What are the four main types of animal tissue?
The four main types are epithelial, connective, muscular, and neural (nervous) tissue.
These types are further subdivided. For example, there are three types of muscular tissue: skeletal, smooth, and cardiac.
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These types are further subdivided. For example, there are three types of muscular tissue: skeletal, smooth, and cardiac.
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Teeth help you chew your food, making it easier to digest. Each type of tooth has a slightly different shape and performs a different job. Types of teeth include: . Incisors. Incisors are the eight teeth in the front and center of your mouth (four on top and four on bottom). These are the teeth t…hat you use to take bites of your food. Incisors are usually the first teeth to erupt, at around 6 months of age for your first set of teeth, and between 6 and 8 years of age for your adult set. . Canines. Your four canines are the next type of teeth to develop. These are your sharpest teeth and are used for ripping and tearing food apart. Primary canines generally appear between 16 and 20 months of age with the upper canines coming in just ahead of the lower canines. In permanent teeth, the order is reversed. Lower canines erupt around age 9 with the uppers arriving between 11 and 12 years of age. . Premolars. Premolars, or bicuspids, are used for chewing and grinding food. You have four premolars on each side of your mouth, two on the upper and two on the lower jaw. The first premolars appear around age 10 and the second premolars arrive about a year later. . Molars. Primary molars are also used for chewing and grinding food. These appear between 12 and 15 months of age. These molars are replaced by the first and second permanent molars (four upper and four lower). The first molars erupt around 6 years of age while the second molars come in between 11 and 13 years of age. . Third molars. Third molars are commonly known as wisdom teeth . These are the last teeth to develop and do not typically erupt until age 18 to 20, and some people never develop third molars at all. For those who do, these molars may cause crowding and need to be removed. Your mouth is important. Don't take your teeth or oral health for granted. For good dental health, brush and floss your teeth regularly, don't smoke , eat a healthy diet, and see your dentist regularly for dental cleanings and checkups. A healthy mouth makes for a healthy body ... and a pretty smile. Source: http://www.everydayhealth.com/dental-health/101/your-mouth-101.aspx (MORE)
The three types are: 1. skeletal muscle which move the bones of the skeletal system. These are also voluntary which means that you must use your mind to move them. 2. Smooth muscle which is found forming hollow organs of the body. The GI tract, the respiratory tract, the reproductive and urinary… tracts. These are involuntary. 3. cardiac muscle which makes the heart contract. This type is only found in the heart. The cells beat on their own and also beat in rhythm with each other. (MORE)
That all depends on your viewpoint and your opinion. The biggestconcern for abuse and cruelty to animals, though, is neglect.Animal rescue organizations see more cases of animals beingneglected than any other form of abuse out there.
Muscle tissue: produce, force and cause motion. Nerve tissue: Forms brain, spinal cord and cranial nerves. Epithelial tissue: provides barrier for organs from outside environment. Connective tissue: Holds other tissues together such as bone of blood.. Muscle tissue: produce, force and cause… motion. Nerve tissue: Forms brain, spinal cord and cranial nerves. Epithelial tissue: provides barrier for organs from outside environment. Connective tissue: Holds other tissues together such as bone of blood. (MORE)
there is only three types of yeast fresh yeast dried yeast and fast action yeast
Diseases can be divided into four main types: - pathogenic - deficiency - hereditary - physiological Atwaroo-Ali, Linda, 2003. Macmillan CXC Science Series Biology. Oxford: Macmillan Education
the four main types of financial institutions are as follows public, semi-private, private and focused.
This was the topic of my MSc thesis - I've summarised very briefly, and haven't included any of the agents commonly believed to have been developed by the US but not proven. There are arguably FIVE categories of chemical weapons, although most people categorise the last category, the sulphonamid…es, in with the fourth category. The categories are: 1. Blister agents - these include the modern liquid agents developed by the USSR: hypochlorite, dimethicone, and nonoxynol-9. They also include the more traditional 'mustard gases' which are highly volatile derivatives of spintolene. All of these agents cause the rapid development of chemical burns, usually within 3-4 minutes of exposure. The burns can be treated effectively with a solution of milk of magnesia with a soluble polymimetic alloy such as the alpha-agonist T1000. These are the only class of chemical weapon not banned under the terms of third revision (2001) of the 1997 Chemical Weapons Convention. 2. Nerve gases. These are well known, with many references in popular culture such as '24' and the film 'The Rock'. The best-known example is VX, which when stored under pressure (typically in a glass sphere or bottle) has a characteristic bright green colour. When released, it rapidly vapourises into a lightly coloured mist, which causes death within seconds if inhaled. Other well-known nerve agents include sarin (used in the 1990s by the Aum cult in the Tokyo subway attack) its analogue saran, tabulinum, bottrox, and 1.1.1 S-aychetelyne. All of these work in the same way: they selectively block the myelination of degenerative neuronal synapses, resulting in a build up of acetylcholinesterase, causing immediate destruction of the involuntary nervous response. 3. Blood agents. These are slower-acting than nerve agents, but still very rapid acting. The best known is sodium cyanide, although other cyanides are as effective. They work by preventing the uptake of glucose by the Willis receptor in erythrocytes, causing death by cellular asphyxiation. 4. Incapacitating agents. This is a wide class of substances with a wide variety of effects. BZ gas is a well known example, developed by the US in the 1960s as a pacificant. Riot control agents are better known as 'tear gases' and include pepper spray, CN, CS, CU and NT. 'Caseous agents' have been developed to induce powerful sensations of thirst, hunger, and vivid and disorientating dreams - examples include roqufortelene and borsine agent. 'Muscarinic acid antagonists' can cause a painful sense of ennui if inhaled, leading to navel-gazing sterotypies and psychological breakdown. 5. Sternutators or 'vomitting agents'. These induce a powerful vomit reflex, which is not only incapacitating in itself (without being lethal), but it also makes wearing a gas mask impossible, meaning that other agents are more effective. Two examples are Johnson's Agent, and moribloxithane. They are often considered with the category 4 agents. As stated earlier, all but the blister agents are banned by the Chemical Weapons Convention, drawn up in 1997 jointly by France and Rhodesia. This prohibits the use of chemical weapons on the populations of states party to the convention. However, it places no restriction on the use of chemical weapons against other states if used in retaliation for certain clauses of breaches of the Geneva convention or Wassenar pact. Hope this helps! (MORE)
The four tissues are; epithelial, nervous, muscular, and connective. The epithelial tissues give rise to most cancers because they have a strong propensity to proliferate.
A tissue is a functional grouping of cells. Animal tissues can beclassified into four basic types: connective, muscle, nervous andepithelial.
There are four main classes of animals: Mammals ( Mammalia ), Birds ( Aves ), Reptiles ( Reptilia ), and Fish ( Chondrichthyes , Agnatha , Placodermi , Actinopterygii , Sarcopterygii ).
The four main types of tissue in multicellular organisms are muscle, connective, nervous, and epithelial tissues.
basically thre r only 2 types of plant tissues i.e. meristamatic tissue & permanent tissue. bt d 3 types for vich u r asking r divisions of meristematic tissue, d 3 types r APICAL , INTERCALARY & LATERAL .
\nthe four main types of blood are A,AB,B,and O.Type AB is called the universal recipient and type O is called the universal donor.
You can have O, A, B, or AB blood with either the + or - marker
Are you talking about domestic animals? If so cats and dogs would be best. Other domestic animals would be birds, gerbils, hamsters, ferrets, and snakes. African animals would include lions, giraffes, and elephants.
A tissue is a group of cells that have a similar shape and function. Different types of tissues can be found in different organs. In humans, there are four basic types of tissue: epithelial, connective, muscular, and nervous tissue. There may be various sub-tissues within each of the primary tissues…. . Epithelial tissue covers the body surface and forms the lining for most internal cavities. The major function of epithelial tissue includes protection, secretion, absorption, and filtration. The skin is an organ made up of epithelial tissue which protects the body from dirt, dust, bacteria and other microbes that may be harmful. Cells of the epithelial tissue have different shapes as shown on the student's worksheet. Cells can be thin, flat to cubic to elongated. . Connective tissue is the most abundant and the most widely distributed of the tissues. Connective tissues perform a variety of functions including support and protection. The following tissues are found in the human body, ordinary loose connective tissue, fat tissue, dense fibrous tissue, cartilage, bone, blood, and lymph, which are all considered connective tissue. . There are three types of muscle tissue: skeletal, smooth, and cardiac. Skeletal muscle is a voluntary type of muscle tissue that is used in the contraction of skeletal parts. Smooth muscle is found in the walls of internal organs and blood vessels. It is an involuntary type. The cardiac muscle is found only in the walls of the heart and is involuntary in nature. . Nerve tissue is composed of specialized cells which not only receive stimuli but also conduct impulses to and from all parts of the body. Nerve cells or neurons are long and string-like. . In tissues the simplest combination is called a membrane, or a sheet of tissues which cover or line the body surface or divide organs into parts. Examples include the mucous membrane which lines body cavities. Tissues combine to form organs. An organ is a part of the body which performs a definite function. The final units of organization in the body are called systems. A system is a group of organs each of which contributes its share to the function of the body as a whole. . I hope this helped you. I spent a lot of time on this! (MORE)
OTHER PERSON's ANSWER: skin NOTE: That above answer is wrong (skin has no muscle tissue) I believe the correct answer is the Heart, having Epithelial, Nervous, Muscle, and Connective tissues. The Correct Answer is skin.. skin contains arrector pili(a muscle)
The four most common types are Laser Jet, Ink Jet, Offset (Printing press) and Thermal. One other but less common method is Dot Matrix.
i believe the answer you are looking for is . leaf . subcutaneous . intermuscular . intramuscular these are the four types of fat in animal meat, i got my answer from a text book that i use for my college culinary arts class
There are four types of tissue that are found in the stomach. Thesetissues are epithelial, connective, muscle, and nervous tissues.
The four basic types of tissues in an animals are epithelial,connective, muscular, and nervous tissue. The tissues can be brokendown further into sub-categories.
The four major types of tissue in the body are muscle tissue, connective tissue, nervous tissue, and epithelial tissue. :)
The four main types of glaciers are U-shaped valley, hanging glacier, Piedmont glacier and tide water glacier.
Autocracy, democracy and oligarchy are the three main types; most others fit under them in some way.
Clogs can be a type of shoe or sandal made predominantly out of wood. They can be a type of heavy boot or shoe with sides, uppers and typically thick wooden soles, and may have steel toecaps or steel reinforcing in the undersides of the soles. A clog can also be a special kind of shoe wor…n while clog-dancing . (MORE)
The four types of tissue are , 1.Epithelial Tissue, 2.Muscle Tissue ,3.Connective tissue, 4.Nervous tissue 1.Epithelial Tissue | a.simple--------------- b.stratified | ---------------------------------------------------------------------- | | | a.columnar b.ciliated c.cubical 2.muscle ti…ssue | ------------------------------------- | | a.voluntary b.involuntary | | -------------------- a.cardiac | | a.smooth b.skeletal 3.connective tissue | --------------------------------------------------------- | | | a.loose b.dense 3.fluid 4.nervous tissue | --------------------------- | | a.peripheral b.central (MORE)
The four types of stars are; Main Sequence, White Swarfs, Red Giants and Super Giants. 90% of stars are in the Main Sequence.
there is parallel parking, emergency parking, parking on a hill, and prohibited parking. (at least that's what the handbook in Arizona says, but check with your state handbook.)
Vegetables are classified into four main groups. Group one includesroot vegetables such as carrots, beets, and potatoes. Group twocontains broccoli, cauliflower, turnips, and cabbage. Group threeis all types of beans and peas. Group four is all other vegetables.
1. Muscle 2. connective tissues expand and contract the lungs. 3. Nervous tissue sends and receives messages that help regulate gas exchange in the lungs and the rate at which a person breathes. 4. Epithelial tissue forms the inner lining of the lungs.
The three main types of plant tissues are; . Epideral: protects the cell from damage or dehydration, while the specilized GUARD CELLS allow gasses to pass through the epidermis.. Vascular: there are two types of transpoting tissues and they are called XYLEM and PHLOEM. They both transport mater…ials throughtout the plant; *Xylem tissues transports water from the roots to the leaves. * Phloem tissues transports sugurs from the leaves to the rest of the plant.. Ground: povides for the plant in many different ways, making this the largest tissue in the plant. It providesl * Structure for the stems * Storage for the roots * Photosynthesis in the leaves. (MORE)
Four types of tissues are: 1. connective (connects between body organs) 2. epithelial (covers the surfaces. Some conatin cilia which moves substances) 3.nervous ( conducts nerve impulses around the body for coordination) 4. muscles ( contracts to bring about locomotion/ movement)
It depends what is meant by type: Form factor: Desktop, laptop, tablet, all-in-one Model: Mac, HP, Dell, Toshiba (the last company I'm not sure of) Based on OS: Macs, Windows, Linux-based computers, those with mobile operating systems System: Integrated, single user multi function, multi… user multi function...ish... See, more details are needed. (MORE)
Connective tissue- connects . nervous tissue- fast-acting tissue, most controls. . muscular tissue- movement . epithelial tissue- Covers, linings.
The four types of fat are saturated, monounsaturated,polyunsaturated, and trans fat (hydrogenation process). Polyunsaturated and monounsaturated are good for you since theyreduce the chances of getting heart disease. They also have otherhealth benefits.
mainly there are four types of body tissue [animals] epithelial tissue connective tissue muscular tissue nervous tissue
There are four basic tissue types. They all have in common that they are... . made up of cells . vital things any organism needs to live . around your bones Hope I helped! Sorry I couldn't think up of any more... I'm dealing with the same question right now and i just gave zou what I have so fa…r! (MORE)
There are actually 8 kinds of wetlands called: Seasonally Flooded Basin or Flat Wet Meadow Shallow Marsh Deep Marsh Shallow Open Water Shrub Swamp Wooded Swamp And Bogs
Plant tissues would not be found in animal cells. They include the following: Meristematic tissues Parenchyma Collenchyma Sclerenchyma Epidermis (different from the epidermis in animals) Xylem Phloem Source: Wikipedia article Tissue (Biology)
Enamel is the hard casing of the teeth. Under that is dentine, it's softer and more yellow in colour. Then there are the roots of the teeth they contain a series of blood vessels and nerve tissue. Hope i haven't missed anything.
Epithelium - Tissues composed of layers of cells that cover organ surfaces such as surface of the skin and inner lining of digestive tract: the tissues that serve for protection, secretion, and absorption. . Connective tissue - As the name suggests, connective tissue holds everything together. …Connective tissue is characterized by the separation of the cells by nonliving material, which is called extracellular matrix . Bone and blood are connective tissues. . Muscle tissue - Muscle cells are the contractile tissue of the body. Its function is to produce force and cause motion, either locomotion or movement within internal organs. Muscle tissue is separated into three distinct categories: visceral or smooth muscle , which is found in the inner linings of organs; skeletal muscle , which is found attached to bone in order for mobility to take place; and cardiac muscle which is found in the heart. . Nervous tissue - Cells forming the brain , spinal cord and peripheral nervous system. (MORE)
The four main types of fonts are serif, sans-serif, script or cursive, and specialty, including monospace.
The New Testemant; presuming your talking about the normal KJV version has 26 chapters. The 4 gospels i think are your 4 main types and they are called Matthew, Mark, Luke and John Another Answer: If by 'type' you mean divisions, then they are: 1. The Gospels and Acts 2. The Pauline Epi…stles 3. The General Epistles 4. Revelation - Prophecy (MORE)
Four basic types of cells are muscle cells, epithelial cells neurons, and connective tissue cells.
Epithelial tissue - generally forms surfaces over and around things. They line ducts, glands, blood vessels, skin, and the GI and reproductive tracts of the body. They generally have protective, secretory/absorptive, and chemical modification functions in the body. Connective tissue - these hold o…ther tissues together. They are composed of a cellular component, a fluid ground substance, and a fibrous protein matrix. Connective tissues are very diverse in form and function. For example, cartilage and bone are connective tissues; so is blood. Muscular tissue - cardiac, striated, and smooth muscle cells. These convert chemical and electrical energy into movement. Muscles as a whole, however, are composed of all four types of tissue. Neural tissue - these are made of neurons and glial cells, and have a role in communication and control of the rest of the body. (MORE)
(1) binding and support (2) protection (3) insulation and (4) transportation of substances within the body
Epithelial . Connective . Muscle . Nervous These four groups tissues constitute the human body.
The two main types of animals are vertebrates, and invertebrates. This is classified as animals with a back bone (vertebrates), and animals without a back bone (invertebrates).
Connective, epithelial, muscular and nervous. Connective tissue is the most common in the body. Functions include support and protection. Bone, cartilage, and fat are all connective tissue, but blood and lymph are also connective. Epithelial tissue covers the body and forms the linings of most bo…dy cavities. Functions include protection and secretion (like sweat) among others. Skin is an example of of epithelial tissue. Muscular tissue has three types: Skeletal, cardiac and smooth. Skeletal muscles are the ones you control to move your body. Smooth and cardiac muscles in involuntary. Most internal organs are composed of smooth muscle. Cardiac muscle is only found in the heart. Nervous tissue makes up nerves. Nerves are long and string like. The cells that make up this tissue (neurons) detect stimuli and conduct electric impulses to and from all parts of the body. (MORE)