Organization

M line the inside of the gi tract which is still in

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Unformatted text preview: cells and the epithelium f. Connective tissue cells and tissues g. Erectile tissue cells and tissues Neurons: brain and nerve cells Muscle: skeletal, cardiac, smooth muscle cells Epithelium: sheet- like layer of cells h. Line external body surfaces i. Line hollow body tubes and organs (lungs, GI tract) j. Function as a barrier k. Transport membrane l. m. Line the inside of the GI tract, which is still in touch with the outside, same with the lungs. n. Glands: formed from epithelium i.Exocrine: ducts product to external ii.Endocrine: ductless, product into blood (e.g. hormones) The epithelium forms close to blood vessel in order to introduce product B) C) Connective: blood cells, bone, fibroblasts, skin a. Most diverse of the four tissues b. Has an extracellular matrix c. Anchors/links structure of the body d. Includes adipose tissue D) E) F) Simplified Body Plan: Minimalist View G) Simplified to show relationships H) Wrong shape (on purpose), missing parts I) Different cell types not shown J) Organ systems K) Purpose visualize relationships, key functions L) M) N) O) The epithelial cells of the blood vessels are truly inside the bod...
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