Anatomy-Chapter 4 class notes

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Connective tissue
lines
adrenal
prostate
Pitudituarytg
hormones
AVASCULAR
Meanslittlespace mostcommon type
f at
insulation
protection
energystory
fibroblasts
Keloids
endofbonestipofnose
jointsvertebrae
blood
heart
digestive system
neurons
nerve impulse enters here
leaves heremaybe covered in Myelin
Connective tissues
Produces movement
Muscle tissue
Covers and protects the body from
dirt, dust, and bacteria.
Epithelium
Nervous tissue
Biff
Squamous Simple
Stratified
Transitional
Supports, binds, and forms
framework for the body
Carries nerve impulses
Mito
Columnar i
Cuboidal Psuedostratified
Single layer/same shape
Many layers/same shape
Several layers of differing shape
Exocrine gland
Endocrine gland
Exocrine
Endocrine
Organs that secrete substances that are
sent to the outside of the body through
ducts
Organs that secrete substances directly
into the bloodstream
Salivary gland
Thyroid gland
An organ in the body that secretes particular chemical substances for use in the
body for discharge into the surroundings
Blood circulates in the blood vessels
Loose-areolar & Adipose. Dense-tendons, ligaments, and capsules around organs
Cartilagem and bone tissue
Serous membrane
Mucus Membrane
Cutaneous membrane
double membrane with fluid between
Secretes mucus, opens to outside of body
Consists of stratified squamous tissue and
an inner layer of dense connective tissue
Synovial membranes
Meninges
Areolar
Tumor that does not spread, not cancerous
moles
Tumor that forms in a can occur in tissue and spreads stomach, pancreas, throughout the body lung, liver Cardiac
Smooth
Skeletal
Walls of the heart
Organs besides the heart
Bone
Neurons
Neuroglia
Refers to the extent of your cancer, such as how large a tumor is or if it
has spread.
They can multiply almost indefinitely
Limited to differentiating into
different types of cell types of their
tissue of origin
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