Module 2 Lesson 1 Assignment
A connective tissue consists of living cells and non- living substance, various consistencies (fluid, solid, gel-like or very hard), gives the tissue its density. Connects binds and support structures (tendons and ligaments), wraps around organs and protects and cushions them, bear weight, stretch, and take abuse, insulates and fills space and stores fat, transports nutrients and other substances through the body, the supporting framework of our body and protects our organs.
The function of the nervous tissue is to generate and transmit nerve impulses to and from body organs.
There are three different kinds of muscles; skeletal, smooth, and cardiac. The function of skeletal is to provide movement and support. The function of smooth muscle is to move blood, food and waste through the body. the function of cardiac is to make the heart beat.