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Simple Squamous Found in Lung and Kidney Filtration Lung Kidney
Simple Cuboidal Found in Kidney and Thyroid Function is filtration Kidney Thyroid
Simple Columnar Found in Digestive Tract Function is to absorb and secrete
Psuedostratified Epithelial Found in upper respiratory tract Function is to propel and secrete mucous
Stratified Squamous Found in the vagina, skin, and esophagus Function is to protect
Transitional Epithelia Found in the bladder Function is to store urine
Areolar Connective Tissue Found under epithelial tissue Function is to support
Adipose Tissue Found everywhere Function is to insulate
Dense Connective Tissue Found in tendons and ligaments Function is to attach muscle to bone
Hyaline Cartilage Found in coastal cartilage of ribs Function is support
Fibrocartilage Found in intervertebral discs Function is for strength
Bone Found in bone Function is for protection and support
Skeletal Muscle Found in skeletal muscle Function is movement
Cardiac Muscle Found in the heart Function is to propel blood
Smooth Muscle Found in blood vessels and digestive tract Function is to propel blood and food
Nervous Tissue Found in Brain and Spinal Cord Function is to transmit electrical signals
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