25tissues - Lecture 25: Tissues Chapter 4: Connective and...

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Lecture 25: Tissues Chapter 4: Connective and Muscular Tissue
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The Big Picture What types of tissues are in the human body? What do they look like ? What are their specific functions ? How do they interact ? Connective Tissue and Muscular Tissue
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Biosphere Ecosystem Community Population Organism Organ System Organ Tissue Cell Molecule Atom Homo sapiens
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The Human Body Made up of cells Similar cells work together to form tissues Many tissues make up an organ Several organs make up an organ system
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Tissues Composed of specialized cells of the same type that perform a common function Cells look and act alike Cells work together toward common goal
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4 Types of Tissue All tissues in the human body can be placed into one of 4 broad categories :
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3 Common Components 1.) specialized cells Type of cell depends on requirements of the organ E.g. muscles need to move 1 2 3
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3 Common Components 2.) protein fibers Gives strength , support , flexibility , or elasticity to tissue 1 2 3
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3 Common Components 3.) ground substance Human cells are not fused together Space between can be solid or liquid , proteins , lipids , or inorganic salts 1 2 3
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Connective Tissue General function: connect and support body Hold body parts in place and give them strength
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Emphasis on types of protein fibers
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25tissues - Lecture 25: Tissues Chapter 4: Connective and...

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