Tissues

Kristina Harper

Epithelial Tissue

Closely packed, flattened cells that make up the inside or outside lining of the body. The tissue does not have any blood flow, nutrient and waste exchange occurs through connective tissue.

Connective Tissue

Connective tissue is found around and between organs, it connects, combines, and supports structures.

Muscle Tissue

There is skeletal, smooth, and cardiac tissue. Muscle functions: body movement, moves blood, food, and waste through the body's organs, and is responsible for synchronized contractions of the heart.

Nervous Tissue

Nervous tissue transmits nerve impulses to and from body organs.

Muscle tissue

I believe that muscle tissue is the best type for its position because every muscle that is placed makes our body able to move and preform tasks. It also allows our heart to beat.