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Chapter 4: The Tissue Level ofOrganizationBIO 210
LEARNING OUTCOMES1.List the types of epithelial tissues.
2. For each of the types of epithelial tissues in question1, list the characteristics/descriptions of each of thosetypes as possible.
Glandular-Forms glands2
LEARNING OUTCOMES7. For each of the types of connective tissues in question5, list as many functions of each of those types aspossible.8. For each of the types of connective tissues in question5, list 1-2 specific locations in the body for each of thosetypes of tissues.9. List the types of muscle tissues.10. For each of the types of muscle tissues in question 9,list the characteristics/descriptions of each of those typesas possible.3
LEARNING OUTCOMES11. For each of the types of muscle tissues in question 9,list as many functions of each of those types as possible.12. For each of the types of muscle tissues in question 9,list 1-2 specific locations in the body for each of thosetypes of tissues.13. For the fourth type of tissue, nervous tissue, list thecharacteristics/descriptions of each of those types aspossible.14. For the fourth type of tissue, nervous tissue, list asmany functions of nervous tissue as possible.15. For the fourth type of tissue, nervous tissue, list itslocations in the body.4
NORMAL VS CANCEROUS TISSUEMicrograph of Cervical Tissue5
Section 4.1Types of Tissues6
-Tissues are groups of cells working together to achieve acommon function-Histology is the study of tissues-Composed of living cells and non-living matrix-MatrixThe substance in which cells are suspendedCalled intercellular (between cells) or extracellular(outside of cells)Composed of nonliving material (proteins,carbohydrates, ions)-The size, shape and arrangement of cellsin a tissue are what make different tissueswith different functions7TISSUES
REPRESENTATIVE TISSUES8
EpithelialCells are close together, little matrix presentCovers body surfaces and lines body cavitiesSelectively permeable barriersConnectiveCells are far apart, a lot of matrix presentProvides support, protection, transportMuscleProduces movement via shortening of cellsNervousMost complexCommunication/control of body parts9FOUR MAIN TYPES OF TISSUES – 1
10FOUR MAIN TYPES OF TISSUES – 2
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Section 4.2Epithelial Tissue12
EPITHELIAL TISSUE- Two types of epithelial tissuesMembranousoForms membranes that cover and line the bodyMembrane that covers the body’s surface - skinMembranes that line the bodyClosed body cavities (Thoracic, Abdominal)Vessels (Blood and Lymphatic Vessels)Systems that open to the outside (Respiratory,Digestive, Urinary, Reproductive)GlandularForms glands13

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