Epithelial, muscle, nervous, connective
Epithelial, muscle, nervous, glandular
Muscle, nervous, cartilage, bone
Nervous, muscle, epithelial, goblet
Muscle, epithelial, connective, fibers
Fibers, cells and ground substance.
Neurons and neuroglial cells.
Actin and myosin.
Sheets of cells that cover and line other tissues.
Dendrites, cartilage, perikaryon.
Rough and smooth.
Granular and jagged.
Basement membrane and brush border.
Apical and basal.
Kerotinized and stratified.
Rely on osmosis to absorbs nutrients from the external source due to loose connective cellular matrixs.
Rely on underlying connective tissue and are vascular.
Rely on goblet cells to provide nutrients because of the pinocytosis actions of the goblet cells.
Transport RNA delivers the nutrients to the cells because Epithelial cells lack ATP to produce their own nutrition.
Rely on underlying connective tissue and are avascular.
Exocytosis of intercellular proteins.
Build up of polar molecules outside the cell.
A gluey substance called Mucin.
The fusion of the outermost layers of the plasma membranes of adjoining cells.
The foundation of the epithelial cell.
The seperation between upper and lower portions of the matrix.
A protective layer that is constantly sloughing off.
Increases the surface area of a cell.
A protective, waterproof substance.