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Tissue Introduction

Tissue Introduction

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  • 1. Tissues
    Chapter 3.1
    Intoduction & Basics
  • 2. Levels of Structural Organization
    Figure 1.1
  • 3. Levels of Structural Organization
    Atoms
    Building blocks of matter.
  • 4. Levels of Structural Organization
    Atoms
    Building blocks of matter.
    Cells
    Smallest unit in all living organisms.
  • 5. Levels of Structural Organization
    Atoms
    Building blocks of matter.
    Cells
    Smallest unit in all living organisms.
    Tissues
    Similar types of cells that have a similar function.
  • 6. Levels of Structural Organization
    Organs
    Structure of two or more tissues that performs a specific function for the body.
  • 7. Levels of Structural Organization
    Organs
    Structure of two or more tissues that performs a specific function for the body.
    Organ System
    Groups of organs that accomplish a common purpose.
    11 systems in the human body
  • 8. Levels of Structural Organization
    Organism
    All of the organ systems represent the structural organization.
    Notice the similarity between the structural organization and individual life functions
    Notice every system is impacted by the needs of an organism
  • 9. Protein Synthesis
    Figure 3.16
  • 10. Cell Diversity
    Figure 3.8a–g
  • 11. Cell Diversity
  • 12. Cell Diversity
    Figure 3.8f–g
  • 13. Body Tissues
    Cells are specialized for particular functions
    Cell differentiation (genes on and off)
    Structure differences linked to functional differences
    Tissues
    Groups of cells with similar structure and function
    Four primary types
    Epithelium
    Connective tissue
    Nervous tissue
    Muscle

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