A. Epithelial Tissue
Cells line an internal or external surface.
Each cell touches neighboring cells.
Cells are organized into rows, layers, or sheets.
B. Connective Tissue
Cells do not usually line a surface.
Cells are usually separated from most neighboring cells by matrix or fibers. (Exception: adipose cells seem to be touching each other.)
Cells are not organized into rows, layers, or sheets.
Revised Text, Drawings, and Photos (c) 2018 Jackie Lindbeck
Q1. Is it Epithelial Tissue or is it Connective Tissue?
Choose between A or B below.