Chapter 4 Tissues Notes

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Chapter 4 Tissues Notes
4-1
Tissue definition
List 4 types
4-2 Epithelial tissue includes:
Describe two parts
Characteristics (5)
Locations (3)
Functions (4)
Intercellular connections
Types (3) definitions and facts about each
Epithelial surface
Apical surface is?
1. Have microvilli-?
3 functions
2. Cilia location & description
Function & example
Basement Membrane description
1. Location
2. Made of?
3. 3 functions
Epithelial Renewal & Repair (4 facts)
Process ?
Survival ?
Damaged by?
Done by? & location
4-3 Classification - how
Cell layers (2)
Descriptions, locations & functions of each
Cell shapes (3)
Descriptions of each
Some specific classifications (8)
Descriptions , functions & examples with locations
Glandular epithelial types
Exocrine definition & discuss 3 types
Endocrine definition
Describe 3 tests
Secretion Mechanism (3)
Three types of secretion mechanisms descriptions & examples
Definition of mucus
Describe 3 types of secretions
4.4 Connective tissue
1.Facts
Most?
All have
1.
2.
3.
Matrix=
Location?
Contains ? & are?
2. Functions & examples (4)
3. Three major types
B. Connective Tissue Proper
1. Cells
a. Fibroblasts – most?
 Permanent?
 Produce?
b. Fibrocytes – next?
 Maintain?
c. Macrophages – found?
 Function
 Release?
 Can be ? or ?
d. Fat cells =
 Life span
 What varies
e. Mast cells – location
 Description
 Has vesicles – function
f. White blood cells are?
Produce?
g. Antibodies definition
2. Connective Tissue Fibers
Name & describe the three types.
3. Ground Substance
a. Location
b. description
c. function
C. Types of connective Tissue Proper
1. Loose- packing material of the body
a. fills?
b. Provides?
c. Supports ?
d. Anchor?
e. Route
2. Dense – description
a. Resists?
b. Interconnects?
c. Forms capsules?
d. mostly
e. 2 types
 Regular description & examples
 Irregular description & example
3. Fluid connective Tissue =
a. Plasma =

b. red blood cells (rbc) function
c. White (wbc) function
d. Platelets =? & function
D. Supporting Connective tissue
1. Cartilage
a. 2 characteristics
b. Chondrocytes – definition
 Live in ?
 Get nutrients & eliminate waste by?
 Avascularity limits?
c. Pericondrium function
d. 3 types
 Hyaline – most?
o Description
o Example
 Elastic
o Description
o Example
 Fibrous
o Description
o Example
o 3 functions
2. Bone –
a. Has very small volume of?
b. matrix =
c. Description
d. Lacunae with matrix
o Has osteocytes – definition
o Canaliculi definition
o Periosteum definition
4-5 Membranes- definition
4 types
1. Mucous – lines?
a. Examples
b. Must be kept?
4-6
4-7
2. Serous – lines?
a. Examples: Pleura – location
Peritoneum – location
Pericardium – location
b. Has ? & ? portions
c. Minimizes?
d. Function of serous fluid
3. Cutaneous =?
a. Covers ?
b. Description
4. Synovial – lines?
a. Fluid functions
b. Made by?
Muscle Tissue
1. Specialization for ?
2. 3 types
a. Skeletal Muscle
 Cell description
 Called?
 Incapable of
 New come from
 Won’t contract ?
 Control?
b. Cardiac Muscle
 Location
 Description
 Interconnected at?
 Repair?
 Lacking?
 Function of pacemaker cells
Control?
c. Smooth Muscle
 Location
 Description
 Filaments are? & no
 Able to (2 )
 Control?
Neural tissue =
A. Specialized for?
B. Location
C. 2 types
a. Neurons – communicate?
b. Neuroglia
4-8
4-9
4 functions
D. 3 facts about neurons
E. 3 main parts
List & describe
Injury
2 Processes of Restoration
A. Inflammation =?
1. Purpose
2. Signs & symptoms
3. Caused by (2)
4. Triggered by?
Describe 7 Results
B. Regeneration- definition
1. Scar – description
2. Overtime?
3. More successful in?
4. Different abilities in?
2 examples
5. Fibrosis –definition
C. Control of phases – where & timing
Age & Tissues
A. List 3 items that decrease
B. Describe what happens to epithelia, connective tissue, bones & blood vessels
C. Cancer rates
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