Histology-Connective tissue - Histology- Connective Tissue...

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Histology- Connective Tissue A Introduction 1. support and binding 2. Cells, fibers, matrix (grand substance 3. Cell types a. Fibroblast- a cell that makes fibers - important for growing, embryo → adulthood - repair damage tissue - less fibroblast when old b. chondrocyte- a cell that makes cartilage c. osteoblast- a cell that makes bones, ossification- formation of bones d. osteocyte- cells in mature bones, deposit calcium in bones, makes bone fibers e. osteoclast- bone destroying cell, takes out calcium takes out calcium from bones puts into bloodstream f. adipocyte- fat cells - white fat cells- fat used for energy when body needs it - brown fat cells- looks brown because of a lot of blood vessels, when metabolized produces heat g. Mast cell- found around lungs - used in inflammation, allergic reaction, granules i. histamines- increases diameter (more blood goes there) and permeability of blood vessels (lets fluid leak out) (1) Edema- swelling of tissues
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ii. heparin- anticoagulant 4. Fibers
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