Understanding Words
help you
remember scientif
c word meanings.
Examine root words, stems, pref
xes,
suFf
ces, pronunciations, and build
a solid anatomy and physiology
vocabulary.
A
major change
that
you will notice in the
12th edition is a
new
format.
The book is
now organized with
Learning Outcomes
and Assessments.
Learn,
Practice,
Assess!
LEARN
Learning Outcomes
open the chapters, and are
closely linked to Chapter Assessments and Integrative
Assessments/Critical Thinking questions Found at the
end oF each chapter.
Learning tools to help you succeed.
..
Check out the
Chapter Preview, Foundations for Success,
on
page xxiii. The
Chapter Preview was specif
cally designed to
help students
LEARN
how to study at the collegiate level and
eFf
ciently use the tools available to them. It provides
helpFul study tips.
Reference Plates
oFFer vibrant
detail oF body structures.
Chapter Opening Vignettes
introduce each topic.
Taken From headlines and
scientif
c journal reports,
they extend the student’s
view oF the chapter content.
LEARNING OUTCOMES
After you have studied this chapter, you should be able to:
5.1 Introduction
1
Describe a tissue, and explain the intercellular junctions in tissues.
2
List the four major tissue types in the body.
5.2 Epitehelial Tissues
3
Describe the general characteristics and functions of epithelial tissue.
4
Name the types of epithelium and identify an organ in which each is
found.
5
Explain how glands are classiF
ed.
5.3 Connective Tissues
6
Describe the general characteristics of connective tissue.
7
Compare and contrast the cellular components, structures, F
bers, and
extracellular matrix (where applicable) in each type of connective tis-
sue. (p. 156)
8
Describe the major functions of each type of connective tissue.
5.4 Types of Membranes
9
Describe and locate each of the four types of membranes.
PLATE FIVE
Human female torso with the lungs, heart, and smal intestine sectioned and the liver re± ected (lifted back). (
a.
stands for
artery, m.
stands for
muscle,
and
v.
stands for
vein.
)
Larynx
Trachea
Left subclavian a.
Arch of aorta
Pulmonary a.
Pulmonary trunk
Pulmonary v.
Left atrium
Lung
Left ventricle
Diaphragm
Sple n
Stomach
Transverse colon
Jejunum (cut)
Descending colon
Ureter
Sigmoid colon
Rectum
Uterus
Tensor fasciae latae m.
Round ligament of uterus
Urinary blad er
Great saphenous v.
Rectus femoris m.
Vastus lateralis m.
Sartorius m.
Common carotid a.
Right subclavian a.
Brachiocephalic a.
Superior vena cava
Right atrium
Right ventricle
Lobes of liver
Gal blad er
Cystic duct
Duodenum
Ascending colon
Mesentery
l eum (cut)
Cecum
Ap endix
Common iliac a.
Ovary
Uterine tube
Femoral a.
Femoral v.
Ad uctor longus m.
Gracilis m.
Vastus medialis m.
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