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Krystal David 3/12/17 Professor Jedlicka BIOS195 A. Primary Tissue Structure and Function Name the primary tissue type (epithelial, connective, muscle, or nervous) that is described. Nervous Tissue 1.Cells contain processes that receive and generate electrical signals to communicate with other cells. Muscular Tissue 2.Tissue has elongated cells that shorten and cause movement. Connective Tissue 3.Tissue contains more extracellular matrix than cells. Epithelial Tissue 4.Cells either form a barrier that controls passage of molecules or form glands. Connective, Epithelial, and Nervous 5, 6, and 7. Primary tissues that exhibit cellularity. Connective Epithelial, and Muscles 8, 9, and 10. Cells determine functions of these primary tissue types Connective Tissue 11.The extracellular matrix determines function of this primary tissue. Identify the primary tissue types in Figure 6.29. FIGURE 6.29: Photomicrographs of primary tissues. 12 . Connective Tissue 13. Epithelial Tissue 14. Nervous Tissue 15. Skeletal Tissue B. Epithelial Tissues Write the name of the epithelial tissue type that matches each description. An epithelial tissue type may be used more than once. Stratified Squamous 1.Lines the mouth and protects underlying tissues in areas subject to abrasion. Squamous Epilthelium 2.Located in the alveoli (the air sacs of the lung) and provides a short distance for the diffusion of oxygen and carbon dioxide. Psuedostrafied columnar eptihelium

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