Chapter 4. Tissue: The Living Fabric G.R. Pitts, Ph.D, J.R. Schiller, Ph.D. & James F. Thompson, Ph.D. General. Tissues - groups of cells with similar basic structures which cooperate to perform a related function Four basic types of tissues
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Tissue: The Living Fabric
G.R. Pitts, Ph.D,J.R. Schiller, Ph.D. &James F. Thompson, Ph.D.
Pseudostratified epithelium (from the respiratory tree) appears stratified, but actually is a single layer of cells of varying heights; each cell touches the basement membrane
Classified by the characteristics of the matrix
Also see Table 4.1
Details covered in lab
A particular Epithelium and its underlying Connective Tissue support
We’ll see the embryonic tissues again in Chapter 28 next semester
Exam 1 covers Chapters 1-4