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Anatomy & Physiology I Week 2 Assignment: Tissues and SkinListed below are the four major categories, or principal types, of tissue. Also listed are various functionsof tissues in the body. Match each function to the tissues that perform that function. Some functionsmay belong with more than one tissue type.Epithelial tissueConnective tissueMuscle tissueNervous tissueFunctions of tissues1.Protection-Epithelial tissue2.Movement-Muscle tissue3.Communication between body parts-Nervous tissue4.Secretion-Epithelial tissue5.Absorption-Epithelial tissue6.Support-Connective tissue7.Transport of substances-Connectivetissue8.Regulation of body functions-NervoustissueFor each specific tissue type, list an organ where it is found.9.Simple squamous epithelium __Lungs____________________10.Simple cuboidal epithelium ___Kidney, eyes, thyroid_____________________________11.Simple columnar epithelium _Small intestines and stomach______________________________12.Pseudostratified columnar epithelium Lining of the trachea and upper respiratory tract, prostateand vas deferens.13.Transitional epithelium _Urinary system_____________________________14.Non-keratinized stratified squamous epithelium ___oral cavity, pharynx, and esophagus,vagina_______15.Keratinized stratified squamous epithelium _Palm of hand and sole offeet______________________________16.Dense regular fibrous connective tissue __Cornea_________________________________17.Dense irregular fibrous connective tissue ____Sclera, digestivetract_______________________________1

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