The Four Cell Types

By : Kyle Krimin

Epithelial

Form: Tightly Packed Together to create a protective barrier


Function: Protection, Absorption, Filtration and Excretion, Secretion, Sensory perception.

Connective

Form: Can stretch, bear weight, take abuse.


Function: Connects, binds and supports structures,protects and cushions organs and tissues, extracellular matrix, adipose, blood, bone

Muscle

Form: Around bones, organ walls, and heart.


Function: Body movement, Move blood, food, and waste through the body's organs, contract the heart to create a heart beat.

Nervous

Form: Brain, Spinal Cord, Nerves


Function: Generates and transmits nerve impulses to and from the body organs via neutrons.

The Muscle Tissue

Big image

The Muscle tissue is arguable the most important tissue in our body system.

I believe that the muscle tissue is the most important because Cardiac Muscle controls the heart and the heart pumps blood, controlling the rest of the body systems. The Skeletal Muscle is also very helpful. Without it, we wouldn't be able to move.