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    • TISSUES
    • The skeletal muscle The cardiac muscle is the muscle in theare the muscles that walls of the heart, its a lot like thewhen you touchyour skin you can skeletal muscle and the smooth musclefeel and move. they because it can be involuntary like theare muscles that are skeletal, which means that it isattached to your controlled by the nervous system, but ifbones, to help youmove and protect it didn’t have a nervous system it wouldyour bones.(4) also be voluntary like the smooth muscle, which controls itself. (4) The smooth muscle can be found in the wall of hollow organs, like the stomach. Its there to protect the organs but isn’t as colorful as the skeletal muscles, they blend in with the walls of the organs. (4) MUSCLES
    • Axon (nerve fiber): Transports information awayNervous tissue is from the soma. (4)made of neuronsand neurological Soma:cells, that transmit The partelectrical signals. (4) of the cell that contains the nucleus. (4) Dendrites: extending from the soma, receives information and moves it toward the soma. (4) NERVOUS
    • StratifiedTransitional- stratified; Stratified Squamous- Columnar-found in body areas Keratinized is made up multiple layers ofthat are subjected to of multiple layers of cells columnar cells,stress and tension with flattened squamous although only thechanges (ex. Urinary cells at the outer closest cells to thebladder) As tension surface. Possesses surface lookincreases, the cell will keratin which columnar inchange from a cuboidal contributes to its shape. Rare in theshape to squamous. protective qualities (ex. human body,This transition protects Skin) (4) found only in thethe distensible male urethra andstructures from tearing. in the mucous(4) layer near the anus. (4) Simple Squamous- Physically flat, scalelike cells. Substances can easily diffuse through this tissue. The microscopic air sacs in the lungs are made of this tissue. (4) EPETHELIAL
    • Pseudostratified- found in the lining of air passageways in the respiratory system and in areas of the male reproductive system. Only a single layer of irregularly shaped columnar cells touches the basement membrane, andSimple Cuboidal- because of the differing heights, many are not tall enough to reachmade of one layer of the upper surface of the epithelialcuboidal cells resting sheet. (4) Stratified Cuboidal-on a basement Protective function; atmembrane and least two rows of lowmakes up glands and cuboidal cells aretheir ducts (ex. randomly arranged atKidney) (4) the basement membrane. Located in sweat glands ducts, pharynx and parts of the epiglottis. (4) Glandular- specialized for secretory activity in the glands. Able to function unicellular or in clusters or specialized follicles like multicellular glands. (4) Epethelial
    • Areolar connective tissue consists of a loose arrangement of fibers. It contains all of the cellFiber types include: types mentioned, as•Collagenous fibers: well as all three fiberstrong and flexible types. Areolar also hasfibers that appear as an abundance of ground Adipose tissuewavy bundles in substance, which consists of adipocytes,tissue sections. appears white in tissue which store fat•Reticular fibers: thin preparations.(5) droplets. The nucleuscollagen fibers of the adipocyte iscoated with a located adjacent toglycoprotein. They the plasmatend to branch membrane.(5)extensively formingdelicate networks.•Elastic fibers:consist of the proteinelastin, which allowsfor stretching andrecoiling. (5) Connective tissues
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