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  • 1. Tissues
    • Epithelial Tissue
    • Connective Tissue
    • Muscle Tissue
    • Nerve Tissue
    Tissue- Epithelial , Connective , Muscle, Nerve, Credits
  • 2. Epithelial Tissue
    • Widespread throughout the whole body.
    • Epithelial cells may be; Squamous, Cuboidal, or Columnar in shape.
    • Functions of Epithelial Tissue
    Simple Epithelial , Stratified Epithelial
  • 3. Stratified Epithelial
    • Two or more cell layers
    • The Basal Cells
    • Durability
    Stratified Columnar , Transitional, Stratified Squamous , Stratified Cuboidal
  • 4. Stratified Columnar
    • Limited Distribution in the body
    Transitional, Stratified Squamous , Stratified Cuboidal
  • 5. Transitional
    • It is a stratified Epithelium
    • It forms the lining of hollow urinary organs
    • The bladder stretches when full.
    Stratified Columnar, Stratified Squamous , Stratified Cuboidal
  • 6. Stratified Squamous
    • Most widespread of the stratified epithelia
    • Forms the external part of the skin
    • The epidermis is keratinized
    Stratified Columnar , Transitional, Stratified Cuboidal
  • 7. Stratified Cuboidal
    • It’s rare
    • Mostly found in the largest ducts of sweat glands
    Stratified Columnar, Transitional , Stratified Squamous
  • 8. Simple Epithelial
    • Is composed of a single layer
    • Very good at protection
    • Found where absorption and filtration occur
    Simple Columnar, Pseudostratified Columnar , Simple Cuboidal , Simple Squamous
  • 9. Simple Columnar
    • Tall closely packed cells
    • Mostly associated with absorption
    Pseudostratified Columnar , Simple Cuboidal , Simple Squamous
  • 10. Pseudostratified Columnar
    • Vary in height
    • Gives a false impression
    • It is similar to Simple Columnar
    Simple Columnar, Simple Cuboidal , Simple Squamous
  • 11. Simple Cuboidal
    • Single layered cells
    • String of Bead
    • Located in the smallest ducts of sweat glands
    Simple Columnar , Pseudostratified Columnar , Simple Squamous
  • 12. Simple Squamous
    • Thin and shaped laterally flat
    • Mesothelium
    • Located in the kidneys
    Simple Columnar, Pseudostratified Columnar , Simple Cuboidal
  • 13. Connective Tissue
    • It is found everywhere in the body
    • Characteristics of connective tissue
    • The four main classes are; Connective Tissue Proper, Cartilage, Bone, and Blood
    Connective Tissue Proper, Cartilage, Bones , Blood
  • 14. Connective Tissue- Proper
    • Connective Tissue proper has two subclasses: Loose connective tissue, and Dense connective tissue
    • Different from Epithelial Tissue
    • Spread out in intervals
    Loose Connective, Dense Connective
  • 15. Loose Connective
    • Found beneath the dermis of the skin
    • Specialized Connective Tissue in the body
    Adipose , Reticular, Areolar
  • 16. Dense Connective
    • Subclasses are; Elastic, Dense Connective, and Dense Regular
    • Consists mainly of collage
    Elastic, Dense Irregular , Dense Regular
  • 17. Adipose Connective
    • Accounts for 90% of the tissue’s mass
    • Packed closely together
    • Without the fat stores in our Adipose tissue we could not live for more than a few days
    Reticular , Areolar
  • 18. Reticular Connective Tissue
    • Resembles Areolar Connective tissue
    • Network of reticular fibers
    Adipose, Areolar
  • 19. Areolar Connective
    • The functions of Areolar tissue
    • Very loose
    • Most widely distributed Connective tissue
    Adipose , Reticular
  • 20. Elastic Connective
    • Forms a fibrous membrane
    Dense Irregular , Dense Regular
  • 21. Dense Irregular Connective
    • Forms sheets in areas of the body
    • Forms fibrous joint capsules
    Elastic , Dense Irregular
  • 22. Dense Regular Connective
    • Contains closely packed bundles of collagen fibers
    • Great resistance to tension
    • Few cells
    Elastic , Dense Irregular
  • 23. Cartilage
    • Withstands both tension and compression
    • Cartilage is tough
    • Receive nutrients from blood cells
    Hyaline Cartilage , Fibrocartilage , Elastic Cartilage
  • 24. Hyaline Cartilage
    • Abundant cartilage in the body
    • Firm support
    Fibrocartilage , Elastic Cartilage
  • 25. Fibrocartilage
    • Perfect intermediate between hyaline cartilage and dense regular connective tissue
    • Compressible and resists tension well
    • Located in the intervertebral
    Hyaline Cartilage , Elastic Cartilage
  • 26. Elastic Cartilage
    • Nearly identical to hyaline cartilage
    • Forms the external ear and epiglottis
    Hyaline Cartilage, Fibrocartilage
  • 27. Bone
    • Rocklike hardness
    • Known as the osseous tissue
    • Bones are what make up the skeleton
    Bone
  • 28. Blood
    • Most atypical connective tissue
    • Function of blood is to transport nutrients
    Blood
  • 29. Muscle Tissue
    • Highly vascularized tissue
    • Responsible for most types of body movement
    • Myofilaments
    Skeletal Muscle, Cardiac Muscle , Smooth Muscle
  • 30. Cardiac Muscle
    • Found in the walls of the heart
    • Similar to skeletal muscle cells
    Skeletal Muscle , Smooth Muscle
  • 31. Skeletal Muscle
    • Muscle forms the flesh of the body
    • Muscle fibers
    Cardiac Muscle , Smooth Muscle
  • 32. Smooth Muscle
    • Found in the walls of the hollow organs
    • Spindle Shaped
    Cardiac Muscle , Skeletal Muscle
  • 33. Nerve
    • Main component of the nervous system
    • Neuron
    Nerve
  • 34. Credits
    • All sounds on slides 1-33 were spoken by Angela DiPasquale
    • All slides were written by Angela DiPasquale
    • Picture of tissue on slide one was taken by Zerlina
    • Picture of Epithelial tissue on slide two was taken by Angela, Brittany, and Andie
    • Picture of Stratified Epithelial on slide three was take by Akay
    • Picture of Stratified Columnar on slide four was taken by Angela Andie, and Brittany
    • Picture of Transitional tissue on slide five was taken by Akay
    • Picture of Stratified Squamous on slide six was taken by Greenflame09
    • Picture of Stratified Cuboidal on slide seven was take by Akay
    • Picture of Simple Epithelial on slide eight was taken by Nina
    • Picture of Simple Columnar on slide nine was taken by Greenflame09
    • Picture of Pseudostratified Columnar on slide ten was taken by Akay
    • Picture of Simple Cuboidal on slide eleven was taken by Seancloud2511
    • Picture of Simple Squamous on slide twelve was taken by Akay
    Credits
  • 35. Credits
    • Picture of Connective tissue on slide thirteen was taken by Angela, Andie, and Brittany
    • Picture of Connective tissue proper on slide fourteen was taken by Akay
    • Picture of Loose connective tissue on slide fifteen was taken by Christi
    • Picture of Dense connective tissue on slide sixteen was taken by Akay
    • Picture of Adipose tissue on slide seventeen was taken by Angela, Brittany, and Andie
    • Picture of Reticular Connective tissue on slide eighteen was take by Akay
    • Picture of Areolar Connective tissue on slide nineteen was taken by Akay
    • Picture of Elastic tissue on slide twenty was taken by wright.arron
    • Picture of Dense Irregular tissue on slide twenty-one was taken by Christi
    • Picture of Cartilage on slide twenty-three was taken by Akay
    • Picture of Hyaline Cartilage on slide twenty-four was taken by Angela, Brittany, and Andie
    • Picture of Fibrocartilage on slide twenty-five was taken by Kilpschy
    • Picture of Elastic Cartilage on slide twenty-six was taken by Akay
    • Picture of Bone on slide twenty-seven was taken by Curious expeditions
    • Picture of Blood on slide twenty-eight was taken by Angela, Brittany, and Andie
    • Picture of Muscle tissue on slide twenty-nine was taken by Sciencestuff
    • Picture of Cardiac muscle on slide thirty was taken by Angela, Brittany, and Andie
    • Picture of Skeletal Muscle on slide thirty-one was taken by Angela, Brittany, and Andie
    • Picture of Smooth Muscle on slide thirty-two was taken by Christi
    • Picture of Nerve tissue on slide thirty-three was taken by Akay
    • Picture of Flowers on Credits page was taken from Ragazza1983
    • Song on credits page was sung by Beetoveen