Animal Tissues and Digestive System Study Guide 9 ( Done ).docx

Animal Tissues and Digestive System Study Guide 9 ( Done ).docx

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Lesson 9 Study Guide Animal Tissues What are the four types of tissues and what is the function of that tissue? 1. _Epethireial____________________ - 2. ___Connective__________________ - 3. _____Muscle-Contraction________________ - 4.___Nervous___________________ - I. Epithelial Tissue Name and describe simple and stratified squamous, and list where these tissues are located. Types of Epithelial Tissue Description Location Simple squamous Flat or Diffusion Lungs Stratifies Squamous Layered, for protection Skin Simple Cuboidal Single Layer, Like a square Kidney Columnar Epithelial Long Colum’s, Absorption Intestine Pseudostratified Columnar Stretching Trachea Identify the figures below by the type of epithelial cells. Simple Squamous Stratifies Cuboidal Clomnar
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II. ______Connective__Tissue__________________ - matrix made of living cells and a non- living substance called the ground substance. (6 types: loose, dense, cartilage, bone, adipose, blood) Loose connective tissue – (areolar connective tissue) – loose consistency; loosely woven collagen and elastic fibers produced by fibroblast cells; found around blood vessels and between most body organs.
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  • Spring '16
  • Christina Snaples
  • I. Epithelial Tissue

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