Bio47S11HO03

Bio47S11HO03 - Biology 47 - Human Anatomy Lecture 3...

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Biology 47 - Human Anatomy Lecture 3 Histology Connective Tissue (CT) : General Characteristics : Most : Provides : NEVER : 3 Basic Components 1. 2. Extracellular Fluid : 3. Extracellular : Matrix = General Functions: 1. Body’s structural framework : 2. Transport Fluid : 3. Protection of organs : 4. Support, surround, interconnect tissues: 5. Energy Storage : 6. Body’s immunity : Identifiable Tissue Features : 1. No Cellularity : 2. No polarity : No : 3. Vascular : Most contain :
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Sensory : 5. Majority of tissue is : 6. Variable Matrix Consistency : Consistency : 3 General Classifications : 1. Connective Tissue Proper : Composition : Many different : Matrix : 2 Subdivisions : A. Loose Connective Tissue Proper Matrix : > Areolar, Adipose, Reticular B. Dense Connective Tissue Proper Matrix : > Dense Regular, Dense Irregular 2. Fluid Connective Tissue : Composition : Specific population: Matrix: 2 Subdivisions : A. B.
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