4- The Tissue Level of Organization- anatomy and physiology_1

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Term:microphageDefinition:smaller phagocytic cellsTerm:Connective Tissue purpose:Definition:all tissues that provide support(skeleton) and fill space (fat), tendons,cartilage.Term:brown fatDefinition:generates heat in infantsTerm:fluid connective tissueDefinition:distinct cell populations in fluid matrix(blood)Term:holocrine secretionDefinition:cell is packed with secretion and burst(acne)
Term:apocrine secretionDefinition:top part of cell pinches off, rest of cellrepairs itself and repeats the processTerm:fibroblasts secrete:(3)Definition:collagen, reticular fibers, and elastinTerm:What are the 4 basic types of tissue?Definition:
Term:connective tissue properDefinition:those types of cells which live andfunction in extracellular fluidTerm:fibroblastsDefinition:not tissue; secrete glycoproteins
Term:fibroblastsDefinition:secrete matrix that makes loose anddense connective tissueTerm:basement membraneDefinition:holds epithelial tissues together andmake them strongerTerm:What is a tissue?Definition:a group of similar cells that usuallyhave a common embryonic origin thatfunction together to carry outspecialized activities.

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