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s437 Connective Tissue
Three types of connective tissue cells
Three types of connective tissue fibers
Five types of connective tissue
Fibroblast
fibroblast, mast cell, macrophage
collagenous, elastic, reticular
loose, dense, bone, blood, cartilage
produce the fibers of the ECM; fixed cell type
Three types of connective tissue cells
fibroblast, mast cell, macrophage
Three types of connective tissue fibers
collagenous, elastic, reticular
Functions of connective tissues in the body
Loose Connective Tissue (Areolar)
Loose Connective Tissue (Adipose)
Loose Connective Tissue (Reticular)
Elasticity, support, shock absorption
fat/energy storage... support/protection
provides supportive framework for functional (parenchymal) ce…
Loose Connective Tissue (Areolar)
Elasticity, support, shock absorption
Loose Connective Tissue (Adipose)
fat/energy storage... support/protection
Connective Tissues, Connective Tissue Review Slides
Loose Connective (Areolar)
Adipose
Reticular
Dense Regular
Function: binds skin to underlying tissue, holds structures t…
Function: protection, stores energy, and insulation... Location:…
Function: support, flexible framework for certain organs... Loca…
Function: bind body parts, connect muscle to bone and bone to…
Loose Connective (Areolar)
Function: binds skin to underlying tissue, holds structures t…
Adipose
Function: protection, stores energy, and insulation... Location:…
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Connective Tissues, Muscle tissue and Nervous Tissue
adipose Functions
adipose provides
adipose Cells
adipose image
as a heat insulator beneath the skin
stored energy supply in fat vacuoles
greatly enlarged with nuclei pushed to sides
adipose Functions
as a heat insulator beneath the skin
adipose provides
stored energy supply in fat vacuoles
Body Organization and Structure
Homeostasis
Tissue
Epithelial tissue
Nervous tissue
A tendency to maintain a balanced or constant internal state
A group of similar cells that perform the same function.
Tissue that covers outside of the body and lines organs and c…
the network of nerve cells and fibers that transmits electric…
Homeostasis
A tendency to maintain a balanced or constant internal state
Tissue
A group of similar cells that perform the same function.
Functions of Connective Tissues
Provide Protection
Support and structural framework
Binding of structures
Storage
Cranium, sternum, thoracic cage protect delicate organs
Bones provide the framework for the adult body and support th…
Ligaments bind bone to bone; tendons bind muscle to bone
Fat is a major energy reserve
Provide Protection
Cranium, sternum, thoracic cage protect delicate organs
Support and structural framework
Bones provide the framework for the adult body and support th…
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A&P: Connective Tissue
Areolar
Areolar (pic)
Adipose
Adipose (pic)
Function: binds skin to underlying tissue, holds structures t…
Function: protection, stores energy, and insulation... Location:…
Areolar
Function: binds skin to underlying tissue, holds structures t…
Areolar (pic)
Connective Tissue
Connective Tissue
Collagen Fibers
Elastin Fibers
Reticular Fibers
Provides the body with structural support and with a means of…
They give tissues strength
The give tissues flexibility
They are interwoven proteins found in reticular connective ti…
Connective Tissue
Provides the body with structural support and with a means of…
Collagen Fibers
They give tissues strength
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Types of Connective Tissue
Bone
Cartilage
Hyaline cartilage
Fibro cartilage
Osteocytes ex) humorous or skull... -Surrounded by layers conta…
Chondrocytes... (less hard & more flexible than bone)... - provides…
-Collagen fibers hidden by a rubbery matrix with glassy appea…
Forms cushion-like discs between vertebrae of the spinal column
Bone
Osteocytes ex) humorous or skull... -Surrounded by layers conta…
Cartilage
Chondrocytes... (less hard & more flexible than bone)... - provides…
38 terms
Connective Tissue
Hyaline Cartilage
Elastic Cartilage
Areolar
Adipose
Hyaline Cartilage
Elastic Cartilage
Connective Tissues
Loose Connective (Areolar)
Adipose
Reticular
Dense Regular
Function: binds skin to underlying tissue, holds structures t…
Function: protection, stores energy, and insulation... Location:…
Function: support, flexible framework for certain organs... Loca…
Function: bind body parts, connect muscle to bone and bone to…
Loose Connective (Areolar)
Function: binds skin to underlying tissue, holds structures t…
Adipose
Function: protection, stores energy, and insulation... Location:…
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7.5 Sub 4 - Classifying Connective Tissue Functions
Loose Connective
Adipose Connective
Dense Connective
Cartilage
Forms thin membranes between organs and binds them
Stores fat; energy source
Strong, fibers of collagen with great tensile strength
Supportive framework for different structures in the body
Loose Connective
Forms thin membranes between organs and binds them
Adipose Connective
Stores fat; energy source
Internal Framework of the Body
connective tissues
fasciae
3 types of fasciae
superficial fascia
provide strength and stability... maintain positions of internal…
body's framework of connective tissue... layer of fibrous connec…
superficial fascia... deep fascia... subserous fascia
between skin and underlying organs... aka. subcutaneous layer/ h…
connective tissues
provide strength and stability... maintain positions of internal…
fasciae
body's framework of connective tissue... layer of fibrous connec…
42 terms
Connective Tissue Quiz Review
Bone
Hyaline Cartilage
Elastic Cartilage
Areolar
Bone
Hyaline Cartilage
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Organization of the Body
Cell
Cell Membrane
Nucleus
Tissue
The smallest basic unit of structure and function in a living…
The outside boundary of the cell.
The control center that directs the cell's activities and con…
A group of similar cells that perform the same function.
Cell
The smallest basic unit of structure and function in a living…
Cell Membrane
The outside boundary of the cell.
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Connective and Nerve Tissue
Connective Tissue functions
Connective Tissue Characteristics
Extracurricular fibers
Collagen
gives body and organs protection from external forces, mainta…
made up of cells and extracurricular material. extracurricula…
Determine mechanical properties of tissue, 3 types .
strong and resistant to stretch, high tensile strength.
Connective Tissue functions
gives body and organs protection from external forces, mainta…
Connective Tissue Characteristics
made up of cells and extracurricular material. extracurricula…
Organization of the Human Body
Homeostasis
Cells
Tissue
Organ
when the body keeps a stable internal environment in spite of…
basic unit of structure of all living things
group of similar cells that perform a similar function
a group of tissues that work together performing a specific job
Homeostasis
when the body keeps a stable internal environment in spite of…
Cells
basic unit of structure of all living things
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Types of Connective Tissue
Bone-Osteocyte
Cartilage-chrondrocytes
Loose connective tissue
Areolar
Protect and support body organs
less hard and more flexible than bone
soft and have more cells and fewer fibers
Glue, Cushions and protects body organs
Bone-Osteocyte
Protect and support body organs
Cartilage-chrondrocytes
less hard and more flexible than bone
Anatomy Forming the Framework of the Body
framework of the body...; provide stre…
the body's framework of connective tis…
three types of fasciae
facilitates movements of skin; medium…
connective tissues
fasciae
superficial, deep, subserous
superficial fascia
framework of the body...; provide stre…
connective tissues
the body's framework of connective tis…
fasciae
11 terms
Connective Tissue
Areolar Tissue
Adipose Tissue
Reticular Tissue
Dense Regular Tissue
function: binds organs, holds tissue fluids ... location: beneat…
function: protects, isolates, and stores fat ... location: benea…
function: supports... location: walls the liver, spleen, and lym…
function: binds body parts... location: tendons, ligaments
Areolar Tissue
function: binds organs, holds tissue fluids ... location: beneat…
Adipose Tissue
function: protects, isolates, and stores fat ... location: benea…
27 terms
Connective Tissue
Bone
Hyaline Cartilage
Elastic Cartilage
Areolar
Bone
Hyaline Cartilage
8 terms
Connective Tissues
Loose Connective (Areolar)
Adipose
Dense Regular
Hyaline Cartliage
Function: binds skin to underlying tissue, holds structures t…
Function: protection, stores energy, and insulation... Location:…
Function: bind body parts, connect muscle to bone and bone to…
Function: support, protects, forms framwork for future bones…
Loose Connective (Areolar)
Function: binds skin to underlying tissue, holds structures t…
Adipose
Function: protection, stores energy, and insulation... Location:…
10 terms
Connective Tissue- Functions
Areolar Connective
Adipose
Reticular Connective
Dense Regular Tissue
Loosely binds organs
Protects, Insulates, Stores fat
Supportive framework of organs
Tightly binds body parts
Areolar Connective
Loosely binds organs
Adipose
Protects, Insulates, Stores fat
11 terms
4 basic Tissue types in a human body review
Tissues
Epithelium
Connective Tissue
Areolar Tissue
Tissues are a group of cells with common structure (form) and…
Jobs- 1) It protects us from the outside world-skin.... 2) Abso…
1) Wraps around organs, cushions and protects it.... 2) Stores n…
Cushion around organ.
Tissues
Tissues are a group of cells with common structure (form) and…
Epithelium
Jobs- 1) It protects us from the outside world-skin.... 2) Abso…
54 terms
Tissue Organization
4 types of tissues
Epithelial Tissue
Epithelial Tissue Characteristics
Epithelial tissue functions
Epithelial... Connective... Muscle... Neural
covers body surfaces... lines cavities... lines tubular structures…
cellularity (cell junctions)... Polarity... Attachment... Avascularity…
Provide physical protection... control permeability... provide sens…
4 types of tissues
Epithelial... Connective... Muscle... Neural
Epithelial Tissue
covers body surfaces... lines cavities... lines tubular structures…
22 terms
Connective Tissue
connective tissue (general function)
connective tissue (general structure)
white fibers
yellow fibers
binds structures together, provides support and protection, f…
tissue cells are widely separated by extracellular matrix, ca…
matrix, contain collagen which gives fibers flexibility and s…
matrix, contain elastin which is more elastic than collagen b…
connective tissue (general function)
binds structures together, provides support and protection, f…
connective tissue (general structure)
tissue cells are widely separated by extracellular matrix, ca…
38 terms
Connective Tissue
connective tissue: general functions
sarcomas
matrix
mesenchyme
structural framework, transport, protection, energy storage,…
connective tissue cancers
ground substance (ECF/gel) and protein fibers
embryonic connective tissue that gives rise to most other con…
connective tissue: general functions
structural framework, transport, protection, energy storage,…
sarcomas
connective tissue cancers
10 terms
Connective Tissue Functions
Supportive CT
Blood CT
Loose CTP
Loose CTP
Provides a structural framework for the body
Transports nutrients, gasses and water
Cushion/ padding
Protects delicate organs
Supportive CT
Provides a structural framework for the body
Blood CT
Transports nutrients, gasses and water
36 terms
Tissue
Epithelia Tissue
Muscle Tissue
Connective tissue
Neural Tissue
Covers exposed surface... Lines internal passageways... Forms gland…
specialized for contraction... Skeletal Muscle, heart muscle, an…
Fills internal space ... Supports other tissue, protects, and se…
Carries electrical signals from one part of the body to anoth…
Epithelia Tissue
Covers exposed surface... Lines internal passageways... Forms gland…
Muscle Tissue
specialized for contraction... Skeletal Muscle, heart muscle, an…
Connective/Muscle Tissue & Cells
connective tissue proper types
loose connective tissue types
loose connective tissue
dense connective tissue
loose, dense
areolar, adipose, reticular
fewer fibers, more ground substance; characterized by the abu…
more fibers, less ground substance
connective tissue proper types
loose, dense
loose connective tissue types
areolar, adipose, reticular
How the Body is Organized
Cell
Cell membrane
Nucleus
Cytoplasm
basic building block of life: about 100 trillion cells in the…
provides the whole cell protection
Command center, holds DNA, tells the cell how to function
Jelly, protects the inside parts of the cell
Cell
basic building block of life: about 100 trillion cells in the…
Cell membrane
provides the whole cell protection
23 terms
The Tissue Level of Organization: Connective Tissues
Fibroblast (fibro=fibers and blast=bud…
Macrophages (macro=large and -phages=c…
Fixed macrophages
Wandering macrophages
large spindle shaped cells with branching parts
irregular shaped cells with short branching parts that eat (e…
a macrophage that sit in the same spot
macrophages that roam the tissue and gather at sites of infec…
Fibroblast (fibro=fibers and blast=bud…
large spindle shaped cells with branching parts
Macrophages (macro=large and -phages=c…
irregular shaped cells with short branching parts that eat (e…
11 terms
How the Body is Organized
cell
cell membrane
nucleus
cytoplasm
The basic unit of structure and function in a living thing.
The outside boundary of a cell.
The control center of a cell that directs the cell's activiti…
A thick solution of materials mainly composed of water, salts…
cell
The basic unit of structure and function in a living thing.
cell membrane
The outside boundary of a cell.
Tissues of the Body
Epithelial Tissue
Simple Squamous Epithelium
Stratified Squamous Epithelium-Non Ker…
Stratified Squamous Epithelium-Keratin…
Free edge and distinctly organized cells... Function: Cover
Location: Alveoli or Capilaries... Function: Allows passage of m…
Location: Forms the moist lining of the mouth... Function: Prote…
Location: Epidermis of the skin... Function: Protection from abr…
Epithelial Tissue
Free edge and distinctly organized cells... Function: Cover
Simple Squamous Epithelium
Location: Alveoli or Capilaries... Function: Allows passage of m…
21 terms
Chapter 5 connective tissue structures, locations, and functions
dense regular connective tissue struct…
dense regular connective tissue location
dense regular connective tissue function
aerolar connective tissue structure (…
primarily parallel collagen fibers, few elastic fibers and fi…
tendons and ligaments
attaches muscles to bone/ muscles to muscles; withstands grea…
gel-like matrix; three fiber types; contains fibroblasts, mac…
dense regular connective tissue struct…
primarily parallel collagen fibers, few elastic fibers and fi…
dense regular connective tissue location
tendons and ligaments
Connective Tissue
Connective Tissue
Collagen
Interstitial
stroma
most abundant tissue, supportive structure of the body, not f…
Main structural protein in extracellular spaces in connective…
relating to spaces within a tissue or organ {extracellular sp…
the framework of an organ or gland. Usually made of connectiv…
Connective Tissue
most abundant tissue, supportive structure of the body, not f…
Collagen
Main structural protein in extracellular spaces in connective…
22 terms
s437 Connective Tissue (Sanchez/Graba)
Three types of connective tissue cells
Three types of connective tissue fibers
Five types of connective tissue
Fibroblast
fibroblast, mast cell, macrophage
collagenous, elastic, reticular
loose, dense, bone, blood, cartilage
produce the fibers of the ECM
Three types of connective tissue cells
fibroblast, mast cell, macrophage
Three types of connective tissue fibers
collagenous, elastic, reticular
9 terms
Connective Tissues
Loose Connective (Areolar)
Adipose
Reticular
Dense Regular
Function: binds skin to underlying tissue, holds structures t…
Function: protection, stores energy, and insulation... Location:…
Function: support, flexible framework for certain organs... Loca…
Function: bind body parts, connect muscle to bone and bone to…
Loose Connective (Areolar)
Function: binds skin to underlying tissue, holds structures t…
Adipose
Function: protection, stores energy, and insulation... Location:…
8 terms
Connective Tissue
Connective
Areolar
Adipose
Bone
Forms a framework and support structure for body tissues and…
Fills in the gaps, most distributed
Storage of lipids, fills space between tissues
Major structural and supportive connective tissue of the body
Connective
Forms a framework and support structure for body tissues and…
Areolar
Fills in the gaps, most distributed
40 terms
Connective tissue function, structure, location
Areolar connective tissue
Areolar connective tissue function
Adipose connective tissue
Adipose connective tissue function
Cells abundant in matrix... Loose arrangements of collagen and e…
Loosely binds organs; holds tissue fluids
Closely packed cells... Nucleus pushed to the side of cells
Protection... Insulation... Stores fat for energy
Areolar connective tissue
Cells abundant in matrix... Loose arrangements of collagen and e…
Areolar connective tissue function
Loosely binds organs; holds tissue fluids
classification of connective tissue
Areolar Connective Tissue
adipose tissue
Reticular Connective Tissue
Dense Regular Connective Tissue
fibroblast,macrophages; has all 3 fibers, ... provides strength,…
adipocytes;store triglycerides ... white AT stores energy and pr…
reticular fibers and cells... forms framework of organs, binds t…
rows of fibroblasts located b/w bundles of collagen fibers ... f…
Areolar Connective Tissue
fibroblast,macrophages; has all 3 fibers, ... provides strength,…
adipose tissue
adipocytes;store triglycerides ... white AT stores energy and pr…
11 terms
Types Of Connective Tissue
Bone (Osteocyte)
Cartilage (Chondrocytes)
Loose Connective Tissue
Dense Connectice Tissue (Collagen are…
-Hardness has ability to protect and support body organs.
-Less hard and more flexible than bone... 1. larynx... 2. nose... 3. s…
-Softer and has more calls and fewer fibers
-Fibroblast: Fiber forming ... Forms tendons (Attach skeletal mu…
Bone (Osteocyte)
-Hardness has ability to protect and support body organs.
Cartilage (Chondrocytes)
-Less hard and more flexible than bone... 1. larynx... 2. nose... 3. s…
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Chapter 4 Tissues of the body
Tissue
epithelial tissue
functions of epithelial tissue
cellularity
specialized cells working together to perform a common function
covers body surfaces and organs , lines body cavities , avasc…
protects body from drying out, injury, and bacterial attack,…
made of only cells
Tissue
specialized cells working together to perform a common function
epithelial tissue
covers body surfaces and organs , lines body cavities , avasc…
21 terms
The Tissue Level of Organization - Chapter 4 - Tissue Locations and Functions with Photos
adipose tissue
reticular tissue
dense regular connective tissue
dense irregular connective tissue
LOCATIONS: Deep to the skin, especially at sides, buttocks, b…
LOCATIONS: Liver, kidney, spleen, lymph nodes, and bone marro…
LOCATIONS: Between skeletal muscles and skeleton (tendons and…
LOCATIONS: Capsules of visceral organs; periostea and pericho…
adipose tissue
LOCATIONS: Deep to the skin, especially at sides, buttocks, b…
reticular tissue
LOCATIONS: Liver, kidney, spleen, lymph nodes, and bone marro…
Connective Tissue 2 Swank
Bone
Hyaline Cartilage
Elastic Cartilage
Areolar
Bone
Hyaline Cartilage
13 terms
Connective Tissue
Fibroblast
Elastic fiber
collagen fiber
Dense Regular Connective Tissue (Proper)
Function: produces fibers
Function: provides elasticity and flexibility
Function: provides strong structural support
Structure: parallel collagen fibers with fibroblasts mixed in…
Fibroblast
Function: produces fibers
Elastic fiber
Function: provides elasticity and flexibility
12 terms
Body structure
Located in the center of the cell, con…
Congenital disorder
group of tissues working together to p…
Tissues
Nucleus
Present at birth
Organ
Group of cells with similar structures and functions
Located in the center of the cell, con…
Nucleus
Congenital disorder
Present at birth
11 terms
Connective Tissue
Connective Tissue
Bone
Cartilage
Dense fibrous Tissues
The most widespread tissue that forms the framework of animal…
Hard and unbendable, supports and protects the body
firm but bendable, is found throughout the body
Strong and bendable, is found mostly in tendons and ligament
Connective Tissue
The most widespread tissue that forms the framework of animal…
Bone
Hard and unbendable, supports and protects the body
12 terms
Unit 4 Connective Tissue
loose connective tissue
dense connective tissue
bone tissue
tendon
contains less-densely packed collagen fibers; binds epithelia…
Contains packed collagenous fibers, elastic fibers and a few…
main support of skeletal system; stores calcium and phosphoro…
Connects muscle to bone
loose connective tissue
contains less-densely packed collagen fibers; binds epithelia…
dense connective tissue
Contains packed collagenous fibers, elastic fibers and a few…
9 terms
Connective Tissue
loose
adipose
dense regular
dense irregular
Function: binds skin to underlying tissue, holds structures t…
Function: protection, stores energy, and insulation... Location:…
Function: bind body parts, connect muscle to bone and bone to…
Function: provides strength in all direction... Location: dermis…
loose
Function: binds skin to underlying tissue, holds structures t…
adipose
Function: protection, stores energy, and insulation... Location:…
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