a) Fluid Connective tissue - v) Blood
Blood is a fluid connective tissue, it transports nutrients, oxygen and hormones to the tissues and excretory products from tissues to kidney.
b) Filling of spaces inside the organs - iv) Areolar tissue
Areolar tissues are supporting and packing connective tissues that fill spaces inside the organs and join skin with muscles.
c) Striated muscles - iii) skeletal muscles
Skeletal muscles are also called striated muscles as they possess light and dark banding patterns alternatively, known as striations.
d) Adipose tissues - i) Subcutaneous layer
The hypodermis that stores fat is made of subcutaneous tissue. The subcutaneous layer is known as adipose tissue.
e) Surface of joints - ii) Cartilage
Cartilage covers the surface of joints and provides support and flexibility to the body parts.
f) Stratified squamous epithelium - vi) Skin
Stratified squamous epithelium has keratin present in them that line the skin and covers it.
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