Biology and Anatomy & Physiology Helps: Tissues

Biology and Anatomy & Physiology Helps: Tissues

Carolyn Miller

Language: English

Pages: 32

ISBN: B00B5VXRFS

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


The Biology and Anatomy & Physiology Helps series is designed to provide a review of the objectives and vocabulary covered by many instructors. This series is in note-like format to supplement any student study guide and provides a self test at the end of each text to help with material review of the topic covered. The Biology and A&P Helps series is intended as an aid for research projects, advanced homeschoolers, AP high school students and college students pursuing a BS, particularly in the fields of nursing, pre-med, pre-vet, biology, zoology, microbiology and biochemistry.
The books in the Biology and Anatomy & Physiology Helps series are designed to act as a lesson supplements. These texts are not intended to provide a comprehensive review of the materials covered without a full Biology or Anatomy & Physiology curriculum to back it up.
The Biology and Anatomy & Physiology Helps series also provides note taking tips as an aid to further develop classroom and study skills.
This volume covers Tissues
Table of contents:
Preface
Note Taking Helps
Tissues
Epithelial Tissue
Glands
Connective Tissue
Membranes
Muscle Tissue
Nervous Tissue
Tissue Shrinkage and Death
Self Test
Answers
Resources and References
About the Author

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proper fibroblasts -produce collagen, immature cell of connective tissue, capable of differentiating into a chondroblast or osteoblast defense cells -support the immune system adipocytes – a fat cell containing a large fat vacuole consisting of mainly triglycerides cartilage resists compression because of large amounts of water held in the extracellular matrix cushions and supports body structures matrix is a gel-like ground substance cells found in

extracellular matrix called plasma contains no fibers transports oxygen, carbon dioxide , nutrients, wastes, hormones and other substances around the body contained within the blood vessels cells found in blood erythrocytes or red blood cells (RBC) leukocytes or white blood cells (WBC) platelets Membranes cutaneous membrane or skin continuous organ system consisting of keratinized stratified squamous epithelium firmly attached to the dermis

completed their functions and are no longer needed cells shrink and are quickly phagocytized very important part of embryonic development Self Test What epithelial cell type allows for rapid filtration and diffusion? What is a unicellular gland found in the epithelium of various mucous membranes? The most abundant form of cartilage is _______________. __________ comes in compact and spongy forms. The connective tissue with a fluid matrix. Another name for

the cutaneous membrane is? A moist membrane found in closed ventral body cavities? Fill in the following table: Muscle type Striated Voluntary/Involuntary skeletal voluntary yes involuntary smooth ____________ tissue is found in the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nerves What are 2 causes of tissue atrophy? Answers simple squamous

Mastering AandP: Make Learning Part of the Grade. http://masteringaandp.com/ Retrieved January 2013. The Medical Dictionary http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com Retrieved January 2013. Medical Dictionary, Medical Abbreviations and other Search Engines, MediLexicon http://www.medilexicon.com/ Retrieved January 2013. New Oxford American Dictionary, First Edition, Elizabeth J. Jewell and Frank R. Abate (editors), 2192 pages, September 2001, Oxford University Press,

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