BIO 115-2 i09 - 2. Locations- Skin, blood vessels, lungs,...

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V. Histology - Tissues: Aggregate of cells together to perform a specific function. *Only 4 different types of general tissue types
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V. Histology A. Epithelial Tissue 1. General Characteristics - Cellularity
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V. Histology A. Epithelial Tissue 1. General Characteristics - Cellularity - Specialized contacts
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V. Histology A. Epithelial Tissue 1. General Characteristics - Cellularity - Specialized contacts - Polarity
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V. Histology A. Epithelial Tissue 1. General Characteristics - Cellularity - Specialized contacts - Polarity - Supported by C.T.
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V. Histology A. Epithelial Tissue 1. General Characteristics - Cellularity - Specialized contacts - Polarity - Supported by C.T. - Avascular
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V. Histology 1. General Characteristics - Innervated
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V. Histology 1. General Characteristics - Innervated - Regenerative
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V. Histology A. Epithelial Tissue
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Locations- Skin, blood vessels, lungs, glands V. Histology B. Connective Tissue 1. General characteristics- Has abundant Extracellular matrix Extracellular matrix Contains: 1. Fibers- collagen, reticular fibers, elastic fibers 2. Tissue fluids 3. Defense cells (WBC) 2. Locations Cartilage, bone, blood, adipose, organs V. Histology C. Muscle Tissue 1. General Characteristics- Cells are elongated- Cells have contractile properties V. Histology C. Muscle Tissue 2. Types V. Histology D. Nervous Tissue 1. General Characteristics- Neurons have the ability to generate and conduct electrical impulses V. Histology D. Nervous Tissue 1. General Characteristics- Supporting cells are non-conductive. (Nourishment, insulation, protection. ..)...
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BIO 115-2 i09 - 2. Locations- Skin, blood vessels, lungs,...

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