Agenda                November 15, 2012• Take-up Quiz• Levels of Structural Organization• Lesson: 4 Types of Animal Tissue...
Levels of Structural Organization
TISSUESAnimal Tissues
Tissue         • A collection of similar cells that perform a           specialized function         • 4 major types:http:...
Tissue Types               http://leavingbio.net/CELL%20DIVERSITY_files/image003.jpg
Epithelial Tissue• Thin sheets of tightly packed cells lining  organs• Example: skin, lining of capillaries and  digestive...
Types of Epithelial Tissue        http://www.baileybio.com/plogger/images/anatomy___physiology/02._powerpoint_-_basic_hist...
Connective Tissue• Function: structural support, insulation• Example: bone, cartilage, fat, blood• Cells are held together...
Types of Connective Tissue                      http://mycozynook.com/20_05ConnectiveTissue-L.jpg
Muscle Tissue• Bundles of long cells• Capable of shortening  or contracting• Function: movement• Examples: heart  muscles,...
•   Neurons that interact with each other•   Conduct electrical impulses•   Communicates within the body•   Example: brain...
ORGAN & ORGAN SYSTEM
Activity: OrganStep 1 – Label Organs   1.       Draw shape of human body on chart paper   2.       Draw & Label as many OR...
Activity: Organ SystemStep 3 – Organ Systems  1. On your human body diagram, connect organs     that are responsible for e...
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    1. 1. Agenda November 15, 2012• Take-up Quiz• Levels of Structural Organization• Lesson: 4 Types of Animal Tissue – worksheet• Activity: Organs & Organ Systems – handout• HW: Stem cell Ethical issues
    2. 2. Levels of Structural Organization
    3. 3. TISSUESAnimal Tissues
    4. 4. Tissue • A collection of similar cells that perform a specialized function • 4 major types:http://www.bio.davidson.edu/people/kabernd/BerndCV/Lab/EpithelialInfoWeb/index_clip_image001.jpg
    5. 5. Tissue Types http://leavingbio.net/CELL%20DIVERSITY_files/image003.jpg
    6. 6. Epithelial Tissue• Thin sheets of tightly packed cells lining organs• Example: skin, lining of capillaries and digestive tract• Function: – Prevent dehydration – Reduce friction
    7. 7. Types of Epithelial Tissue http://www.baileybio.com/plogger/images/anatomy___physiology/02._powerpoint_-_basic_histology/types_of_epithelial_tissue.jpg
    8. 8. Connective Tissue• Function: structural support, insulation• Example: bone, cartilage, fat, blood• Cells are held together by a liquid / solid / gel matrix
    9. 9. Types of Connective Tissue http://mycozynook.com/20_05ConnectiveTissue-L.jpg
    10. 10. Muscle Tissue• Bundles of long cells• Capable of shortening or contracting• Function: movement• Examples: heart muscles, skeletal muscles, intercostal muscles of the digestive tract http://www.umm.edu/graphics/images/en/19917.jpg
    11. 11. • Neurons that interact with each other• Conduct electrical impulses• Communicates within the body• Example: brain http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_guSOnFRs_Ks/TNvFt3IAtSI/AAAAAAAAAQc/_0oQdq46EmY/s1600/neurons.jpg
    12. 12. ORGAN & ORGAN SYSTEM
    13. 13. Activity: OrganStep 1 – Label Organs 1. Draw shape of human body on chart paper 2. Draw & Label as many ORGANS as possible inside the human body. • Discuss within your group, -Where does each organ go within our body? -What is the main function of each organ? 3. Check your diagram to your teacherStep 2 – Charades1.Silently act out the function of your assigned organ *You can use analog to describe the function (ex. The Brain is the controlling center for all other organs, it will be the rule of principle in school community. Act out the rule of principle.)2.Class will guess your organ with explanation
    14. 14. Activity: Organ SystemStep 3 – Organ Systems 1. On your human body diagram, connect organs that are responsible for each of the organ system. -Using organ system handout as reference

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