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AnP ch 4 part B

Chapter 4 part B

Connective Tissue Classes Connective tissue, cartilage, bone and blood
Extracellular Matrix (ECM) cells are suspended/ embedded in this. Sugar mesh
Structural Elements Connective Tissues Ground substance, fibers and Cells
Ground Substance Gel like material that fills space between cells. supports weight.
Connective Tissue Fibers In between bones and organs.
Collegen most abundant connective tissue. Tough
Elastic Fibers Bugy cords, stretch and recoil
Reticular Short ones. fine highly branched fibers
Blast cells Cell providing.
Fibroblast found in connective tissue proper. Fibers and collegen
Chondroblast found in cartilage
Osteoblast found in bone.
Hematopietic In bone marrow. early cells that come out before blood cells.
Cyte Means cells. Mature cells
Fat cells Hollow energy source.
White blood cells Tissue response to injury
Mast cells Release histamine
Macrophages Eat, big eater.
Connective tissue Proper except bone, cartilage and blood.
CT proper Loose Areolar, Adipose and Reticular
CT proper Dense Dense regular, Irregular and elastic
Areolar Connective Tissues Most widely distributed ct
Adipose Tissue White Fat, Brown Fat
Reticular Connective Tissue Fibers are thinner reticular fibers, Lymph nodes, spleen, and bone marrow
Dense regular connective tissue Poorly vascularized, Tendons and ligaments.
Dense irrgular connective tissues Dermis. Fibrous joint capsules.
Elastic connective tissue Walls of many large arteries. Has to give aroitia
Cartliage 80% water with packed collagen fibers.
Chondrocytes Cells of cartliage
Avascular receives nutrients from membrane surrounding it, Prolonged healing time
Hyaline Cartilage Most abundant. Found in tips of long bones, nose and on the ribs.
Elastic Cartilage More Elastic, Ears and Eplglottis
Fibrocartilage Strong found in Intervertbral Discs. Bones of spine. Front of pelvis
Bone also called osseous tissue
Osteons Individual structural units
Blood type of connective tissue. fluid
Muscle tissue Skeletal, Cardiac and Smooth
Skeletal Muscle Tissue Control of brain. Voluntary Muscle
Muscle Fibers Multi nucleated, Muscle activity
Cardiac Muscle Tissue walls of heart. one nucleus per cell. contracts on own.
Smooth Muscle Tissue walls of hollow organs. no Visible strations. Anything you can control, Flushed
Nurons conduct nerve impulses, Transport
Gilia Supportive cells
Cutaneous membrane Skin, Epidermis and Dermis
Mucous Membranes Mouth, anus and vagina
Serous Membranes Line body cavity thin secretion.
inflammation release of chemicals, dilation of blood vessels, Clotting of blood.
Organization restores blood supply, blood clot is replaced with granulation tissue.
Regeneration the scab detaches, skin thickens, some scar tissue.
Created by: Jaytee07