EXSC_301_Midterm_Review

EXSC_301_Midterm_Review - EXSC 301 Midterm Review 3 Types...

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EXSC 301 Midterm Review - 3 Types of Tissue o Epithelial o Connective o Muscle o Neural - Blood is what type of tissue? o Connective - In what type of tissue do we collagenous fibers? o Connective Tissue o Found in all tendon and ligaments and resists tension and gives strength o Very long, cylindrical fibers made up of three subunit coiled around one another. o Most common and strongest fiber o Reticular fibers = a single unit of collagen protein, formed network o Elastic Fibers contain protein (elastin) - Types of Cartilage o Hyaline Collagerin fibers, weakest type, between ribs and sternum, respiratory tract, and synovial joints o Elastic External and middle ear and larynx o Fibrous Dense, durable, tough. Found in spinal vertebrae, pelvis - Which type of cartilage is most durable? o Fibrous - What are the mature cells of the bone? o Osteocytes - Parts of Cells o Osteoblasts – mature, active cells. Found in inner and outer surfaces of bone o Osteoprogenitor – divides and differentiates to form new osteoblasts o Osteoclasts – giant multi-nucleided cells that perform oestovicis - What is the type of tissue that contains neurons? o
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