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Epithelial Tissues

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Kirsten Jeffries

on 17 September 2018

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Types of Tissues
By:Kirsten Jeffries

Epithelial Tissues
Epithelial tissues provide secretion, , protection, trans cellular transport, and sensing


They are made up of columnar, cuboid, or squamous cell shapes. Epithelial tissue has differently shaped bricks cells.


They contain no blood vessels, so to receive nutrients from other substances such as connective tissues.
Connective Tissues
Connective tissues provides transport system in our body so we are able to have oxygen and other substances.

formed mainly by fibroblasts and collagen fibers

Muscular Tissues
The main function of the muscular tissue is movement

Its made up of skeletal bones

There are Three types of muscle tissue are cardiac, smooth, and skeletal
Nervous tissue
Communication and integration are the two biggest roles in the nervous system.

They have to categories of cells neurons and neuroglia.


Because the structure of muscular tissue is skeletal it allows the function to be MOVEMeNT !!!
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