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Connective Tissue

QuestionAnswer
Forms framework of outer ear Elastic Cartilage
Functions as heat insulator beneath skin Adipose tissue
Contains large amounts of fluid and lacks fibers Blood
Cells arranged around central canal Bones
Binds skin to underlying organs Areolar Tissue
Main tissue of tendons and ligaments Dense Connective tissue - Regular
Provides stored energy supply in fat vacuoles Adipose tissue
Forms the flexible part of the nasal septum Hyaline Cartilage
Pads between vertebrae that are shock absorbers Fibrocartilage
Matrix contains collagen fibers and mineral salts Bone
Occurs in ligament attachments between vertebrae and artery walls Elastic Connective tissue
Forms supporting tissue in walls of liver and spleen Reticular Connective Tissue
Created by: bonitasoul