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Tissues

wElcome to the tissues


World
DIRECTED COURSE:
Second grade
BY:
-Garcia V, Virviescas D,
Cardona P, Ruiz D, Velez C.
NOGALES COUNTRY SCHOOL
BIOLOGY
2015
What is a Tissue?

A group of closely associated


cells that perform related
functions and are similar in
structure. Those structures are
constituted by an organized cell
set equeal evenly distribuited,
with a coordinated physidogical
behavior and common
embryonic, its called histology:
science that studies these

organic tissue.

Animal Tissues
-Epithelium: The primary
functions of epithelial tissues
are: 1-Protect the tissues that
lie beneath it from
radiation,desiccation,toxinsmin
vasion by pathogens,and

physical trauma; 2 the


regulation and exchange of
chemicals between the
underlyng tissues and body
cavity, 3 to provide sensation. 4
Secretion of hormones into the
blood vascular system

Connective Tissue
Connective tissue (CT) is one of
the four types of

biological tissue that supports,


connects, or separates different
types of tissues and organs in
the body.

Muscle Tissue

Muscle is a soft tissue found in


most animals. Muscle
cells contain protein filaments
of actin and myosin that slide
past one another, producing
a contraction that changes both
the length and the shape of the
cell.

Nervous Tissue
Nervous tissue is the main
component of the two parts of
the nervous system;
the brain and spinal cord of
the central nervous
system(CNS), and the branching
peripheral nerves of
the peripheral nervous
system (PNS), which regulates
and controls bodily functions
and activity.

Plant Tissues
Parenchyma: In

plants parenchyma is the ground


tissue of nonwoodystructures

Collenchyma: enchyma tissue is


composed of elongated cells
with irregularly thickened walls.

They provide structural support,


particularly in
growingshoots and leaves

Epidermis: is a single-layered
group of cells that covers

plants' leaves, flowers, roots


and stems.

Trichomes: are fine outgrowths


or appendages on plants,
algae, lichens, and
certain protists.

Xylem: is one of the two types


of
transport tissue in vascularplan
ts, phloem b-eing the other.

Periderm: Often a secondary


covering called the periderm
forms on small woody stems
and many non woody plants,
which is composed of cork
(phellem), the cork
cambium (phellogen), and the
phelloderm.

Meristematic Tissue:
A meristem is the tissue in
most plants containing
undifferentiated cells
(meristematic cells), found in
zones of the plant where growth
can take place

Root Hairs: is a tubular


outgrowth of a trichoblast, a

hair-forming cell on
the epidermisof a plant root.

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Words:-Endrocrine, Thyroid,
Odrenal Glands, pancreas,
exocrine, salivary glands ,
sebaceous glands, sweat
glands, lacrimal glands ,
mammary glands.
ACTIVITY 2
2.Connect the parts:
Use the words and places.