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Animal Cells and Tissues. AP Biology. Animal Cells and Tissues. Four tissue types: Epithelial Connective Muscle Nervous. Cells, Tissues and Organs. Epithelial Tissue. Covers body surfaces and lines body cavities Three types: Squamous epithelium comprised of flattened cells

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Animal Cells and Tissues

Four tissue types:

  • Epithelial
  • Connective
  • Muscle
  • Nervous
epithelial tissue
Epithelial Tissue
  • Covers body surfaces and lines body cavities
  • Three types:
    • Squamous epithelium comprised of flattened cells
    • Cuboidal epithelium is made up of cube-shaped cells
    • Columnar epithelium consists of elongated cells
squamous epithelial cells
Squamous Epithelial Cells
  • Squamous cells have the appearance of thin, flat plates
  • Have horizontally flattened, elliptical nuclei because of the thin flattened form of the cell
  • Form the lining of cavities such as the mouth, blood vessels, heart and lungs and make up the outer layers of the skin
cuboidal epithelial cells
Cuboidal Epithelial Cells
  • Cuboidal cells are roughly square or cuboidal in shape
  • Each cell has a spherical nucleus in the center
  • Found in glands and in the lining of the kidney tubules
columnar epithelial cells
Columnar Epithelial Cells
  • Cells are elongated and column-shaped
  • Nuclei are elongated and are usually located near the base of the cells
  • Columnar epithelium forms the lining of the stomach and intestines
  • Some columnar cells are specialized for sensory reception such as in the nose, ears and the taste buds of the tongue
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Simple epithelium made up of only one cell layer

Stratified epithelium has more than a single layer of cells

Epithelial Tissue
functions of epithelial tissue
Functions of Epithelial Tissue
  • Movement of materials into, out of, or around the body
  • Protection of the internal environment against the external environment
  • Secretion of a product
examples of epithelial tissues
Examples of Epithelial Tissues
  • Glands:
    • Intestinal goblet cells (single epithelial cells)
    • Endocrine glands (multicellular)
  • Many animals have skin that is composed of epithelium
  • Vertebrates have keratin in their epithelial cells to reduce water loss
  • Many invertebrates secrete mucus or other materials from their skin (earthworms)
connective tissue
Connective Tissue

Serve many purposes in the body including:

  • Support
  • Protection
  • Binding
  • Blood formation
  • Fat storage
  • Fill space
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Connective Tissue
  • Cells are separated from one another by a non-cellular matrix
  • This matrix may be:
    • Solid as in bone
    • Soft as in loose connective tissue
    • Liquid as in blood
types of connective tissue
Types of Connective Tissue
  • There are 3 main types of connective tissue
    • Loose Connective Tissue
    • FibrousConnective Tissue
    • Specialized Connective Tissues
      • Adipose Tissue (Fat)
      • Cartilage
      • Bone
      • Blood
loose connective tissue lct
Loose Connective Tissue (LCT)
  • Fibroblasts are separated by a collagen fiber-containing matrix
  • Collagen provides elasticity and flexibility
  • Occurs beneath epithelium in skin and many internal organs
  • Forms a protective layer over muscle, nerves and blood vessels
fibrous connective tissue fct
Fibrous Connective Tissue (FCT)
  • Consists of many collagen fibers closely packed together
  • Occurs in tendons, connecting muscle to bone
  • Make up ligaments, connecting bone-to-bone at a joint
cartilage
Cartilage
  • Soft
  • Structural proteins deposited in the matrix between cells
  • Forms embryonic skeletons
  • Occurs in mature human adults in ears, joints and tip of nose
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Bone
  • Hard
  • Calcium salts deposited in matrix
  • Serve as a sink for calcium
  • Proteins provide elasticity while minerals provide strength
  • Dense bone has osteocytes located in lacunae (Haversian canals)
  • Spongy bone occurs at the end of bones and absorb stress
blood
Blood
  • Connective tissue separated by a liquid matrix called plasma
  • Red blood cells (erythrocytes) carry oxygen
  • White blood cells (leukocytes) function in the immune system
  • Platelets are cell fragments important in blood clotting
  • Plasma transports glucose, wastes, CO2, hormones and regulate water balance for the blood
muscle tissue
Muscle Tissue
  • Facilitates movement by contraction of individual muscle cells referred to as muscle fibers
  • Found only in members of the animal kingdom
  • Three types:
    • Skeletal (Striated)
    • Smooth
    • Cardiac
muscle fibers
Muscle Fibers
  • Multinucleated with nuclei just beneath the plasma membrane
  • Prominent striated, thread-like myofibrils
  • The fundamental unit of the muscle is the sarcomere
  • Each sarcomere consists of:
    • Thick filaments made of myosin at the center
    • Thin filaments made of actin attached to the Z line
skeletal muscle
Skeletal Muscle
  • Function in conjunction with the skeletal system in voluntary muscle movement
  • Striated with alternating bands at right angles to the long axis of the cell
  • The bands are areas of actin and myosin deposition
smooth muscle
Smooth Muscle
  • Lack banding
  • Spindle shaped cells that form masses
  • Function in involuntary movements and/or autonomic responses like breathing, secretion, etc.
  • Make up structures in the digestive system, reproductive tract and blood vessels
cardiac muscle
Cardiac Muscle
  • Striated
  • Limited to the heart
  • Cells are forked, with nucleus near the center
  • Cells are connected together by disks
    • Intercalated disks
nervous tissue
Nervous Tissue
  • Important in the integration of stimulus and control of the response to that stimulus
  • Made of nerve cells called neurons and glial cells (helper cells)
    • Neurons transmit nerve messages
    • Glial cells are in direct contact with neurons and often surround them
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Nervous Tissue
  • The neuron is the functional unit of the nervous system
  • Variable in size and shape
  • Humans have about 100,000,000,000 (100 billion) neurons in their brain! Wow!
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Nervous Tissue
  • Each neuron has a cell body, an axon and many dendrites
  • The cell body contains the nucleus, mitochondria and other organelles
  • The axon conducts messages away from the cell body
  • Dendrites receive information from other cells and direct them to the cell body