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of a neuron isa single, thin, cylindrical process that may be very long. It isthe output portion of a neuron, conducting nerve impulsestoward another neuron or to some other tissue.lOMoARcPSD|2731862
11.describe generally, and give examples of, homeostaticimbalances in tissues.Reread 4.10 tissue repair: restoringhomeostasisDownloaded by R Kap ([email protected])
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The most prevalent disorders of connective tissues areautoimmune diseases—diseases in which antibodies producedby the immune system fail to distinguish what is foreign fromwhat is self and attack the body’s own tissues.Keywords and TopicsMake certain that you can deine, and use in context, each of the terms listedbelow, and that you understand the signiicance of each of the concepts.1.Deine the termtissue, and classify the tissues of the bodyinto four major types.lOMoARcPSD|2731862
B.Histology—the science that deals with the study oftissues.
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2.Describe the structure and functions of the ive principal typesof cell junctions.—Answered in #2 above.
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V.gap junction3.Describe the general features of epithelial tissue.

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