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B 4. F 5. F 5/1/01 8:48 AM Page 41 Chapter 3 TISSUES Chapter Check-In ❑ Discovering the four basic types of tissue ❑ Listing the general characteristics and functions of the different types of epithelium ❑ Describing the various kinds of connective tissue and their components ❑ Understanding the different kinds of nervous tissue and muscle pproximately 200 distinctly different types of cells compose the human body. These cells are arranged and organized into four basic tissues A that, in turn, are assembled to form organs.

These and other epithelial tissues are illustrated in Figure 3-1. Glandular epithelium Glandular epithelium forms two kinds of glands: ■ Endocrine glands secrete hormones directly into the bloodstream. For example, the thyroid gland secretes the hormone thyroxin into the bloodstream, where it is distributed throughout the body, stimulating an increase in the metabolic rate of body cells. ■ Exocrine glands secrete their substances into tubes, or ducts, which carry the secretions to the epithelial surface.

Two difficulties must be resolved during replication. First, DNA polymerase, the enzyme that regulates the attachment of new nucleotides to the growing complement strand of DNA, can perform this task in only one direction. The two strands that make up the double helix, however, are oriented in opposite directions (anti-parallel). On one strand, the DNA polymerase can operate continuously toward the replication fork as the DNA double helix is unzipped. The new DNA strand generated in this manner is called the leading complementary strand.

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