notes 1 - Tissue - Multiple cells make up tissue I. FOUR...

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Tissue - Multiple cells make up tissue I. FOUR TYPES OF HUMAN TISSUE 1. Epithelial Tissue - covers all free body surfaces - are major tissue of glands (Anchored to other tissue by connected tissue) Simple Squamous Epithelium - has single layer of flattened cells; single cells - occurs in air sacs of lung, walls of capillaries - Functions: protection, diffusion, filtration 2. Simple Cuboidal Epithelium - Has single layer of cube- shaped cells - occurs in lining of kidney tubules & on surfaces of ovaries - Functions: protection, secretion, absorption 3. Simple Columnar Epithelium - has rectangle-shape cells - occurs in lining of intestine and uterus - Functions: protection, secretion, absorption 4. Pseudostratified Columnar Epithelium - appears to be layered - occurs in lining of respiratory tract, helps move egg along in fallopian tubes - Functions: protection, secretion, movement of mucus 5. Stratified Squamous Epithelium -
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