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composed of similarly specialized cells that perform the same function in the body

Tissue

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Four types of tissue

Epethial
Connective
Muscular
Nervous

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Tissue that lines the body surfaces and cavities

Epithelial

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Tissue that supports and bonds body parts

Connective

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Tissue that moves the body and its parts

Muscular

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tissue that recieves stimuli and conducts impulse

Nervous

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Outer cells are falttened

Squamous

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Outer cells are cubed shaped

Cuboidal

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OUter cells are rectangular

COlumnar

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Single layer of cells

Epithelial Tissue Single

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Multiple cell layers

Epithelial Tissue Stratified

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Appears to be multilayered but is actually only one layer

Epithelial Tissue Pseudostratified

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secrete their products into a duct

Exocrine glands

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secrete their products directly into the bloodstream

Endocrine glands

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composed of closely packed tough fibers and is found in structures such as tendons and ligaments

Dense fibrous connective tissue

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fat is used for energy and insulation

Adipose tissue

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provides flexible support

Cartilage

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strong support and protection

Bone

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transports nutrients and wastes
helps protect us from disease

Blood

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Voluntary

Skeletal Muscle

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occurs in blood bessels and walls of the digestive tract
is involuntary

Smooth Muscle

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Pumps the blood

Cardiac Muscle

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Support and nourish neurons

Neuroglia

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conduct nerve impulses

Neurons

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take input into cell body

Dendrites

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Integrates information

Cell body

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take output away from cell body

Axon

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Anterior and above diaphragm
Consist of Lungs and Heart

Thoracic cavity

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anterior and below diaphragm
consists of spleen and most he digestive organs

Abdominal Cavity

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anterior and near the hips
Contains urinary bladder and reproductive organs

Pelvic cavity

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More posterior
Consists of brain and spinal cord

Dorsal cavity

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-Protects the underlying tissues from trauma,pathogen invasion, and water loss
-helps to regulate body temperature by sweating
-Synthesizes Vitamin D
-Helps us to be aware of our surroundings

Functions of the Skin ( Integumentary System)

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Outer layer

Epidermis

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Inner layer

Dermis

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The maintenance of relatively constant internal conditions in an organism

Homeostasis

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senses the condtion, responds to counteract the current condition and returns values to normal levels

Negative feedback

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sense the condition, responds to increase the current condtion

Positive feedback


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