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  • Tissue
    • Epithelial
    • Connective
    • Nervous
    • Muscular
    Credits
  • Epithelial
    • Composed entirely of cells
    • Most Common type
    • Come in Two Categories
      • Simple
      • Stratefied
    Simple Stratified Home
  • Simple Epithelia
    • One layer of cells
    • Broken into 3 subcategories
      • Simple Cuboidal
      • Simple Columnar
      • Simple Squamous
    Simple Columnar Simple Cuboidal SimpleSquamous Epithelia Home
  • Simple Columnar
    • Single layer of long cells with oval nuclei
    • Absorbs and secretes
    • Non-ciliated simple columnar cells line digestive tract and gall bladder
    • Ciliated simple columnar cells lines uterine tubes, and other regions of the uterus
    Simple Epithelia Stratified Epithelia Home
  • Simple Cuboidal
    • Single layer of square like cells with large circular nuclei
    • Secrets and absorbs in kidney tubules, ducts of glands and ovary surface
    Simple Epithelia Stratified Epithelia Home
  • Simple Squamous
    • Single layer of flattened cells with disc shaped nuclei
    • Used for Diffusion and Filtration
    Simple Epithelia Stratified Epithelia Home
  • Stratefied Epithelia
    • Multi-layered
    • Broke into three subcategories
      • Stratified Cuboidal
      • Stratified Columnar
      • Stratified Squamous
    Stratified Columnar Stratified Cuboidal Stratified Squamous Epithelium Home
  • Stratified Columnar
    • Very uncommon in the body
    • Found in pharynx and male urethra
    • Also at transitional areas between two other types of epithelium
    Simple Epithelia Stratified Epithelia Home
  • Stratified Cuboidal
    • Like Stratified columnar they are also very uncommon in the body
    • Usually two layers
    • Found in sweat and mammary glands
    Simple Epithelia Stratified Epithelia Home
  • Stratified Squamous
    • Made of several layers of flat cells
    • Protects underlying areas subjected to cuts and other wounds
    • Located in the epidermis and the lining of the mouth
    Simple Epithelia Stratified Epithelia Home
  • Connective Tissue
    • Bone
    • Blood
    • Cartilage
      • Fibrocartilage
      • Hyaline
      • Elastic Cartilage
    • Proper
      • Dense
        • Regular
        • Irregular
      • Loose
        • Adipose
        • Reticular
        • Areolar
    Bone Proper Cartilage Blood Home
  • Bone (Osseous Tissue)
    • A connective tissue that forms the bony skeleton
    • Used to support and protect body structures
    Connective Tissue Home
  • Blood
    • The most Atypical connective tissue
    • Developed from mesenchyme and consists of Blood cells
    Connective Tissue Home
  • Cartilage
    • Broken into three parts
      • Fibro-cartilage
      • Hyaline
      • Elastic Cartilage
    Connective Tissue Fibro-cartilage Hyaline Elastic Cartilage Home
  • Cartilage : Fibro-cartilage
    • Rotating rows of chondrocytes and collagen fibers
    • Found where strong support and heavy resistance is required
    Connective Tissue Cartilage Home
  • Cartilage : Hyaline
    • Firm matrix with a network of collagen fibers
    • Has lacunae
    • Supports compression
    • Found in embryonic skeleton
    Connective Tissue Cartilage Home
  • Cartilage : Elastic Cartilage
    • Very simaler to Hyaline cartilage but consists of more elastin fibers
    • Found where strength and exceptional strechability are found
    Connective Tissue Cartilage Home
  • Proper
    • Broken into two categories
      • Dense
        • Dense Regular
        • Dense Irregular
      • Loose
        • Loose Adipose
        • Loose Reticular
        • Loose Areolar
    Connective Tissue Proper : Dense Proper : Loose Home
  • Proper: Dense
    • Broken into two subcategories
      • Dense : Regular
      • Dense: Irregular
    Connective Tissue Dense Regular Dense Irregular Proper Home
  • Proper: Dense Regular
    • Parallel collagen fibers with a few elastic fibers
    • Major cell type is fibroblasts
    • Attaches muscles to bone, muscle to muscle and bone to bone
    • Found in tendons and ligaments
    Connective Tissue Proper Home
  • Proper: Dense Irregular
    • Sometimes arranges collagen fibers with some elastic fibers
    • Major cell type : Fibroblasts
    • Withstands a lot of tension
    • Found in digestive tract and fibrous organ capsules
    Connective Tissue Proper Home
  • Proper: Loose
    • Broken into three categories
      • Areolar
      • Adipose
      • Reticular
    Connective Tissue Adipose Reticular Areolar Proper Home
  • Proper : Loose Adipose
    • Also called (Fat tissue)
    • Great nutrition storing ability
    • Closely packed cells
    • Can develop almost anywhere
    Connective Tissue Proper Home
  • Proper : Loose Reticular
    • Only fibers in its matrix are reticular fibers
    • Consist of reticular cells aswell
    Connective Tissue Proper Home
  • Proper : Loose Areolar
    • Loosly arranged fibers
    • Areola means “small open space”
    • Functions
      • Support and bind other tissue
      • Holding bodily fluids
      • Defending against infection
    Connective Tissue Proper Home
  • Nervous
    • Main component of the nervouse system – brain, spinal cord and nerves
    • Made of branching cells called neurons
    Neurons Home
  • Neurons
    • Neurons are highly specialized nerve cells that generate and conduct nerve impulses
    • Usually branching cells
    Nervous Home
  • Muscular
    • Highly cellular
    • Possess myofilaments
    • Broke into three types
      • Skeletal
      • Cardiac
      • Smooth
    Skeletal Smooth Cardiac Connective Tissue Home
  • Skeletal
    • Long cylindrical cells
    • Controls voluntary movement
    • Found in skeletal muscles that attach bones or skin.
    Muscular Connective Tissue Home
  • Smooth
    • Sheets of cells with the nuclei in the center
    • Propels substances along internal passageways
    • Found in the walls of organs
    Muscular Connective Tissue Home
  • Cardiac
    • Branching uninucleate cells connect at intercalated discs
    • Starts blood circulation
    • Found in the walls of the heart
    Muscular Connective Tissue Home
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