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Chapter28Sum07 - Major categories of tissues -Structure...

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Major categories of tissues -Structure fits function- Epithelial – Connective – Muscle – Nervous –
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Free surface: either in a lumen (like digestive tract) or exposed (like skin) Basement membrane Underlying tissue
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Fig. 28-2b1, p.470 Simple squamous
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Fig. 28-2b2, p.470 Simple cuboidal
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Fig. 28-2b3, p.470 Simple columnar
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Stratified squamous
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Sweat glands of the skin
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Connective Tissue Abundant tissue in the body Cells are scattered in an extracellular matrix Matrix is collagen and/or elastin fibers in a polysaccharide ground substance
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Fig. 28-5c, p.472 Loose Dense (regular) Dense (irregular)
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Dense regular connective tissue: tendons and ligaments
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Dense irregular connective tissue Collagen bundles (arrows)
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Fig. 28-5d, p.472 Adipose Cartilage Bone
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Specialized form of connective tissue
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Cartilage and Bone Tissue Cartilage is a solid but pliable intercellular material Bone is a hardened connective tissue with living cells imprisoned in their mineralized secretions cartilage on knobby end of a long bone compact bone tissue spaces in spongy bone tissue
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Bone Marrow Yellow marrow
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Bone Collagen fiber matrix embedded in calcium salts Osteoporosis from an 89 year old female Decreased estrogen
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Haversian canals and canaliculi
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Credit: © Dr. Gopal Murti/Visuals Unlimited 97962 Blood – forms within bone
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This note was uploaded on 03/22/2009 for the course BIOL 101 taught by Professor Hogan during the Summer '08 term at UNC.

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