Histology 10-4

Histology 10-4 - Histology 10/4/2011 Note- mucous tissues...

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Histology 10/4/2011 Note- mucous tissues are those that stain metachromatically, not necessarily mucus production Classifications of connective tissues (characterize= give the classification of) - Embryonic o Mesenchyme (resembles fibroblast) Makes scar tissue Can differentiate o Mucous connective tissue Mostly in fetus, also in dental pulp Part of wharton’s jelly, tissue that fills umbilical cord because noncompressible - Adult Connective tissue - Connective tissue proper o Loose connective tissue proper A.k.a aereolar Lots of cells and fibers Soft and compliant, lots of blood vessels and nerves Found mostly in stroma of organs Forms lamina propria o Dense connective tissue proper Dominated by fibers, very little cells and ground substance Dense irregular Fibers going all which ways Found in dermis of skin and capsules of most organs Dense regular Fibers mostly oriented parallel to each other Forms ligaments, fascia (white silvery thin layer)
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This note was uploaded on 01/21/2012 for the course BIO 413 taught by Professor Dr.donaldlovett during the Fall '11 term at TCNJ.

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Histology 10-4 - Histology 10/4/2011 Note- mucous tissues...

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