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Primary Types ofTissuesSpecific TypesLocationFunction/sEpithelial Tissues-Simple Epithelium-Stratified Epithelium- Glandular Epithelium-Transitional EpitheliumSimple Epithelium-bodycavities, blood andlymph vessels, heartand respiratory systemStatified Epithelium-Skin, Mouth, EsophagusGlandular Epithelium-Endocrine Glands,Exocrine GlandsTransitional Epithelium-Kidney, Bladder, RenalPelvisThey form the coveringof all body surfaces, linebody cavities andhollow organs, and arethe major tissue inglands. They perform avariety of functions thatinclude protection,secretion, absorption,excretion, filtration,diffusion, and sensoryreception.Connective Tissues-Adipose Tissue-Areolar ConnectiveTissue-Dense ConnectiveTissue-Reticular ConnectiveTissue-Cartilage ConnectiveTissue-Osseous ConnectiveTissue-Blood ConnectiveTissue-Extracellular MatrixAdipose Tissue- Kidney,under the skin, aroundthe heart, nerve tissueAreolar Tissue- aroundmucous membranes,and around bloodvessels, nerves, and theorgans of the bodyDense ConnectiveTissue- ligaments andtendonsReticular ConnectiveTissue- kidney, liver, thespleen, and lymph

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