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1 Tissue Review Answer the questions with your lab partner!

2 Name the four different types of tissues. epithelial, connective, nervous, muscular

3 What are the different types of epithelial tissues? Simple or stratified Squamous, cubodial, columnar, and pseudostratified columnar

4 Referring to BUTCH, where would you find epithelial tissue? SKIN, lining of body cavities such as the blood vessels, stomach, intestinal tract, nasal cavity, trachea, bronchi, heart, pancreas, salivary glands, and kidneys,

5 Locate simple squamous tissue Lining of heart, blood vessels, air sacs of lungs, walls of capillaries Located only where absorption takes place What is its main function? Filtration, diffusion, osmosis

6 Locate simple cubodial  Glands, ducts, surface of ovaries, lining of kidney tubules What is its main function?  Hormone Production and Excretion  Produce germ cells

7 Locate simple columnar tissue Lining of stomach, intestine, gallbladder, fallopian tubes What is its main function? Protection, secretion, absorption

8 Locate pseudostratified columnar tissue Lining of nasal cavity, bronchi, trachea (respiratory passages) What is its main function?  Protection, secretion

9 Transitional tissue is different from the rest because… It allows for expansion and recoil after stretching Ex. Bladder

10 Locate stratified squamous tissue Surface of skin, lining of mouth, throat, esophagus What is its main function? PROTECTION


12 What tissues are the following pictures:

13 What are the main connective tissue functions? Support, bind, and protect How are they identified? By their cells and matrix

14 Name the 6 different types of connective tissue 1.Adipose 2.Cartilage 3.Bone 4.Blood 5.Loose 6.Fibrous

15 Locate adipose tissue Beneath skin (sides, buttocks), around kidneys

16 Function of adipose tissue Padding and insulation

17 Locate cartilage tissue joints, the rib cage, the ear, the nose, in the throat and between intervertebral disks. What cells make up cartilage tissue? Chondrocytes What makes up the matrix? solid firm gel, elastic fibers

18 Locate hyaline cartilage Ends of bones, nose, bronchi, larynx, trachea Function: support, protect

19 Locate Elastic Cartilage External ear, epiglottis

20 Locate fibrocartilage Between bony parts of backbone and knee

21 Locate Bone Tissue Bones of skeleton What type of cells will you see? Osteocyctes What makes up the matrix? calcium, flexible collagen

22 Is bone tissue vascular or nonvascular? –Vascular

23 What types of cells will you find in your blood? 1. RBC’s : erythrocytes 2. WBC’s: leucocytes 3. Platelets (clotting): thrombocytes

24 Loose Tissue is found where? Below the epidermis located in the dermis

25 What type of cells will you find the loose tissue: fat cells, mast cells, fibroblasts, macrophages What makes up the matrix? mostly tissue fluid, collagen fibers, elastin fibers

26 Where do you find fibrous tissue? Tendons and ligaments

27 What cells make up fibrous tissue: Fibroblasts Does this tissue regenerate well? NO

28 Nervous Tissue Main function of nervous tissue: Conduct impulses or messages Location: brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves

29 What are three different types of nervous tissue? 1.Sensory 2.Motor 3.Associative

30 Sensory nervous tissue conducts impulses form what to what? environment to CNS Motor nervous tissue conducts impulses from what to what? CNS to effector organs

31 Muscular Tissue Do the cells have lots of mitochondria's? YES Why? It uses large amounts of energy to operate

32 What are the three different types of muscle tissue: 1. Skeletal 2. Smooth 3. Cardiac

33 1.Location of Skeletal muscle: Attached to skeleton 2.Location of Smooth Muscle: Internal organs 3.Location of Cardiac Muscle: HEART

34 What is regeneration? Replacing destroyed tissue with the same kind of tissue What is fibrosis? Replace damaged tissue with fibrous connective tissue (scar)

35 What tissues regenerate well? Skin, Bone, Stomach What tissues regenerate poorly? cartilage, fibrous, skeletal What tissues DO NOT regenerate? nervous, cardiac

36 What can effect tissue repair? AGE Nutrition Blood Supply

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