Nervous Tissue

Nervous Tissue

Nervous Tissue These tissues are specialized with no intercellular space. They are found in the brain, spinal cord, and nerves. These are the main components of the nervous system. The nervous system function for regulation and controls bodily functions. The nervous system consisting two parts- Central Nervous System and the Read more…

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Muscular Tissue

Muscular Tissue

Muscular Tissue The Muscle tissue is soft and it makes different types of muscles in animals, which gives the ability of muscles to contract. The muscular tissues also referred to as myopropulsive tissue. These tissues formed during embryonic development by the process of myogenesis. The muscle tissues are mesodermal in Read more…

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connective tissues

Connective tissues

Connective tissues Term connective tissue was introduced in 1830 by Johannes Peter Muller. The tissue was already recognized as a distinct class in the 18th century Connective tissues are the most abundant and widely distributed tissues of complex animals. These are mesodermal in origin. They perform the special function of Read more…

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epithelium

Epithelial tissue

Epithelial tissue The term “epithelium” introduced by Frederic Ruysch in 1703. Epithelium tissue is made up of one or more layers of cells which are compactly arranged with the little intracellular matrix. The Epithelial tissues line the external surfaces of organs and blood vessels throughout the body, as well as Read more…

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Classification of Animal Tissues

Classification of Animal Tissues

Classification of Animal Tissues Animal Tissues In multicellular animals, a group of similar cells along with intercellular substances perform a specific function. Such an organization is called tissue. The tissues arise from the undifferentiated cells of Primary Germ Layers I.e. Ectoderm, Mesoderm, and Endoderm. These tissues form an organ like Read more…

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