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where are the stratified squamous found?

skin, mouth, throat, vagina, anal canal

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what does the stratified squamous do?

prevents water and substances from escaping, blocks chemicals and microorganisms

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where are stratified cuboidal found?

mammary gland, sweat gland, pancreas, salivary glands

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what does the stratified cuboidal do?

provides more protection

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where are the stratified columnar found?

vas deferens, male urethra, parts of the pharynx

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what does the stratified columnar do?

protects underlying tissue

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where are the pseudostratified columnar found?

respiratory tubes

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what does the pseudostratified columnar do?

line and sweep debris

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where are transitional epithelium found?

urinary bladder, ureter, superior urethra

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what does the transitional epithelium do?

desensibility and keeps urine from diffusing, expandable lining

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where are the glandular epithelium found?

digestive system, respiratory system, skin, salivary, pancreatic, sweat, mammary glands

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what does the glandular epithelium do?

secrete products into ducts, secrete in body fluids and blood

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secretes products into ducts

exocrine

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secrete in body fluids and bloode

endocrine

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Considered to be organs because they are composed of more than one type of tissue

Epithelial membranes

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What are epithelial membranes made of?

Epithelium and connective tissue

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What are the four main types of epithelial membranes?

Serous, mucus, synovial, integumentary

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Most common connective tissue

fibroblast

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cordlike or bandlike mass of white fibrous connective tissue that connects muscle to bone

tendon

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cell that secretes mucus

goblet

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concentric rings of bone cells

lamellae

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skin gland that secretes sebum

sebaceous gland

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discs that provide special connection in cardiac muscle

intercalated disc

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protein in white fibers of connective tissues and in bone matrix

collagen

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What are the characteristics of skeletal muscle?

voluntary, striated

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What are the characteristics of smooth muscle?

involuntary, visceral

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What are the characteristics of cardiac muscle?

Branched, striated

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Where are nervous tissues located?

Brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves

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Bone forming cells

Osteoblasts

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Refers to a type of cell

-Cyte