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Tissue Concept Map

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Karl Klopfstein

on 24 April 2013

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Tissue Types in the Body Nervous Epithelial Simple Squamous Simple Cuboidal Functions Is Found in Looks like Diffusion and Filtration The air sacs of the lungs and the walls of capillaries A single layer of flat cells Connective Muscle Secretion and Absorption Kidney, Tubules and ducts Single layer of cubes. Simple Columnar Secretion and Absorption Digestive tract and uterus Single layer of vertical columns. Pseudostratified Columnar Secretion and absorption Lining of Trachea, air passages, and reproductive tubes. Single layer with uneven nuclei that gives it a layered look and has cilia. Transition Epithelium Blocks Diffusion Urinary Bladder Group of cells that separates tissues. Stratified Squamous Protection Skin and mouth Multiple layers of flat cells. Cardiac Muscle Skeletal Muscle Smooth Muscle Voluntarily Controlled
Branded Appearance
Multiple nuclei
Attached to bones
Controls movement Involuntarily controlled Banded appearance
single nucleus
found in tissues of the circulatory pump Involuntarily controlled
Single nucleus
allows the ability to direct eyeballs
found in walls of stomach, uterus, and arteries Glandular Epithelium Make up the glands Forms the covering of all glands Nerve Tissue Made of Cell bodies (contains nucleus),Axon(conducts impulses), and Dendrite (receives impulses) found in The Spinal Cord Neurons which includes Cartilage Elastic Cartilage Hyaline Cartilage Fibrocartilage Tough, Shock absorbing cartilage found in the spine. Found in the external ear and larynx. Made of cells called chondrocytes and functions to provide support and attachments while cushioning bones Covers end of joints, nose, and respiratory passages to cushion bones. Tissue Made of Mast Cells (prevents clots) Macrophages (consumers) Fibroblasts
(produces fibers) Makes up Collagenous Fibers (bones, ligaments, and tendons) which are strong and flexible. Elastic Fibers (respiratory, ears, and vocal cords) which are very flexible. Loose Connective Tissue/ Areolar Tissue Adipose Tissue (Fat) Fibrous Connective Tissue Bone Tissue/Osseus Blood Tissue Binds underlying organs to skin and each other. Forms delicate thin membranes throughout the body. functions in support, includes tendons(muscle-bone) and ligaments(bone-bone), and can be found in the dermis of the skin. Enuclate (no nucleus) By: Karl Klopfstein Nucleus is moved to the edge of the cell in order create more space to contain fat. has the ability to Produce action potentials
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