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BIO 211 – Anatomy & Physiology I LabMUSCLE AND NERVOUSTISSUESTissues are groups of specific cells that work together to perform a list of functions.Despite having over200 types of cells in the body, there are only 4 primary tissue types; epithelial, connective, muscular, andnervous.Combinations of these will later create organs.However, before we get too far ahead ofourselves, we need to understand what each tissue is and does first.Below is a list of objectives for this lab.By the time you finish this worksheet, you should be able to…Identify of each individual tissue based on their histologyDefine at least one location of each tissue in the bodyIdentify the cells, fibers, or characteristics specific to each tissueDefine the function of each tissueBe able to use a compound light microscope to obtain a clear image of each tissueWatch the videos listed below to dive into the types of tissues found in the body.Yes, there is a lot ofinfo, but we’ll break all of this up into smaller portions as we continue forward.These videos also serveas a great recap once you’ve completed this worksheet!Tissues OverviewNervous & Muscle =Epithelia =Connective =Connective =LAB MATERIALSHere’s a look at what materials you will be asked to use during this week’s lab activity.MATERIALSPearson Visual Anatomy & Physiology Lab Manual, 2ndEditionOnline links to videos, images, or activitiesPearson Mastering – Practice Anatomy Lab (PAL)This worksheet (you can print it out or work electronically)As you work through the following activities, keep in mind that the following list can be used in theupcoming lab practical.

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