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Types of Tissue

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katia cabrera

on 10 February 2017

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Muscular
Nervous
Tissue in the skeletal muscles such as biceps are voluntary which means you can move them at your own will additionally the help with moving.
Tissue in the organ walls known as smooth muscle tissue are involuntary so we can't control them and they blood, food and waste through body's organs
Lastly the tissue that make up the walls of the heart aka cardiac muscle tissue are also involuntary and it controls Synchronous contractions of heart beat to produce it.
Pseudostratified Columnar are appears to be stratified but is simple its found in the lining of air passages and reproductive tubes. It works on secretion and cilia aided movement.
Simple squamous (top right) is single layered, flat and scale because it forms the solid layer of cells that lines blood vessels and organs . Also works with filtration and diffusion. Stratified squamous (bottom right) is multiple layers, flat and scale because it forms the epidermis and works with protection.
Types of Tissue
Muscular tissue
One of the four types of tissues.It is found throughout the body and are tightly together to form a protection barrier. They're classified through cell arrangement and cell shape.
Epithelial
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Simple cuboidal ( top left) are single lad and cubed shape. They are found in the kidneys so they work on reabsorption and secretion. Stratified cubiodal are more than one layer yet are rarely found in the salivary and sweat glands.
Simple columnar (bottom left) are single layered tall elongated cells found in the linings of the digestive tract, it work on reabsorption and secretion. Stratified columnar have multiple layers and are rarely found in the harynx and larynx.
Muscles tissues are found in 3 locations, the picture above shows where (heart, organ walls and skeletal bones). Tissue in the skeletal muscles such as biceps are voluntary which means you can move them at your own will additionally the help with moving. Tissue in the organ walls are involuntary so we can't control them and they blood, food and waste through body's organs. Lastly the tissue that make up the walls of the heart are also involuntary and it controls Synchronous contractions of heart beat to produce it.
They are located in the in, spinal cord and in nerves. Nervous tissue works on transmitting nerve impulses to the body through neurons which is near the middle if you look at the picture. Neuralgia cells which are are the darker spots on the pictures support, insulate and protect the neurons.
Connective
There's 6 types of connective tissues that are found throughout the body. Bone, Cartilage, Dense and loose connective tissue and Blood, the function depends where they're are located. However they all have a matrix of living cells and nonliving substances and good blood supply
The bone is the most rigid, has a 3 ring appearance that can you circled in the picture. It provides support and protection throughout the body.
There is 3 parts to the cartilages.The Hyaline are most common and covers the end of bones and joints. Also supports the respiratory passages
The Elastic are found in external ear, voice box and larynx. It’s more flexible and elastic.
Lastly Fibrocartilage are found in the discs of the vertebral

Dense regular (top) run in one direction makes ups tendons that connects muscles to bones and ligaments that connects bones to bones. Dense irregular (bottom) run in different directions and found in the lower layers of skin
Areolar are loose arrangement of cells which help fibers cushion organs. Adipose enlarged nucleus are filled with oil and it’s a storehouse for energy. Additionally it protects and insulates. Reticular is delicate network of fibers and cells that are located in organs such as lymph nodes, spleen and bone that allows it to provide internal support for organs

Blood is the softest connective tissue and that allows to move throughout the body carrying nutrients, wastes, gases and other substance.
I believe the connective tissue is the best type of tissue in its' location because it include the bone. The bones are throughout the body so that helps with their job of providing support. Its not hard to imagine what we would be like without any support, I do believe we would just be all wobbly and unable to move even though with have muscle tissue. We still need something firm and the bone is the most rigid of the connective tissue.
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