Epithelial Tissue: It is closely attached to each other forming a protective barrier. It always has one cavity open to outside the body or inside an internal organ. It has one fixed (basal) section attached to underlying connective tissue. It has no blood vessels but has the ability to soak up nutrients from blood vessels from the connective tissue underneath.
Describe the main structural characteristics of the four basic tissues, (a) epithelial tissue (b) connective tissue (c) muscle tissue (d) nervous tissue.
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