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Basic Tissue Types #3 and #4 Muscle and Nerve Danny Quirk – Beautiful Decay.

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1 Basic Tissue Types #3 and #4 Muscle and Nerve Danny Quirk – Beautiful Decay

2 Japan – 2006 by the same people who brought us The Ring

3 Muscle Tissue

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5 Skeletal Muscle Principal function is to move the skeleton Referred to as striated due to the alternating light and dark bands of protein Primarily voluntary Some is controlled unconsciously (for example the diaphragm)

6 Skeletal or Striated Muscle

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10 Cardiac Muscle Found only in the heart Is striated like skeletal muscle, but acts in a voluntary function Cannot be consciously controlled Has an autorhymicity not found in most other muscles

11 Cardiac Muscle Intercalated Discs

12 Smooth Muscle Located in the walls of hollow internal structures such as blood vessels and airways Attached to hair follicles in the skin Lacks striations Acts involuntarily Has a degree of autorhymicity, particularly when it comes to propelling food through the GI tract

13 Smooth Muscle

14 Tendons and Ligaments

15 Tendons connect muscle to bone Ligaments connect bone to bone Both are composed of dense regular connective tissue

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17 AKA – the Gastrocemius tendon or the Calcaneal tendon Calcaneous

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22 Supra patellar tendon Quadriceps tendon Infra patellar tendon

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24 Nerve Tissue Nerve tissue consists of two types of cells: Neurons that carry out most of the unique functions of the nervous system such as sensing, thinking, regulating glandular secretions and controlling muscle activity Neuroglia cells which support, nourish and protect neurons

25 Typical nerve cell showing the soma, Dendrites and axon

26 Nerve cell body or Soma Axon Neuroglia

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