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name the term used to describe a tissue that has no blood supply avascular
name the dense irregular CT that feeds cartilage perichondrium
chondrocytes/blasts lie within these areas that contain no matrix lacunae
type of fiber found in hyaline cartilage reticular
type of fiber found in elastic cartilage elastic
type of fiber found in fibrocartilage collagenous
cell type found within cartilage chondrocytes or chondroblasts
where is hyaline cartilage found in the human body? tip of nose, rings of trachea, costal cartilage, ends of bones
name the cartilage that forms your embryonic skeleton and is converted to bone as you grow hyaline
where is elastic cartilage found in the human body? ear and epiglottis
where is fibrocartilage found in the human body? meniscus, intervertebral discs, symphysis pubis
Created by: smonahan