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  • 1. Introduction
    By Michael Borda
  • 2. Tissues
    Epithelial Tissue
    Connective Tissue
    Nervous Tissue
    Muscle Tissue
  • 3. Epithelial Tissue
    They are tissues that live in the interior and exterior of the body surfaces, also known as known as simple epithelium.
    Some functions; Protection, Sensation, and Absorption.
    Examples – Squamous, Cuboidal, Columnar
  • 4. Connective Tissue
    Connective tissue is responsible for providing structural support for the tissues and organs of the body.
    Examples – Embryonic CT and Ordinary  CT.
  • 5. Nervous Tissue
    Nerve impulses that are transmitted through the body.
    Examples of Neurons – Unipolar Neurons, Bipolar Neurons, and Multipolar Neurons
  • 6. Muscle Tissue
    Producing movement, maintaining posture, stabilizing joints, generating heat.
    Examples-Smooth Involuntary MT , Striated Voluntary MT, and Cardiac MT.
  • 7. Homeostasis
    The ability of an organism or cell to maintain internal equilibrium by adjusting its physiological process.
    Example - sweating to maintain normal body temperature.
  • 8. Feedback Inhabitation
    The process in which a stimulus produces a response that opposes the original stimulus.
    Examples- Controlling blood pressure

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