Anatomy and Physiology

Task 1
In this task I am going to outline the structures of the following tissues and how they are made up of.
Tissues are made up of a particular cells. Our body contains of the tissues which is basically a construction block of an organism. Everything including our heart, brain is appraise to be a tissue. Each organ has different kind of tissues which have different functions. They are listed below:
  * Simple Epithelium
Simple epithelia have serve numerous contributions in the body. Their job is to protect the internal and external body surfaces. They release fluids to moisturize tissues to reduce friction as the other organs knead against each other. It engulf the whole surface of the body and is made up of the cells that are closely packed to one another and is form in one or more layers.
  * Simple Squamous Epithelium
They are narrow and shallow which let them to have enormous surface area. They incline to have huge and elliptically- shaped nuclei because of its structure. Simple squamous epithelium is a one cell-layer thick and they are joined together by compact connections. Squamous epithelium are the negotiator of filtration and diffusion. Because of having narrow and shallow structure, they allow to have transmembrane movement of molecules such as oxygen and carbon dioxide and the other molecules such as ions and protein channels diffuse across the cells. Those simple squamous epithelium tissues are found where rapid diffusion and filtration takes place such as in mouth, blood vessels, heart, lungs, kidney glomerulus and tubules and the external layer of the skin.

  * Simple Cuboidal Epithelium
Simple cuboidal tissue consist of a single layer of cells. They are either in square or in cuboidal shape. They have a huge cytoplasmic volume which let them to confront more compounds function such as absorption and secretion. The nucleus in the cell has a spherical shaped. They lined the surface of the excretory duct in organs and glands to give...