When stimulated by nervous system fat breakdown accelerates releasing energy

When stimulated by nervous system fat breakdown

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When stimulated by nervous system, fat  breakdown accelerates, releasing energy  Absorbs energy from surrounding tissues
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II. CLASSIFICATION A. Connective Tissue Proper  i. Loose Connective Tissue 3. RETICULAR Stroma - Reticular Fibers (Framework Of Organs) Parenchyma – Functional Cells Of  Organs 4-4  CONNECTIVE TISSUE Bio 2870    A & P 25 The Tissue  Level Of  Organization 9/8/2011
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4-4  CONNECTIVE  TISSUE II.    CLASSIFICATION A. Connective Tissue  Proper  ii. Dense CT  Bio 2870    A & P 26 The Tissue  Level Of  Organization 9/8/2011 Tightly packed, parallel  collagen fibers Tendons   attach muscles to  bones Ligaments  connect bone to  bone and stabilize organs Aponeuroses  attach in  sheets to large, flat muscles
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III.    CLASSIFICATION B. Fluid CT i. BLOOD a) Plasma b) Formed Elements  ii. LYMPH 4-4  CONNECTIVE TISSUE Bio 2870    A & P 27 The Tissue  Level Of  Organization 9/8/2011
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4-5  CARTILAGE & BONE I. CARTILAGE A. Overview i. Chondrocytes  : Lacunae ii. Matrix Protein + Chondroitin Sulfate = Proteoglycan Collagen Fibers B. Growth Bio 2870    A & P 28 The Tissue  Level Of  Organization 9/8/2011
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4-5  CARTILAGE & BONE I. CARTILAGE C. TYPES Bio 2870    A & P 29 The Tissue  Level Of  Organization 9/8/2011
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4-5  CARTILAGE & BONE II.     BONE Bio 2870    A & P 30 The Tissue  Level Of  Organization 9/8/2011
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4-5  CARTILAGE & BONE Bio 2870    A & P 31 The Tissue  Level Of  Organization 9/8/2011
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4-6 MEMBRANES I. Mucus II. Serous III. Cutaneous IV. Synovial Bio 2870    A & P 32 The Tissue  Level Of  Organization 9/8/2011
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1-9 Body Cavities 33 Fig 1-11 Bio 2870    A & P 9/8/2011
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4-7  INTERNAL FRAMEWORK Bio 2870    A & P 34 The Tissue  Level Of  Organization 9/8/2011 Connective Tissues 1. Provide strength and stability 2. Maintain positions of internal organs 3. Provide routes for blood vessels, lymphatic vessels, and nerves I. FASCIAE Singular form =  fascia The body’s framework of  connective tissue  Layers and wrappings that  support or surround organs
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Tissue Injuries And Repair Bio 2870    A & P 35 The Tissue  Level Of  Organization 9/8/2011
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Tissue Injuries And Repair Bio 2870    A & P 36 The Tissue  Level Of  Organization 9/8/2011
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