Be able to make a table listing the four major types of tissue. Describe the function, location, distinguishing characteristics, and make a sketch of each type. 2. Know the function and the components that make up the extra cellular matrix in connective tissue. 3. Know the three those of muscle tissue and give the function and location of each type. 4. Review the difference between tissue that is vascular and tissue that is vascular. Vascular: not many blood vessels and minimum blood flow; found in skin Vascular: a lot of blood vessels and a lot of blood flow 5.
Review the difference between tendons and ligaments Tendons: connects muscle to bon Ligaments: connects bone to bone 6. Describe the general characteristics of neurons. 7. Make a list of the different types of epithelial tissue. Discuss the function and location of each type. Simple Exogamous Function: absorption and secretion Location: lines body cavities and lungs and capillaries Simple Cuboids Function: secretion Location: salivary glands, kidney tumbles, and ovaries Simple Columnar Function: secretion/ produce mucus Location: digestive tract from stomach to anus Extraterrestrial Columnar
Function: absorption or secretion Location: respiratory tract and trachea Stratified Exogamous Function: protective covering on surfaces with a lot of friction Location: skin, mouth, and esophagi Stratified Columnar: protection Location: ducts of large glands Transitional Epithelium Function: allow for stretching of a few organs Location: lining of organs in urinary system Glandular epithelium (secretion) Endocrine- Function: secrete hormones into blood vessels Location: thyroid, adrenal, and pituitary gland Exorcise- Function: empty sweat and oil through ducts to the epithelial tissue
Location: sweat and oil glands 8. Review the different types of connective tissue. Make sure you know the function, the general characteristics of each type, and where in the body each type is located. 9. You should be able to identify each type of tissue when looking at a prepared slide or overhead picture. 1 Explain now the endocrine and exocrine glands vary in structure and function. Endocrine: inside 1 1 . Be able to draw and label the following orientation and directional terms: superior, inferior, anterior, posterior, medial, lateral proximal, distal, superficial, and deep.