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Tissue Project

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Kaitlin Rowland

on 13 October 2012

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photo (cc) Malte Sörensen @ flickr Muscle Tissue Types of tissues Tissues By Kaitlin Rowland Nervous Tissue Locations Spinal Cord
Nerves Locations Nerves Enclosed, cable like bundle of axons in the nervous system.
Consists of Neurons Locations Brain
Nerves Nerves Nerves are a bundle of fibers that transmits impulses to the brain or spinal cord. Consists of Neurons. Functions sensory integration
controls muscles and glands
mental activity Sensory Input is stimuli that the nervous system receives from the internal and external envirnoment Sensory Input Homeostasis Homeostasis regulates internal environment that maintains a healthy condition EX: Salivating to help maintain a good body temperature. Smooth Muscle Skeletal Muscle Cardiac Muscle Types of Muscles Locations Bladder
Blood vessels
Gastrointestinal tract Functions Regulates organ sizes
Forces fluids through tubes
Controls amount of light entering the eye
Produces goose flesh under the skin
Involuntary Involuntary is....... The bodies ability to contract without constant awareness Blood vessels
Hollow Organs Functions Pumps the blood
Involuntary Locations Located in the heart Functions Movement of the body
Voluntary Locations Attaches to bone and connective tissues Epithelial Tissue Types of Epithelial Simple Squamos Simple Cuboidal Simple Columnar Stratified Squamos Stratified Cuboidal Stratified Columnar Pseudostratified Columnar Transitional Connective Tissue Embryonic Connective tissue & Adult Connective Tissue Function Diffusion
Little protection from friction
Absorption Located Lining of blood and lymphatic vessels and small ducts
Aveoli of the lungs
Loop of Henle in kidney tubules
Lining of serous membranes
Inner surface of the eardrum Function Active transport and facilitated diffusion
Secrection by cells of glands
Movement to particles embedded in mucus out of the bronchioles Locations Kidney tubules
Glands and their ducts
Choroid plexus of the brain
Lining of terminal bronchioles of the lungs
Surface of the ovaries Locations Glands and some ducts
Bronchioles of lungs
Auditory tubes
Uterine tubes
Bile ducts
Ventricles of the brain Functions Movement of particles out of the bronchioles
Movement of the oocyte through the uterine tubes
Screction of the glands, stomach and intestine
Absorption of the intestine Functions Functions Protection against abrasion
Barrier against infection
Prevents water loss Locations Skin
Inferior urethra
cornea Locations Sweat gland ducts
Follicular cells
Salivary gland ducts Functions Secretion
Protection against infection Functions Protection
Secrection Locations Mammary gland duct
Portion of male urethra Functions Synthesize and secrete mucus onto the free surface and move the fluid that contains foreign particles over the surface of the free surface and from passages Locations Lining of the nasal cavity
Nasal Sinuses
Auditory tubes
Bronchi of lungs Locations Lining of the urinary bladder
Superior urethra Functions Accommodates fluctuations in the volume of fluid in an organ
Protects against caustic effects of urine Types of embryonic connective tissue Mucous connective tissue Mesenchyme Types of Adult Connective Tissue Loose connective tissue Dense Connective Tissue Connective Tissue With Special Properties Cartilage connective tissue Bones connective tissue Blood and Hemopietic tissue Loose connective tissue Dense connective tissue Dense regular collagenous connective tissue Dense regular elastic connective tissue Dense regular collagenous connective tisssue Dense irregular elastic connective tissue Connective tissues with special propeties Adipose Reticular Cartilage Hyaline Cartilage Fibrocartilage Elastic Cartilage Bones Cancellous Bone Compact Bone Blood and Hemopietic Blood Bone Marrow Location The umbilical cord of a new\born Location The Embryo Functions Loose Packing
Nourishment Locations Where epithelial basement rest
Packing between glands, muscles, and nerves
Attaches skin to tissue Locations Tendons
Ligaments Functions Ability to withstand pulling forces
Tensile strength
Stretch resistance Functions Stretching
Recoiling with strength Locations Ligaments between vertebrae and dorsal
Vocal Cords Locations Sheaths
Dermis of the skin
Organ capsules
Outer covering of body tubes Functions Tensile strength capable of withstanding stretching in all directions Locations Locations Elastic arteries Functions Stretches in several directions Functions Packing Material
Thermal insulator
Energy storage
Protecting of organs LOCATION Subcutaneous areas
Renal pelvis
Around kidneys
Surface of the colon
Mammary Glands
Loose connective tissue Locations Lymph nodes
Bone Marrow Functions Provides structure for lymphatic and hemopoietic tissues functions Growth of long bones
Provides rigidity with some flexibility in the trachea, bronchi, ribs, and nose.
Forms embryonic skeleton Locations Respiratory system
surface of bones
Embryonic skeleton Functions Connects structures tha deal with great pressure
Flexibile Locations Intervertebral disks
symphsis pubis
Articular disks
locations External ear
Auditory tubes Functions Provides rigidty
Flexible Function Provides strength and support without a lot of weight Location Outer portions of all bones
Shafts of long bones Location Blood Vessels
Functions Transports O2, CO2, nutrients, watse, and other substnaces
Protects from infection
Location Within marrow cavities of bone Function Production of new blood cells
Lipid storage FUNCTION Provides strength and support without compact bone LOCATION Interior bones in the skull,vertebrae, sternum and pelvis
Ends of long bones
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