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Elastic Cartilage: cartilage with elastic as well ascollagenous fibers; provides elasticity and firmness, asin, for example, the cartilage of the external ear. 2)Blood: is the most unusual connective tissue, it existsin a liquid state and contains neither ground substancesnor fibers. 2) Citation #2
Muscle: specialized tissue type that producesmovement. 2)Skeletal: also known as voluntary or striatedvoluntary muscle; muscles under willed orvoluntary control. 2)
• Epithelial tissue lies on a basement membrane. That means underlying the cells that are the cellular component of the epithelial tissue, there is a layer of acellular ("a-" means not, so "acellular“ means not cellular) material. This basement membrane can be thought of as a sticky layer to keep the epithelial cells attached to whatever underlies them. The bottom edge of the epithelial tissue abuts the basement membrane; this bottom edge is called the basal surface. The edge of the epithelial tissue that faces the lumen (or the outside world) is called the apical surface. Citation #1
-Cells within this tissue readily divide to make more cells. This helps thistissue recover after any sort of abrasions occur.-This tissue does not have any vasculature. This means that there are noblood vessels within it. This should make sense, since epithelial tissue islikely to get damaged by material moving against it– and you dont wantto bleed every time something bangs into your skin or every time youswallow somethingrough.-The cells within this tissue are firmly attached to each other. As aborder-tissue, if the cells werent adherent to one another, it would be aleaky border. This would be no good-- liquids from inside of us woulddrip out! Yuck! So the cells all make the type of junctions with eachother called tight junctions. Citation #1
Simple Squamous• Simple squamous: So thin that it offers almost no protection; it functions to allow materials to pass through.Citation #1 2
Stratified Squamous• Stratified squamous-This tissue is usually made up of so many layers of cells that it offers the most protection to the underlying tissue (thats why we find it in skin). Citation #1 2
Transitional• Transitional is tissue consisting of multiple layers of epithelial cells which can contract and expand. These cells, part of the epithelium, are found in the urinary bladder, in the ureters, and in the superior urethra and gland ducts of the prostate.Citation #1 1
• Glandular epithelial cells are specialized epithelial cells that secrete bodily products, sometimes called simply glands. Glands include two types: endocrine and exocrine 1) • Cit Citation #3
• Smooth: muscles that are not under conscious control; also known as involuntary or visceral muscle; forms the walls of blood vessels and hollow organs. 2)
• Cardiac: specialized muscle that makes up the heart. 2)
• Nervous: specialized tissue type consisting of neurons and glia that provides rapid communication and control of body function. 2)
• Stratified columnar- protective epithelium has multiple layers of columnar cells, only the most superficial cells are truly columnar in appearance, the epithelium is located in segments of the male urethra and in the mucous layer near the anus. (1)
• Simple Cuboidal- is composed of one layer of cuboidal cells resting on a basement membrane, it is seen in many types of glands and their ducts. (1)Stratified cuboidal- can be located in the sweatgland ducts, in the pharynx and over parts of theepiglottis (1)
Dense fibrous regular- The bundles of fibers arearranged in regular, parallel rows. Predominantlybundles of collagenous fibers and is flexible butpossesses great strength. 2)Dense fibrous irregular- the bundles of fibersare not arranged in parallel rows. Instead, theyintertwine to make a thick mat of strong connectivetissue that can withstand stresses applied fromanywhere. 2)
Bone- A highly specialized connective tissuewhose matrix is hard and calcified. 2)Hyaline cartilage- This is the most commontype of cartilage. It appears gelatinous andglossy. 2)
Fibrocartilage- Cartilage with the greatestnumber of collagenous fibers. It’s the strongestand most durable type of cartilage. 2)Connective Tissue: The most profuse andextensively spread tissue in the organism thatsupports the body and its parts, holds themtogether, transports substances, and protectsthem from foreign invaders. 2)
Loose Ordinary Fibrous: A glue like tissuethat fills in wherever needed, in the extra space.The loos fibrous tissue is called loose because ofthe lack of fibers and large amount of space. 2)Adipose Tissue is used by the body toprotect, insulate and store fats. The adiposetissue can be found underneath the skin, aroundkidneys, behind the eyeballs and on the surfaceof the heart. 2)
Reticular Tissue: Reticular connective tissueforms a scaffolding for other cells in severalorgans. 2)
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