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Allows diffusion of substances and filtration in sites where protection is not important; can secret lubricating substancesSimple Squamous Epithelium
64.9%
propels substances or objects along internal passagewaysSmooth Muscle
64.9%
transports oxygen and carbon dioxide, nutrients, wasts, and other substances; forms parts of the immune systemBlood
63.1%
voluntary motion; locomotion; manipulation of the environment; facial expressionSkeletal Muscle
58.6%
fuel/energy reserve; helps keep heat in; supports and protects organsAdipose Tissue
56.8%
transmit electrical signals that are either sensory or motor to control their activityNervous Tissue
55.9%
secretion and absorptionSimple Cuboidal Epithelium
51.4%
contraction to propel blood into the circulationCardiac Muscle
51.4%
protection of tissues in any place that could have abrasionStratified Squamous Epithelium
49.5%
support and reinforcement; cushions bones from rubbing together and resists compressionHyaline Cartilage
49.5%
maintains the shape and structure of the ear, but allows flexibilityElastic Cartilage
47.7%
absorption; secretion of mucus, enzymes, and other substancesSimple Columnar Epithelium
46.8%
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absorbes compressive shock and is very strong when stretchedFibrocartilage
43.2%
srteches easily so that it can contain more urineTransitional Epithelium
40.5%
attaches muscles to bones, bones to other bones, and withstands great pulling forceDense Regular Connective Tissue
40.5%
provides strength and can withstand tension exerted in all directionsDense Irregular Connective Tissue
37.8%
protection and secretionStratified Columnar Epithelium
36.9%
wraps and cushions organs; holds fluid through phagocytosisAreolar Connective Tissue
36.9%
secretion, especially mucus; propells mucusPseudostratified Columnar Epithelium
36%
protectionStratified Cuboidal Epithelium
32.4%
forms a soft internal skeleton to support other types of cellsReticular Connective Tissue
27%
give rise to all other connective tissue typesEmbryonic Connective Tissue
9.9%
support, protect, provide levers for muscles to use; stores calcium and other minerals, fats, marrowBone (osseous tissue)
5.4%

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