ANATOMY LECTURE 2

ANATOMY LECTURE 2 - ANATOMY LECTURE TWO Four types of...

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ANATOMY LECTURE TWO Four types of tissue o Connective Blood Fat Bone Tendons / Ligaments Cells -blasts & -cytes Fibers Collagen o Resist pulls or tensile pull Elastic o Can be return to normal size and shape upon release of tension Reticular o Thin wispy fibers, form part of the basement membrane, important for interaction with epithelial layer of skin Ground Substance Interstitial fluid: Adhesion Proteins: o Bind one cell to another Proteoglycans: o Carbohydrate with a protein structure Functions of CONNECTIVE TISSUE: This tissue allows for the binding and support of internal and external structures within the body. Connective tissue allows for the protection of the body though padding and other engineering traits that the tissue possesses. It also provides insulation for the body to maintain a constant internal temperature. Furthermore, it allows for the transportation of nutrients and deposit excess energy and movement of hormones throughout the body. The origin of all connective tissue is MESENCHYMAL.
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2012 for the course KIN 324K taught by Professor Farrar during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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