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  • Animal Tissues Biology Year 2
  • Anatomy and physiology
    • Study of body parts (name and location)
    • Study of the organs and the systems
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  • Histology
    • Study of tissues
  • Epithelial tissues
    • Covers nearly all external and internal body surfaces
    • Provide structure
    • Polarized
      • Apical (free surface) and basal membrane (attached surface)
        • thin sheet of collagen and glycoproteins
  • Terms
    • “ simple” - single layer
    • “ stratified” - two or more layers
    • “ squamous” - cells are flattened
    • “ cuboidal” - box-shaped rather than flat
    • “ columnar” - taller than wide, height at least twice its width
  • Epithelial tissues
    • Simple squamous
    • Simple cuboidal
    • Simple columnar
    • Stratified epithelium
    • Ciliated columnar epithelium
  • Simple squamous
    • Filtration and diffusion
    • Can be for protection
  • Simple cuboidal
    • Selective permeability
    • Protection from abrasion, foreign particles, etc.
  • Simple columnar
    • Protection
    • Also selectively permeable
  • Stratified epithelium
    • Squamous
      • Found in linings of the esophagus
    • Columnar (rare)
      • Found in linings of the anus, uterus, etc.
    • Cuboidal (rare)
      • Found in sweat, mammary, salivary glands, etc.
  • Ciliated columnar epithelium
    • Has cilia (small hair-like projections)
    • Found in the trachea, bronchial regions, Fallopian tubes, etc.
  • Connective tissue
    • Fibrous tissue
    • Cartilage tissue
    • Bone tissue
    • Adipose tissue
    • Blood cells
    • Muscle tissues
    • Nervous tissue
  • Fibrous Tissue
    • Common type
    • Loose or dense
      • Fascia (dense)
    • Holds muscle cells and surrounds cells of the nerves
  • Cartilage tissue
    • Found at joint surfaces, rib ends, etc.
    • Strong support yet flexible
  • Bone Tissue
    • Formed by osteoblasts
    • Characteristic pattern of hole and lamellae
    • Is still considered living material
    • When broken, bone repairs
  • Blood cells
    • Transports and circulates materials in the body
    • Has plasma
    • Types are the following:
      • Red blood cells or erythrocytes
      • White blood cells or leucocytes
      • Platelets or thrombocytes
  • Muscular tissue
    • Will be reported 
  • Adipose Tissue
    • Supporting tissue
    • Fat storage and padding
    • Characteristic globules
  • Nervous tissue
    • Responsible for senses