Fibers woven together to hold the skeleton together.
Groups of cells similar in structure and function.
A substance used to absorb shock.
A substance with the primary function of absorption.
Covering and lining epithelia
In the glands as a secretory tissue.
On internal and external surfaces of the body.
Only in the respiratory tract.
On fingernails and hair follicles.
In glands as a secretory tissue.
Only in sebaceous glands.
In the spinal cord.
Only in the reproductive system.
Basal; (Upper, Free)
Apical; (Upper, Free)
Basal; (Lower, Attatched)
Apical; (Lower, Attatched)
No, epithelium does not contain microvilli on the apical layer.
Yes, as a brush border of intestinal lining.
Yes, as cilia in the lining of the trachea.
Yes, only in fetuses.
Noncellular basal lamina.
Glycoprotein and Collagen.
Glucose and adipose tissue.
Composed of closely packed cells.
Composed of loose, scattered cells.
Composed of goblet cells only.
Continuous sheets held together by tight junctions and desmosomes.
Dense Irregular Muscle Tissue
Connective Tissue-Reticular Lamina
Muscle Tissue-Reticular Lamina
It is innervated, containing no nerve endings.
It is innervated, containing nerves.
It is avascular, containing blood vessels.
It is avascular, containing no blood vessels.
Yes, the turnover rate of cells is very slow.
No, it regenerates at a high rate.
Endothelium-The epithelium of serous membranes in the ventral body cavity.
Mesothelium- The epithelium of serous membranes in the ventral body cavity.
Endothelium-The lining of lymphatic vessels, blood vessels, and heart.
Mesothelium-The lining of lymphatic vessels, blood vessels, and heart.
Typically two cell layers thick.
Very common in the body.
Found in some sweat and mammary glands.
Site of product release.
Can be endocrine or exocrine.
Can only be unicellular.
Can be unicellular (Goblet Cells) or multicellular.