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What are the human body’s levels of organization?
What are the primary roles of epithelial tissue?
What are the structural properties of the different connecetive tissue fibers? which one has the highest tensile strength? which one forms a dense supportive web? Which one can deform and then recoil easily?
General composition of the tissues. Are they made mostly of cells? do some have large quantities of extracellular matrix, and what is this matrix composed of?
What is the primary cell type of the different connective tissues?
What are some of the additional properties of areolar connective tissue? (Fluid/nutrient resevoir, etc)
What is the primary structural difference between dense regular and dense irregular connective tissue? (hint: its in the name)
What roles would stratified squamos epithelium be best suited for?
Where are the keratinized/non keratined versions of stratified squamos epithelium?
General properties of pseudostraified epithelium
What does the basement membrane consist of?
Where might you expect to find dense regular and irregular connective tissues
What property of hyaline cartilage makes it resistant to compression?
Skeletal muscle properties versus cardiac muscle properties
What is the most widespread tissue in the body
What are the two specialized forms of covering/lining epithelia that have their own special names? (hint: theyre written on one of the PPT slides)
What are the common characteristics that connective tissues share
What produces the basal lamina?
Alright guys there it is! Study guide 2. Let me know if you have any questions about what I meant by any of the following.