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Epithelia tissue
Covers all free body services and forms inner lining of the body cavities and hollow organs. Always has a free surface. A basement membrane anchors epithelium to connective tissue. The function is to form protective barriers, secretion of various substances, absorption of other substances, and excretion of wastes
Connetive tissue
the functions include binding, protection, filling spaces, storing fat, producing red blod cells. Usually has a lot of intercellular material.
Muscle Tissue
The function is to provide movement.
There are three types of mucle tissue and it is found attached to bones, in the walls of hollow internal organs, and in the heart
Nervious tissue
The function is to transmit impulses needed for coordination, regulation, and sensory reception
Simple Squamous
Epithelial
single,thin layer, flattened cells, fit together
Simple cuboidal
Epithelial
single later, cube shaped, centrally located, spherical nuclei
Simple columnar
Epithelial
single later of elongated cells
Cilatated or noncilatated
cilia is found lining the pasages of the respitory system
Pseudostratiifed columnar
Epithelial
appears layered(nuclei are at differnt levels)
Stratified squamous
Epithelial
many layers of cells(topmost is flattened) so that the tissue is relatively thick
Stratified cuboidal
Epithelial
consists of two to three laters of cuboidal cells that form the lining of a lumen
Stratified cloumnar
Epithelial
several layers(top=columnar, bottom=cuboidal)
transitional epithelium
Epithelial
specialixed to stretch without injury
Glandular Epithelium
Epithelial
produce and secrete substances