Chapter 3 Tissues  Quick and Dirty
Tissues Types  1) Epithelial  2) Connective  3) Muscle  4) Nervous  Seems pretty simple right? Hold that thought…  cause h...
Tissues: Epithelial  Described by  SHAPE  and  LAYERS   Layers  Simple:  A layer a single cell thick Stratified:  Many lay...
Tissues: Epithelial  Described by  SHAPE  and  LAYERS   Shapes  “ Squamous”  (means Scale) = Flat and Thin Cuboidal  (soun...
Tissues: Epithelial  So what happens when you put them together?  A Good Description Stratified Squamous Epithelium   Foun...
Now you try one How many cell layers are there? 1 Making it  SIMPLE  What shape are the cells?  Pillar-like or Rectangular...
Tissues: Connective  Defining element:  Extracellular matrix  = a secretion of structureless ground substances and fibers ...
Tissues: Connective  Here we see the  Matrix  of  Bone  Hyaline Cartilage Found in the sternum connecting the ribs  Bone
Tissues: Connective  Fibers  also make up a good portion of Connective Tissue.   Example:  Collagen Fibers   Lets not forg...
Tissues: Muscles  Only  3  kinds (Woo Hoo!!)  Skeletal:  Multinucleated, long fibers, Striated & Voluntary Smooth:  (makes...
Tissues: Muscles  <ul><li>Cardiac Muscle:  </li></ul><ul><li>Short and Branched   </li></ul><ul><li>Connected together by ...
Tissues: Nervous  Neurons  are the cell bodies of the Nerve cells  Conduct  electrochemical  impulses across the body They...
Tomorrow  We Lab…be ready
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Chapter 3 tissues intro

  1. 1. Chapter 3 Tissues Quick and Dirty
  2. 2. Tissues Types 1) Epithelial 2) Connective 3) Muscle 4) Nervous Seems pretty simple right? Hold that thought… cause here we go. Key thing to remember “ FORM fits the FUNCTION”
  3. 3. Tissues: Epithelial Described by SHAPE and LAYERS Layers Simple: A layer a single cell thick Stratified: Many layers thick
  4. 4. Tissues: Epithelial Described by SHAPE and LAYERS Shapes “ Squamous” (means Scale) = Flat and Thin Cuboidal (sounds like “Cube” right?) = Cube shaped Columnar (Looks like a “Pillar” right?) = Rectangular in shape “ Squamous” (means Scale) = Flat and Thin “ Squamous” (means Scale) = Flat and Thin
  5. 5. Tissues: Epithelial So what happens when you put them together? A Good Description Stratified Squamous Epithelium Found as: Skin or the Lining of your Esophagus
  6. 6. Now you try one How many cell layers are there? 1 Making it SIMPLE What shape are the cells? Pillar-like or Rectangular = Columnar Description (NAME)? Simple Columnar Epithelium Found in the GI Tract or Intestines
  7. 7. Tissues: Connective Defining element: Extracellular matrix = a secretion of structureless ground substances and fibers in-between cells <ul><li>Includes </li></ul><ul><li>Bone </li></ul><ul><li>Cartilage </li></ul><ul><li>Tendons and ligaments </li></ul><ul><li>Adipose (Butts and breasts) </li></ul><ul><li>Basement Membranes (what holds your skin on to your body) </li></ul>
  8. 8. Tissues: Connective Here we see the Matrix of Bone Hyaline Cartilage Found in the sternum connecting the ribs Bone
  9. 9. Tissues: Connective Fibers also make up a good portion of Connective Tissue. Example: Collagen Fibers Lets not forget our friend Blood (Blood Plasma =matrix) He counts too! Lets not forget our friend Blood (Blood Plasma =matrix) He counts too! Fibers also make up a good portion of Connective Tissue. Fibers also make up a good portion of Connective Tissue. Example: Collagen Fibers Fibers also make up a good portion of Connective Tissue.
  10. 10. Tissues: Muscles Only 3 kinds (Woo Hoo!!) Skeletal: Multinucleated, long fibers, Striated & Voluntary Smooth: (makes up hollow organs like the stomach, intestines and blood vessels) Single nucleated, non-striated Moves things with peristalsis (think of squeezing a tube of toothpaste) & Involuntary
  11. 11. Tissues: Muscles <ul><li>Cardiac Muscle: </li></ul><ul><li>Short and Branched </li></ul><ul><li>Connected together by Intercalated discs (they contain Gap Junctions to send messages to the next muscle cell) </li></ul><ul><li>*Why is this important? </li></ul><ul><li>Mono-nucleated </li></ul><ul><li>Involuntary </li></ul>
  12. 12. Tissues: Nervous Neurons are the cell bodies of the Nerve cells Conduct electrochemical impulses across the body They can have extensions that go as long as 3 ft long in some parts of the body!
  13. 13. Tomorrow We Lab…be ready
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