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Pictures of tissue epithelial tissue Connective tissue

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Function

Simple squamous epithelium
location: lungs, kidney, serosae
Function allows for diffusion/filtration in areas where protection is not important

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location
Function

simple cuboidal epithelium
location:Ducts & glands ovary surface
Function:Secretion /absorption

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location
Function

Simple columnar epithelium
location: digestive tract (non-ciliated), small bronchi (ciliated)
Function:absorption & secretion of mucus & enzymes

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location
Function

Pseudostratified columnar Epithelium
Function: secretion/propulsion of mucus
location: trachea, upper respiratory tract

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location
Function

Stratified squamous epithelium
location: esophagus
Function: protects underlying tissue in areas subject to abrasion

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Name
location
Function

Transitional epithelium
location: bladder, ureters
Function: stretches, permits stored urine to distend urinary organ

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Name
location
Function

Areolar
CTP Loose connective tissue
Function: wraps & cushions organs
location: Under epithelia of body

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location
Function

Adipose tissue
CTP Loose connective tissue
location: breast
Function: provides food fuel, insulation against heat loss

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location
Function

reticular
CTP loose connective tissue
location: Lymphoid organs
Function: Support other cell types

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Name
location
Function

Dense regular
CTP Dense connective tissue
location:Tendons
Function: attachment

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Name
location
Function

Dense irregular
CTP Dense connective tissue
location:Joints
Function: provides structural strength

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Name
location
Function

Hyline cartilage
location: Ends of long bones
Function: serves as resilient cushion

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Name
location
Function

Elastic cartilage
location: External ear
Function: Maintain shape & structure

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Name
location
Function

fibrocartilage
location: Intervertebral discs
Function: absorb compressive shock

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Name
location
Function

Ossseous tissue bone
location:Bones
Function: Supports/protects store calcium

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Name
location
Function

Blood
Connective tissue
Function: transport nutrients, waste & other substances
location: blood vessels

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Skeletal muscle
location: skeletal muscles attached to bone
Function: voluntary movement; locomotion

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Name
location
Function

Cardiac muscle
location: walls of heart
Function: circulation

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Smooth muscle
location: walls of hollow organs
Function: propels substances or objects along internal passageways : involuntary control

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Name
location
Function

Nervous tissue
location: Brain, spinal cord, nerves
Function: transmit electrical signals

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Elastic
CTP Dense connective tissue
location: walls of arteries/ aorta
Function: recoil after stretching


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