PLANTS AND ANIMAL TISSUE

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Republic of the Philippines Laguna State Polytechnic University San Pablo Campus Del Remedio, San Pablo City College of Teacher Education Bachelor of Elementary Education: 

Republic of the Philippines L aguna S tate P olytechnic U niversity San Pablo Campus Del Remedio , San Pablo City C ollege of T eacher E ducation B achelor of E lementary Ed ucation

PLANT AND ANIMAL TISSUE: 

PLANT AND ANIMAL TISSUE

Animal Tissue: 

Animal Tissue

Epithelial Cell: 

Epithelial Cell Consists of a single layer of cells covering the surface of our body and the organs within it .

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Structurally we may group the cells squamous or flat, cuboidal , columnar, ciliated , or flagelatted .

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A simple squamous epithelium is made up of thin flat cells.

Stratified squamous epithelium: 

Stratified squamous epithelium Forms the outer layer of the skin

Cuboidal epithelium : 

Cuboidal epithelium Cube like cells, is presented in our salivary glands, kidney tubules and thyroid gland.

Stratified columnar epithelium : 

Stratified columnar epithelium Consists of cells that are tail or elongated

Cilaited Cell: 

Cilaited Cell Has on its exposed sureface , numerous short hairlike extension known as cilia .

Columnar ciliated epithelium: 

Columnar ciliated epithelium Lines the air passages of land vertebrates

Glandullar Epithelium: 

Glandullar Epithelium Specializes in secreting products needed by the body. Our sebaceous and salivary glands are lined with cuboidal cells

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The epithelial cell that specialize in receiving certain kinds of external stimuli are called sensory cell.

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The most common types of connective tissues are fibrous, cartilage, bone, adipose and, vascular tissues.

Fibrous Tissues: 

Fibrous Tissues Is the most common type of connective tissue found all over our body .

Cartilage Tissue: 

Cartilage Tissue Secrete fibrous materials that are strong but flexible.

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The other parts of our body with cartilage are our larynx and intervertebral discs.

Bone Tissue: 

Bone Tissue Is much harder than our cartilage tissue. It formed by stellate cells osteoblasts .

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The dead, hard materials of bone is mainly calcium phosphate.

Adipose Tissue: 

Adipose Tissue Is a special type of supporting tissue. Serve s as fat storage and as supporting pads for other tissues. Each adipose tissue cell is characterized by the presence of fat droplets or globules.

Vascular Tissue: 

Vascular Tissue Our body is the vascular or circulatory tissue of our body. It is also a tissue that consists of a fluid component, the plasma and the cellular parts. The plasma diffuses out of a capillary into spaces between cells and becomes part of our lymph.

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The cellular part consists of the red blood cell or erythrocytes.

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The white blood cell or leukocytes.

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Small cell fragment called blood platelets or thrombocytes .

Muscular pr Contractile Tissue: 

Muscular pr Contractile Tissue The different kinds of muscle tissues are smooth, striated and cardiac

Smooth Muscle: 

Smooth Muscle Also called involuntary muscle , consist of delicate spindle shaped cells, each with one central oval nucleus and homogeneous fibrils. Because it is found in the internal organs, it is likewise called visceral muscle.

Striated Muscles: 

Striated Muscles Are also called skeletal muscle, because they are attached to our bones. Their movement can be controlled at will; thus they also called voluntary muscles.

Heart muscle: 

Heart muscle Is called the cardiac muscle The cardiac muscle is striated yet involuntary. Its movement is not controlled at will.

Nervous tissue: 

Nervous tissue The simultaneous use of your senses is possible because you have a nervous system which is composed of nerve cells or neurons.

References:: 

References: Biology Textbook Author: Carmelita M. Cap co Gilbert C. Yang Google.com (Wikipedia)

Prepared by: Everine Iona A. Diones Christine San Juan: 

Prepared by: Everine Iona A. Diones Christine San Juan