lecture_4_con1

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Epithelium Last lecture-epithelium -covering/lining -free apical surface -specialized reflecting function -specialized lateral adhesions -basal surface -basal lamina
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Tissues: Connective Tissue
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Connective Tissues Connective Tissue Tissues: Epithelia Connective Tissue Muscle Nerve
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Connective Tissue Functions Connective Tissue-functions Maintain boundaries Structural support Cell adhesion and movement Protection Molecular exchange
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Connective Tissue Functions Connective Tissue-functions Maintain boundaries Structural support Cell adhesion and movement Protection Molecular exchange
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Connective Tissue Functions Connective Tissue-functions Maintain boundaries Structural support Cell adhesion and movement Protection Molecular exchange
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Connective Tissue Functions Connective Tissue-functions Maintain boundaries Structural support Cell adhesion and movement Protection Molecular exchange
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Connective Tissue Functions Connective Tissue-functions Maintain boundaries Structural support Cell adhesion and movement Protection Molecular exchange
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Connective Tissue Composition Connective Tissue-structure Fibers Ground substance Cells
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Connective Tissue Fibers Connective Tissue-structure-fibers collagen elastic
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Connective Tissue-structure-fibers Collagen - inelastic -tensile strength -storage of strain energy -abundant 50% body weight
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Connective Tissue-structure-fibers Collagen - inelastic -tensile strength -storage of strain energy -abundant 50% body weight
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