1 What is tissue? Groups of cells that are similar in structure and perform a common or related function are called tissues.
Cover the whole surface of the body
Form the lining of cavities in the body
Body must pass through an epithelium
2 classification of epithelial
A classification on the basis of number of layers
B classification on the basis of cell shape for each category, a whole cell is shown on the left and a longitudinal section is shown on the right
3 classification of epithelia
A each epithelium is given two names. The first name indicates the number of cell layer
B simple epithelia are composed of a single cell layer
C stratified epithelia consisting of two of more cell layers stacked one on top of the other, are common in high abrasion areas where protection is important, such as the skin surface
4 simple epithelia are easy to classify by cell shape because cells in the layer usually have the same shape.
A simple epithelia are most concerned with absorption secretion, and filtration
B simple squamous epithelium the cell of a simple squamous, epithelium are flattened laterally and their cytoplams
C simple cuboidal epithelium simple cuboidal epithelium consists of single layer of cell as tall as they are wide
5 the shape of the cell
A squamous thin, flat, nucleus is an flattened
B cuboidal roughly square shape, box like cells
C columnar – elongated column shape cell
6 connective tissue
A. what does it do – hold together, support, protect, serve as frame work, fill spaces store fat.
B. connect all the parts of your body
C. found everything in the body
D. develops from the mesenchyme
E. provides support for your body
7. How does it function?
A. connective tissues have some common property
C. Binding and Support
8. How is it structural?
A. ground substance fills the space between the cells contains the fiber
B. fiber collagen are constructed primarily of the fibrous protein collagen
C. reticular fibers are: fine collagenous fibers with a slightly different chemistry and form
D. elastic fibers: long thin fibers that form branching
9. Dense connective tissue
A. tissues consists of loosely packed collagenous fiber
B. found as part of tendons and ligaments
10. Muscle tissue
Highly cellular, well vascularized tissue that is responsible for most types of body movement
11. Nervous Tissue
Nervous tissue are found in nervous system the brain spinal cord, and nerves which regulates and controls body functions.
12. Skeletal muscle tissue
A. organs called skeleton muscle that attached to the bones of the skeleton
B. muscles fibers are long cylindrical cells that contain many nuclei
13. Cardiac Muscle
A. Found only in the wall of the heart
B. help propped blood through the blood vessel to all parts of the body
14. Smooth muscle tissue
A. individual smooth muscle have no spindle shaped and contain one centrally located nucleus
B. Smooth muscle is found mainly in the wall of hollow organs other than the heart digestive and urinary tract organs, uterus, and blood vessels.