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Function of Serous Fluidprevents friction (ex. pinky on balloon)
Function of Sebaceous Glandproduces oil (sebum)
Function of Dermisdeeper layer of connective tissue
Function of Epidermissurface layer of keratinized stratified squamous ET w/ basement membrane
Function of Nervous Tissue"communication" transmits electrical impluses to communicate internal and external environmental stimuli
Function of Connective Tissuebind together and suport tissues and organs, insulate, store and reserve energy and transport substances within the body
Function of Muscle Tissuemovement
Function of Bloodtransports substances throughout the body
Function of Compact Bonecreates skeletal strength and support
Function of Elastic Cartilageconveys support and resilience
Function of Hyaline Cartilageshape and support
Function of Fibrocartilageshock absorber
Function of Dense Regular CTstrengthens ligaments and tendons
Function of Dense Irregular CTallows stretching of organ in many directions
Function of Reticular CTsupports and shapes organs
Function of Adipose CTstores energy reserve (fat cells, adipocyte, triglyceride)
Function of Areolar CTbinds tissues and organs together
Function of Basement Membraneadhesion to underlying connective tissues
Function of Epithelial Tissuecovers body, protection, absorption, filtration, exretion, secretation, sensory reception
Function of Stratified Squamous ETprotection (only type of stratified in the body)
Function of Simple Squamous ETDiffusion and Filtration
Function of Simple Cuboidal ETSecretion
Function of Simple Columnar ET (with goblet cells)Absorption
Function of Ciliated Columnar ETtransportation of OVA
Function of Pseudostratified Ciliated Columnar ET (with goblet cells)removal of mucus from the respiratory tract
Function of Transitional ETdistention and Expansion