Tissue Types

LaKeidra Ramsey

Muscle Tissue

Muscles allow us to move, and makes our heartbeat. The form of muscle that makes our heartbeat is cardiac.

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Nervous Tissue

Nervous tissue makes up our brain, spinal cord, and nerves. Its function generates and transmits nerve impulses to and from body organs.

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Connective Tissue

Most abundant tissue found in the body, it connects, binds and supports structures. It's function is connecting other tissues to each other.

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Epithelial TIssue

Epithelial tissue covers the surfaces inside and outside the body. It's function is to protect the body, its form is a layer of skin all over the body to protect it from injury.

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Most Important Tissue

I think the tissue that best fits it's location and function is the epithelial because it's the skin and skin is literally everywhere, but it doesn't stop there it's the skin, nails, and inside the body covering organs. It also secretes sweat from glands to cool us off and oils to make us soft and keep us lubricated.