Henrika Unit 2 Level Of organization.docx - Unit 2 Assessment Levels of Organization Tissue Concept Map epithelial Covers the body organs connective

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Tissue Concept Map epithelial connective Muscle Nervous Simple squamous Simple cuboidal Simple columnar Pseudostratified columnar Stratified squamous Stratified cuboidal Covers the body & organs Bone Cartilage Dense connective Loose connective Blood cardiac skeletal smooth neuroglia Made up of neurons & conduct impulses support Cell to cell communication Unit 2 Assessment - Levels of Organization What are the steps involved in tissue repair? Explain the process of tissue repair. In 5 stages: homeostasis, inflammatory, proliferative, remodeling
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When a wound occurs the body responds to repair itself depending on the injury size and tissue damage to maintain the body temperature and prevent infection getting into the system, it creates
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Unformatted text preview: blood clotting to seal the wound, then the immune cells are released from the wound into the blood system to remove debris and kill bacteria. Then, new cells surround the wound to supply nutrients and the cells quickly lay down temporary matrix then it can reconstruction can begin, and once the wound is closed then the stronger cells are in place to make a permanent structure. Source: %3A_Anatomy_and_Physiology_(Boundless)/5%3A_Integumentary_System/5.5%3A_Wound_ Healing/5.5A%3A_Steps_of_Tissue_Repair...
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