissues and smooth muscle, reinforced by C-shaped cartilage
urinary bladder
function: stores urine until micturition can occur. smooth muscle
blood
connective tissue. aka plasma
smooth muscle
no striations, spindle shaped.(involuntary)
skeletal muscle
has striations, no intercalated discs (voluntary)
simple epithelium
1 single layer (found above basement membrane)`
stratified epithelium
multiple layers (found above basement membrane)