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Connective Tissues descriptions

the tissue from which all other connective tissues eventually rise mesenchyme
connective tissue with a clear, liquid matrix that flows in lymphatic vessels lymph
connective tissue consisting of several kinds of cells, containing all three fiber types randomly arranged, and found in the subcutaneous layer of the skin areolar connective tissue
a loose connective tissue specialized from triglyceride storage adipose tissue
tissue that contains reticular fibers and reticular cells and forms the stroma of certain organs such as the spleen reticular connective tissue
tissue with irregularly arranged collagen fibers found in the dermis of the skin dense irregular connective tissue
tissue found in the lungs that is strong and can recoil back to its original shape after being stretched elastic connective tissue
tissue that affords flexbility at joints and reduces joint friction hyaline cartilage
tissue that provides strenght and rigidity and is the strongest of the three types of cartilage fibrocartilage
bundles of collagen arranged in parallel patterns; compose tendons and ligaments dense regular connective tissue
tissue that forms the internal framework of the body and works with skeletal muscle to generate movement bone (osseous tissue)
tissue that contains a network of elastic fibers providing strenght, elasticity, and maintenance of shape; located in the external ear elastic cartilage
connective tissue with formed elements suspened in a liquid matric called plasma blood
Created by: Shaddinger