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Blood Cells RBC – Round, double concave – No nucleus – Able to alter shape (slightly) to move through capillaries
Muscle Cells Skeletal – Striations add strength – Linear Cardiac – Striations – ‘Y’ shaped (branched) Smooth – NO striations – Linear
Nerve Cell Sends and receives electrical signals
Epithelial Cells Lines and protects
Bone (Osteocyte) Form in rings – Circle shape withstands greatest amount of pressure Creates bone
Egg and Sperm Sperm – Small body with long tail Allows quick movement Egg – Large – Contains resources for growing fetus
Body Tissues © 2014 Project Lead The Way, Inc.Human Body Systems.
Chapter 15 By: Harold Hoy The human body Your body is made up of trillions of cells which are organized into tissues. A tissue is a group of similar.
WARM UP 1.List 10 locations in the body you can find muscle.
Tissues: Muscle & Nervous Tissue Chapter 3. Muscle Tissue Slide 3.64 Copyright © 2003 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Benjamin Cummings Function.
Cell Specialization, Organization and Function. Cell Specialization Cells specialize to carry out specific functions in an organism. Cells come in a variety.
Ch. 4 Part 4 Muscular tissue Nervous tissue. Muscular Tissue Consists of muscle fibers that can use ATP to generate force Function: produces body movements,
Body Organization Section 1-1. Cells, Tissues, Organs A group of cells working together is called a tissue There are four major types of tissue: – Muscle.
Challenge Problem 1. If a tissue were connecting the femur bone and the tibia bone together, what type is it? 1. If a tissue were connecting the femur.
Muscle and Nervous Tissue. Muscle Tissue Muscle Tissue: – Associated with the bones of the skeleton, the heart and in the walls of the hollow organs of.
Animal Tissues. Epithelial tissue Simple (single layer) cuboidal (cube shape) Simple columnar (single layer of column shape)
MUSCLE TISSUE CHARACTERISTICS FUNCTION: MOVEMENT LOCATION: THROUGHOUT THE BODY.
Cell Form & Function. Cells have different shapes to do different jobs. A cell’s form (shape) is adapted to its function. What does this mean???? It means:
Transition from 1 cell to multi-cellular organism.
© 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. Muscle Tissue Function is to produce movement Three types Skeletal muscle Cardiac muscle Smooth muscle.
Roger Farfan, Azucena Noriega, Brandon Major,Biology Period 6.
Cell Specialization Gr. 7 Science. The Big Idea Plants and animals, including humans, are made of specialized cells, tissues, and organs that are organized.
SKELETAL SYSTEM. FUNCTION provide support for the body to protect internal organs to provide attachment sites for the muscles.
Muscle Tissue Slide 3.64 Copyright © 2003 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Benjamin Cummings Function is to produce movement Three types Skeletal.
Levels Of Organization From systems to cells. Levels of organization l Atoms l Molecules l Cells l Tissues l Organs l Systems l Organisms l Populations.
All cells are not alike. Just like in life everyone has a job to do!!
TISSUES OF THE HUMAN BODY. Tissues are groups of cells with a common structure and function. Tissues are classified into four main categories: Tissues.
30.1 Organization of the Human Body - Organization of the human body - Homeostasis - Feedback Inhibition.
MUSCLE AND NEURAL TISSUE. MUSCLE TISSUES – GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS 1.Composed of many cells 2.Well-vascularized 3.Muscle cells are elongated. Muscle cell.
Types of Membranes, Muscular Tissue, & Nervous Tissue Section
1. Trillions of cells in a human body. 2. Over 200 different types of cells. 3. Shapes go with their functions.
Tissues (Tissues). Copyright © 2006 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Benjamin Cummings Body Tissues Cells are specialized for particular functions.
Histology: The Study of Tissues $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Epithelium Connective Muscle and Nervous Grab Bag FINAL ROUND.
MUSCLES Like a machine, your body consists of many parts that move. Those parts are your bones and muscles.
Human Biology The Muscular System. The Muscular System… The muscular system allows body movement and maintains posture Your body has more than 600 muscles.
How do organs work together? Organs work together in organ systems to carry out major life functions.
Tissue Types Histology How we examine tissues: Teased, smeared or squashed samples, scraped – we are looking at whole cells Thin sections – very thin sections.
Epithelial Tissue (yesterday’s material) Basement Membrane Connective Tissue.
ORGAN SYSTEMS. ORGAN SYSTEMS: EQ: Can I name the body’s major organ systems, what organs they include and the systems’ functions?
TISSUES!. OBJECTIVES Students will learn about the four different types of tissues that make up organs.
Do Now: What do you think muscles are made of?. Key Vocabulary Actin Myosin Microfibril Sarcomere Intercalated disc Nucleus Striation.
Muscular Tissue By: Kristin Tuccillo. What are the main functions of muscular tissue? Movement Maintenance of posture Joint stabilization Heat generation.
LESSON 7 ON CELLS 1. HOW CAN YOU TELL? - SIZE - SHAPE - INTERNAL PARTS - EXTERNAL PARTS? 2.
Structures – bones made of living cells, protein fibers and calcium.
The Muscular System. Components Muscle Tissue Blood Vessels Nerve Cells Connective Tissue Ligaments.
The Muscular System Key Concepts 1. What types of muscles are found in the body? 2. Why do skeletal muscles work in pairs?
Chapter 6. Section 6.1 She was born with a genetic defect which has left her looking like the Incredible Hulk of Hounds. While her head, heart, lungs.
Objective: ◦ To understand how cells combine to form tissues ◦ To differentiate between types of tissues Journal: What are the levels of organization.
Human Biology Organization. Cells to Organ Systems Cells: Basic unit of structure and function Tissues: Group of similar cells performing the same function.
Muscle & Nerve Tissues. skeletal muscle, 10X, voluntary, striated attached to bones.
Types of tissues: TYPES OF TISSUES: 1. Epithelial, nervous, muscle, connective 2. Connective tissue: a. Contains few cells- spaced apart b. Defensive.
Muscle and Nervous Tissue Pages Function: ◦ contract (shorten) to produce movement Three types: 1.Skeletal muscle 2.Cardiac muscle 3.Smooth.
Body Organization and Structure Cp 1 sec 1. HOMEOSTASIS The human body’s maintenance of a stable internal environment. If homeostasis is interrupted,
Nervous & Muscle Tissue cc: webtreats -
The Skeletal System By: Jacob Mitchmore. Bones You have 206 bones in your body. The skeletal system performs several functions.It protects soft areas.
The Muscular System.The body muscles perform many functions..Muscles are able to contracts,or get shorter, and relax..Contraction and relaxing muscles.
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