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Tissues <ul><li>4 types of tissues in the human body: Epithelial, connective, muscle, nerve  </li></ul>Epithelial Tissue  ...
Epithelial Tissue <ul><li>Almost entirely made up of cells and can regenerate by cell division  </li></ul>Simple Epithelia...
simple epithelial  <ul><li>simple means 1 layer of cells  </li></ul>Home
stratified epithelial <ul><li>stratified means more than 1 layer  </li></ul>Home   Stratified cubodial   Stratified squamo...
pseudo stratified columnar  <ul><li>pseudo stratified columnar nuclei are seen at different layers  </li></ul>Home
Stratified Squamous  <ul><li>outer layer of skin and the esophagus and mouth.  </li></ul>Home
Stratified Cubodial  <ul><li>Found in some sweat glands and mammary glands  </li></ul>Home
Stratified columnar  <ul><li>found in the male urethra, pharynx and some granular ducts. </li></ul>Home
Transitional <ul><li>lines the urethra, uterus and the bladder  </li></ul>Home
connective tissue  <ul><li>Has 2 separate categories that are then divided into 5 subcategories. </li></ul><ul><li>Connect...
connective tissue bone <ul><li>supports, protects and provides levers for muscle to become active  </li></ul>Home
Connective tissue: blood <ul><li>made of red and white cells in a fluid matrix. </li></ul>Home
Connective tissue: cartilage  <ul><li>3 separate categories of cartilage  </li></ul>Home   elastic cartilage   hyaline car...
hyaline cartilage  <ul><li>found in trachea, the ends of long bones, nose, and larynx  </li></ul>Home
elastic cartilage <ul><li>supports epiglottis and ears  </li></ul>Home
fibro cartilage  <ul><li>found in the knee joint, intervertebrael discs and the pubic symphysis  </li></ul>Home
connective tissue proper: dense regular  <ul><li>found in ligaments, tendons, euroses  </li></ul>Home
connective tissue proper: dense irregular  <ul><li>found in fibrous organ capsules, the dermis, and the sub mucosa of the ...
Muscle <ul><li>Divided into Skeletal muscle, cardiac muscle, and smooth muscle. </li></ul><ul><li>Helps the body’s skeleta...
skeletal muscle <ul><li>found in muscles that attach to bones and skin  </li></ul>Home
Cardiac muscle tissue <ul><li>found in the walls of the heart  </li></ul>Home
smooth muscle tissue  <ul><li>found in the walls of hollow organs  </li></ul>Home
Nervous tissue <ul><li>found in brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves  </li></ul>Home
Credits <ul><li>This presentation was brought to you by John Peters!!!! </li></ul>
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Johns Tissue Presentation

  1. 1. Tissues <ul><li>4 types of tissues in the human body: Epithelial, connective, muscle, nerve </li></ul>Epithelial Tissue Connective Tissue Muscle Tissue Nerve Tissue Credits
  2. 2. Epithelial Tissue <ul><li>Almost entirely made up of cells and can regenerate by cell division </li></ul>Simple Epithelial Stratified Epithelial Home
  3. 3. simple epithelial <ul><li>simple means 1 layer of cells </li></ul>Home
  4. 4. stratified epithelial <ul><li>stratified means more than 1 layer </li></ul>Home Stratified cubodial Stratified squamous Stratified columnar Pseudo stratified columnar transitional
  5. 5. pseudo stratified columnar <ul><li>pseudo stratified columnar nuclei are seen at different layers </li></ul>Home
  6. 6. Stratified Squamous <ul><li>outer layer of skin and the esophagus and mouth. </li></ul>Home
  7. 7. Stratified Cubodial <ul><li>Found in some sweat glands and mammary glands </li></ul>Home
  8. 8. Stratified columnar <ul><li>found in the male urethra, pharynx and some granular ducts. </li></ul>Home
  9. 9. Transitional <ul><li>lines the urethra, uterus and the bladder </li></ul>Home
  10. 10. connective tissue <ul><li>Has 2 separate categories that are then divided into 5 subcategories. </li></ul><ul><li>Connective tissue attaches bones to bones and muscles to bones. </li></ul>Home connective tissue: bone Connective tissue: blood Connective tissue: cartilage connective tissue proper: dense irregular connective tissue proper: dense regular
  11. 11. connective tissue bone <ul><li>supports, protects and provides levers for muscle to become active </li></ul>Home
  12. 12. Connective tissue: blood <ul><li>made of red and white cells in a fluid matrix. </li></ul>Home
  13. 13. Connective tissue: cartilage <ul><li>3 separate categories of cartilage </li></ul>Home elastic cartilage hyaline cartilage fibro cartilage
  14. 14. hyaline cartilage <ul><li>found in trachea, the ends of long bones, nose, and larynx </li></ul>Home
  15. 15. elastic cartilage <ul><li>supports epiglottis and ears </li></ul>Home
  16. 16. fibro cartilage <ul><li>found in the knee joint, intervertebrael discs and the pubic symphysis </li></ul>Home
  17. 17. connective tissue proper: dense regular <ul><li>found in ligaments, tendons, euroses </li></ul>Home
  18. 18. connective tissue proper: dense irregular <ul><li>found in fibrous organ capsules, the dermis, and the sub mucosa of the digestive tract. </li></ul>Home
  19. 19. Muscle <ul><li>Divided into Skeletal muscle, cardiac muscle, and smooth muscle. </li></ul><ul><li>Helps the body’s skeletal system move </li></ul>Home skeletal muscle smooth muscle cardiac muscle
  20. 20. skeletal muscle <ul><li>found in muscles that attach to bones and skin </li></ul>Home
  21. 21. Cardiac muscle tissue <ul><li>found in the walls of the heart </li></ul>Home
  22. 22. smooth muscle tissue <ul><li>found in the walls of hollow organs </li></ul>Home
  23. 23. Nervous tissue <ul><li>found in brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves </li></ul>Home
  24. 24. Credits <ul><li>This presentation was brought to you by John Peters!!!! </li></ul>

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