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A quick glance back at some of our earlier sketches of the Great Body Pyramid (such as Figure 62) reveals the tissue level of body organization A tissue is a
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Fig 610 The glucose molecule: some of its atoms and chemical bonds
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Fig 611 The beginning stages of glycolysis make ATP
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Fig 612 CNEMI: The tissue level of body organization
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collection of similar cells, plus the intercellular (in-ter-SELL-you-lar) material located between (inter-) them As is suggested by Figure 612, the word tissue comes from the Latin for (something) woven, such as a cloth fabric Now, you can see a cloth fabric with your naked eyes, right [Thinking & memory probe: Would you classify the tissue level of body organization as microscopic or macroscopic Why Check your speculations with the contents of the following sentences] If you recall, the tissue level (VI) is the level of body organization located immediately above the cell level (V) on the Great Body Pyramid It is also the rst level to be classi ed as gross or macroscopic
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But don t you usually have to use a microscope to see the individual cells within a tissue the inquiring reader may probe Yes, you must use a microscope to view the individual cells within a particular body tissue, but you can still see the whole tissue with your naked eyes! We will explain more about this vital distinction, shortly
SUMMARY TABLE 61
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C is for connective tissue
The picture labeled C in Figure 612 is a speci c type of connective tissue In general, connective tissue is a tissue that directly or indirectly connects body parts together The speci c example shown is areolar (uh-REE-uh-ler) connective tissue The word, areolar, refers to (-ar) little areas (areol) In the case of areolar connective tissue, the little areas are those spaces of intercellular material located between the many criss-crossing thick collagen and thin elastic bers The tapered cells shown are called broblasts (FEYE-broh-blasts) that is, ber ( br) formers (blasts) The broblasts form or secrete the numerous collagen and elastic bers Doesn t their extensively criss-crossing pattern
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Summary Table 61 Words and Word Parts
Write in the exact meaning (literal English translation) for up to 10 key terms selected from the preceding block of text After you are done, check your word meanings with the correct answers, which are given at the end of this chapter Key Terms cellular subatomic Pre xes (none) sub below (none) Roots cellul little boxes atom ( atom ) homeo control of Suf xes -ar referring to -ic pertaining to -stasis sameness -ia condition of -elle tiny -e presence of Exact Meanings 1 2
homeostasis
normothermia
normotherm normal heat (none) (none) organ ( organ ) chrom colored ; som body lys break down ; som body mit thread ; chondr granule aer air ; ob living
organelle chromosome
5 6
lysosome
(none)
-e presence of
mitochondrion
(none)
-ion presence of -ic relating to
aerobic
(none)
glycolysis
(none)
glyc sweet ; -is lys breaking down process of
make areolar connective tissue quite closely re ect the woven fabric concept behind the word tissue In fact, the whole discipline of examining tissues is called histology (hiss-TAHL-uh-jee) This term literally means the study of (-ology) tissues or webs (hist) When you cut open part of the body (such as the leg or cnemi [NEE-mee] pictured in Figure 612), you can see the
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areolar connective tissue forming a clear, shiny, loose web just below the skin and between the various internal organs [Study suggestion: Get a piece of raw chicken Lift the skin up away from the meat, and you will see a bunch of areolar connective tissue forming a loose, shiny webbing between the meat and skin You can see this whole tissue with your naked eyes (macroscopically), of course Now, if you cut a piece of this shiny webbing out of the raw chicken, colored it with a biological stain, and examined it histologically (hiss-toh-LAHJ-ik-lee) under the microscope, you would see broblasts and a criss-crossing network of collagen and elastic bers]
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