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Chapter 4 / Exercise 2
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Chapter 4The Tissue Level of OrganizationObjectivesAfter completing this chapter, you should be able to1.define the term tissue, and classify the tissues of the body into four major types.2.describe the structure and functions of the five principal types of cell junctions.3.describe the general features of epithelial tissue.4.outline the classification of epithelial tissue and describe the structure, location and function of each of the types of epithelium listed below:A.simple squamous epitheliumB.simple cuboidal epitheliumC.simple columnar epitheliumD.pseudostratified columnar epitheliumE.stratified squamous epitheliumF.stratified cuboidal epitheliumG.stratified columnar epitheliumH.transitional epithelium.5.define the term gland, and distinguish between exocrine and endocrine glands.6.describe the general components of connective tissue: cells, ground substance and fibers.7.describe the structure, function and location of each of the types of connective tissue listed below:A.loose connective tissueI.areolar connective tissueII.adipose tissueIII.reticular connective tissueB.dense connective tissueI.dense regular connective tissueII.dense irregular connective tissueIII.elastic connective tissueC.cartilageI.chondrocytesII.hyaline cartilageIII. fibrocartilageIV.elastic cartilageD.bone tissue or osseous tissueI.osteon or Haversian systemII.osteocytesE.blood tissueI.plasmaII.red blood cellsIII.white blood cellsIV.plateletsF.lymph.8.define the term membrane, and describe the location and functions of the membranes listed below:A.mucous membrane or mucosaB.serous membrane or serosaC.cutaneous membrane or skin
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9.compare the structure, location and modes of control of the three types of muscular tissue.10.describe the structural features and functions of nervous tissue.11.describe generally, and give examples of, homeostatic imbalances in tissues.Keywords and TopicsMake certain that you can define, and use in context, each of the terms listed below, and that you understand the significance of each of the concepts.1.Define the term tissue, and classify the tissues of the body into four major types.

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