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Unformatted text preview: Forms Barrier- not phospholipid bi-layer b. Connective: surrounded by large quantities of extra cellular substances (between the living cells) which are secreted form the cells of the connective tissue 1) Ex. Dermis, fat cells, blood and lymph, tendons and ligaments, cartilage, bone c. Muscle: tissue specialized for contraction. Cells that contain Actin & Myosin d. Nerve: specialized to generate and conduct electrical signals (form the nervous system) B. Organs-Formed from two or more tissue type 1. Different organs have different proportion of tissue types a. Ex. Skin has all four types of tissue (Fig. 27-10) 1) Epidermis: specialized epithelial cells. 2) Dermis: connective tissue 3) Nerve tissue 4) Muscle tissue 2. Organ systems: a. Consists of two or more organs 1) Examples are: circulatory, digestive, respiratory system (Table 27-1)...
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