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Lab 1: Histology & Organization of Bone - Connective Tissue
4 classes of connective tissue
2 types of fluid connective tissue
2 types of supporting connective tissue
perichondrium
-connective tissue proper... -cartilage... -bone (osseous)... -blood
-blood... -lymph
-bone... -cartilage
matrix that surrounds all supporting connective tissue
4 classes of connective tissue
-connective tissue proper... -cartilage... -bone (osseous)... -blood
2 types of fluid connective tissue
-blood... -lymph
84 terms
Lab 1: Histology & Organization of Bone - Connective Tissue
4 classes of connective tissue
2 types of fluid connective tissue
2 types of supporting connective tissue
perichondrium
-connective tissue proper... -cartilage... -bone (osseous)... -blood
-blood... -lymph
-bone... -cartilage
matrix that surrounds all supporting connective tissue
4 classes of connective tissue
-connective tissue proper... -cartilage... -bone (osseous)... -blood
2 types of fluid connective tissue
-blood... -lymph
30 terms
1.3 - Chapter 4 - Tissue Level of Organization - Connective Tissue
Define tissue:
What are the 4 types of tissues in the…
What is an organ?
Most organs have how many tissue types?
A group of cells performing the same function
1. Epithelial Tissue 2. Connective Tissue 3. Muscle Tissue 4.…
A structure comprised of 2 or more tissue types
4
Define tissue:
A group of cells performing the same function
What are the 4 types of tissues in the…
1. Epithelial Tissue 2. Connective Tissue 3. Muscle Tissue 4.…
Organ Histo. Exam 1 (ch.2-Connective Tissue)
componets of CT
components of the ECM
main feature that makes CT and epithel…
general function of CT
supportive cells and their associated ECM
ground substance and fibers
CT contains mostly intracellular components and a few number…
structural support, exchange medium, defense and protection,…
componets of CT
supportive cells and their associated ECM
components of the ECM
ground substance and fibers
Unit 1: Lecture/ organ systems, singular vs plural, connective tissue components
Integumentary System
Skeletal Sysetm
Muscular System
Nervous System
Skin; protection from the enviroment
Support
Locomotion, Support posture
Immediate responses to stimuli
Integumentary System
Skin; protection from the enviroment
Skeletal Sysetm
Support
21 terms
PCOM COMPS 1: Channels and connecting organs/tissues summary (check these with nie book)
Channels that go to the throat
Channel that go to the tongue
Channels that go to the eyes (find out…
channels that go to the ear
Lu primary... St luo... Lu divergent... LI divergent
Sp primary... K primary... UB sinew... SJ sinew... Ht luo... Sp div... K div
St primary... Ht primary... SI primary... Lv primary... UB primary... St Sin…
SI primary... SJ primary... GB primary... St sinew... UB sinew... SI sinew... P…
Channels that go to the throat
Lu primary... St luo... Lu divergent... LI divergent
Channel that go to the tongue
Sp primary... K primary... UB sinew... SJ sinew... Ht luo... Sp div... K div
12 terms
A&P U1 Connective Tissue Location & Function
Loose Areolar Connective Tissue Location
Loose Areolar Connective Tissue Function
Adipose Connective Tissue Location
Adipose Connective Tissue Function
Between muscles; beneath the skin
Binds organs together
Beneath the skin; around the kidney & heart; in the breast
Insulation; Fat Storage
Loose Areolar Connective Tissue Location
Between muscles; beneath the skin
Loose Areolar Connective Tissue Function
Binds organs together
26 terms
Connective Tissue
Fibroblast
Adipose
Plasma
Reticular
Cell that produces fibers in connective tissue.
Stores fat.
Liquid that blood cells are suspended in.
Found in lymph.
Fibroblast
Cell that produces fibers in connective tissue.
Adipose
Stores fat.
50 terms
Connective Tissue Review Slides
loose (areolar) connective tissue
loose (areolar) connective tissue
loose (areolar) connective tissue
adipose tissue
loose (areolar) connective tissue
loose (areolar) connective tissue
25 terms
Connective Tissue
Loose Connective Tissue
Areolar Tissue
Adipose Tissue
Reticular Connective Tissue
Tissue that binds epithelia to underlying tissues and holds o…
one of the most widely distributed connective tissues on the…
Tissue that stores fat.
Delicate NETwork of interwoven fibers / Forms stroma (interna…
Loose Connective Tissue
Tissue that binds epithelia to underlying tissues and holds o…
Areolar Tissue
one of the most widely distributed connective tissues on the…
11 terms
Types of Connective Tissue
Areolar Connective Tissue
Adipose Connective Tissue
Reticular Connective Tissue
Dense Regular Connective Tissue
Location: Dermis of skin (papillary region). Around some orga…
Location: Subcutaneous layer under skin (hypodermis).... Functi…
Location: Spleen, lymphatic organs.... Function: Support and st…
Location: Tendon and ligament.... Function: Give strength on sa…
Areolar Connective Tissue
Location: Dermis of skin (papillary region). Around some orga…
Adipose Connective Tissue
Location: Subcutaneous layer under skin (hypodermis).... Functi…
Connective Tissue Histology
Areolar connective tissue
Collagenous (white) fiber
Elastic fiber
Loose (areolar connective tissue)
Identify the specific tissue lettered A.
Identify the fiber numbered 2.
Identify the fiber numbered 3.
Is the tissue letter B an example of loose, dense, or special…
Areolar connective tissue
Identify the specific tissue lettered A.
Collagenous (white) fiber
Identify the fiber numbered 2.
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Connective Tissue
Bone
Hyaline Cartilage
Elastic Cartilage
Areolar
Bone
Hyaline Cartilage
26 terms
Connective Tissue
Fibroblast
Adipose
Plasma
Reticular
Cell that produces fibers in connective tissue.
Stores fat.
Liquid that blood cells are suspended in.
Found in lymph.
Fibroblast
Cell that produces fibers in connective tissue.
Adipose
Stores fat.
36 terms
Connective Tissue
2 Major Components of Connective Tissue
5 Connective Tissue Cells
Fibroblasts
Adipocytes
ECM, Cells
fibroblasts, macrophages, mast cells, adipocytes, blood cells
Main ECM "factory"; make ligaments, tendons, sheaths of blood…
Fat cell, act as energy source, insulator; unilocular= white…
2 Major Components of Connective Tissue
ECM, Cells
5 Connective Tissue Cells
fibroblasts, macrophages, mast cells, adipocytes, blood cells
55 terms
Connective Tissue
Function of connective tissue
Sites of connective tissue
Components of connective tissue
Loose connective tissue
structural support, medium for exchange of nutrients and gas,…
Beneath epithelia - lamina propria... Around glandular units... Aro…
cells distributed within an extracellular matrix (fibers, gro…
Loose arrangement of thin and sparse fibers (collagen, elasti…
Function of connective tissue
structural support, medium for exchange of nutrients and gas,…
Sites of connective tissue
Beneath epithelia - lamina propria... Around glandular units... Aro…
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…
Connective Tissue
Connective tissue
Ground substance
Cells
Fibers
most widely distributed of the primary tissue types; connects…
unstructured material that fills the space between cells and…
each class of connective tissue has a fundamental cell type;…
collagen (strongest); elastic (stretch and recoil); reticular…
Connective tissue
most widely distributed of the primary tissue types; connects…
Ground substance
unstructured material that fills the space between cells and…
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
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:…
25 terms
4-4 Connective Tissue
Fibers
Ground substance
Matrix
Collagenous fibers
the element of the connective tissue extracellular matrix who…
Glycoprotein and polysaccaride molecules that surround cells…
Extracellular fibers which surround cells
Are made by fibroblasts, thick thread of the protein collagen…
Fibers
the element of the connective tissue extracellular matrix who…
Ground substance
Glycoprotein and polysaccaride molecules that surround cells…
8 terms
Connective Tissue
Areolar tissue
Reticular tissue
Adipose tissue
Dense regular connective tissue
T: loose connective tissue... L: Sheaths around blood vessels an…
T: Loose connective tissue... L: Lymphoid organs (lymph nodes, b…
T: Loose connective tissue... L: Subcutaneous fat beneath skin,…
T: Dense connective tissue... L: Tendons, ligaments... C: Fibers ar…
Areolar tissue
T: loose connective tissue... L: Sheaths around blood vessels an…
Reticular tissue
T: Loose connective tissue... L: Lymphoid organs (lymph nodes, b…
53 terms
Connective Tissue
3 Major Types of Connective Tissue
3 Basic Components of Connective Tissue
General functions for Connective Tissues
The matrix is made of...
connective tissue proper... fluid connective tissue... supporting c…
ground substance... fibers... cells
binding... support... protection... insulation... transportation... hematopo…
extracellular fibers... ground substance
3 Major Types of Connective Tissue
connective tissue proper... fluid connective tissue... supporting c…
3 Basic Components of Connective Tissue
ground substance... fibers... cells
42 terms
Connective Tissue Quiz Review
Bone
Hyaline Cartilage
Elastic Cartilage
Areolar
Bone
Hyaline Cartilage
22 terms
GAP Connective Tissue
Blood
Bone or Osseous Tissue
Hyaline Cartilage
Dense Irregular Connective Tissue Proper
Blood
Bone or Osseous Tissue
15 terms
Connective Tissue
Blood
Bone or Osseous Tissue
Hyaline Cartilage
Dense Irregular Connective Tissue Proper
Blood
Bone or Osseous Tissue
28 terms
Chapter 4.2- Connective Tissue
blood
collagen fibers
connective tissue
hyaline cartilage
A type of liquid connective tissue composed of cells separate…
Wavy protein fibers that have flexibility and tremendous stre…
type of tissue characterized by cells separated by a matrix;…
The most common type of semi-solid connective tissue composed…
blood
A type of liquid connective tissue composed of cells separate…
collagen fibers
Wavy protein fibers that have flexibility and tremendous stre…
Connective Tissue
description: cells in a liquid gel-mat…
description: cells in a liquid gel-mat…
description: cells in a liquid gel-mat…
description: cells in a solid gel-matr…
loose/areolar tissue
adipose tissue
dense connective tissue
hyaline cartilage
description: cells in a liquid gel-mat…
loose/areolar tissue
description: cells in a liquid gel-mat…
adipose tissue
2.3 Connective Tissue Derived from MSC
Mesenchymal stem cell (MSC)
Unilocular adipocytes
Adipose tissue
Multiocular adipocytes
gives rise to the cells that are responsible for generating c…
White Fat Cells: large cells that store lips and often occur…
Large masses of unilocular adipocytes (white fat cells)
Brown fat cells. Primarily occurring in neonates, are lipid-s…
Mesenchymal stem cell (MSC)
gives rise to the cells that are responsible for generating c…
Unilocular adipocytes
White Fat Cells: large cells that store lips and often occur…
12 terms
Connective Tissue
Areolar CT
Adipose CT
Reticular CT
Dense Regular CT
Connective Tissue that contains all three types of fibers, us…
Connective tissue that consists of adipocytes and is used for…
Connective tissue that contains reticular fibers and cells; u…
Connective tissue made from collagen fibers that run in the s…
Areolar CT
Connective Tissue that contains all three types of fibers, us…
Adipose CT
Connective tissue that consists of adipocytes and is used for…
41 terms
Connective Tissue (All)
Fibroblast
Macrophage
Mast Cell
Adipocytes
These cells create the connective tissue (make the fibers)
A type of white blood cell, fights infections
Produce histamine which stimulates goblet cells (also involve…
Fat cell that store triglycerides
Fibroblast
These cells create the connective tissue (make the fibers)
Macrophage
A type of white blood cell, fights infections
connective tissue
Connective tissue
two main components
types of fibers
bone
function : provides protection
cells & extracellular matrix
collagen ( white )... Elastic ( yellow )... Reticlar Fibers (Type o…
extra-celluar matrix composed of hard calcium salts and colla…
Connective tissue
function : provides protection
two main components
cells & extracellular matrix
91 terms
Tri 1 Cells and Tissues Generalized Connective Tissue (Test 2)
Origin of Mesenchyme
Does mesenchyme have fibers in extrace…
what type of cells are mesenchyme cells
Two classifications of connective tissue
mostly mesoderm; some ectoderm mainly in head and neck
no
pluripotent cells
embryonic and adult
Origin of Mesenchyme
mostly mesoderm; some ectoderm mainly in head and neck
Does mesenchyme have fibers in extrace…
no
26 terms
Connective Tissue
Fibroblast
Adipose
Plasma
Reticular
Cell that produces fibers in connective tissue.
Stores fat.
Liquid that blood cells are suspended in.
Found in lymph.
Fibroblast
Cell that produces fibers in connective tissue.
Adipose
Stores fat.
66 terms
Connective Tissue
mesenchyme
mesoderm
collagenous, reticular, elastic, mucous
unilocular and multilocular
embryonic connective tissue that all adult connective tissue…
which embryonic germ layer does the mesenchyme come from?
types of proper connective tissue
types of adipose connective tissue
mesenchyme
embryonic connective tissue that all adult connective tissue…
mesoderm
which embryonic germ layer does the mesenchyme come from?
80 terms
Lab 2: Histology or Microscopic Anatomy- Epithelial Tissue and Connective Tissue
Simple Squamous Epithelium
Simple Cuboidal Epithelium
Simple Columnar Epithelium
Pseudostratified Ciliated Columnar Epi…
Simple Squamous Epithelium
Simple Cuboidal Epithelium
3.2 Lab: Motive Cells in Connective Tissue
Six motile cells in CT
Plasma cell
Lymphocyte
Macrophage
Plasma cell... Lymphocyte... Macrophage... Neutrophil... Eosinophil... Mast…
"Clock face" nucleus, basophilic cytoplasm, cytocentrum (loca…
Heterochromatic nucleus, high nucleus/cytoplasm ratio
euchromatic nucleus, inclusions (evidence of phagocytic activ…
Six motile cells in CT
Plasma cell... Lymphocyte... Macrophage... Neutrophil... Eosinophil... Mast…
Plasma cell
"Clock face" nucleus, basophilic cytoplasm, cytocentrum (loca…
Connective Tissue Histology
What are the two main (broad) types of…
What are the two types of embryonic co…
What the different types of adult conn…
What are the 5 types of connective tis…
1. Embryonic connective tissue... 2. Adult connective tissue
1. Mesenchyme (from which all adult tissues are derived)... 2. M…
1. Connective tissue proper... a - Loose (areolar)... b - Reticul…
1. Loose (areolar)... 2. Reticular... 3. Dense regular... 4. Dense irr…
What are the two main (broad) types of…
1. Embryonic connective tissue... 2. Adult connective tissue
What are the two types of embryonic co…
1. Mesenchyme (from which all adult tissues are derived)... 2. M…
Connective Tissue Functions, Connective Tissue Locations, Epithelial Tissue Pictures, Epithelial Tissue Functions, Epithelial Tissue Locations
Areolar
Adipose
Reticular
Dense regular
Cushions organs
Stores energy; insulation
Forms internal skeletons of organs
Attaches muscles to bones and bones to bones; strength in onl…
Areolar
Cushions organs
Adipose
Stores energy; insulation
4-4 Connective Tissue
Fibers
Ground substance
Matrix
Collagenous fibers
the element of the connective tissue extracellular matrix who…
Glycoprotein and polysaccaride molecules that surround cells…
Extracellular fibers which surround cells
Are made by fibroblasts, thick thread of the protein collagen…
Fibers
the element of the connective tissue extracellular matrix who…
Ground substance
Glycoprotein and polysaccaride molecules that surround cells…
6 terms
Soft Connective Tissue
areolar, blood, adipose, reticular, de…
connects organs and muscle bundles
O2 and CO2 exhange (RBCs), immunosuppo…
protects organs, insulation, long term…
What are the types of soft connective tissue?
What is the function of areolar tissue?
What are the main functions of blood?
What are the main functions of adipose soft connective tissue?
areolar, blood, adipose, reticular, de…
What are the types of soft connective tissue?
connects organs and muscle bundles
What is the function of areolar tissue?
9 terms
Dense Connective Tissue
dense connective tissue
dense regular connective tissue
tendons
ligaments
type of connective tissue proper; tightly packed with lots of…
tissue where the collagen fibers are parallel to each other;…
cords of dense regular connective tissue that attach skeletal…
cords of dense regular connective tissue that attach one bone…
dense connective tissue
type of connective tissue proper; tightly packed with lots of…
dense regular connective tissue
tissue where the collagen fibers are parallel to each other;…
31 terms
connective tissue
connective tissue
vascularity
nonliving connective tissue
ground substance
from embryonic tissue (mesenchyme)
different degrees ranging from low to high
extracellular matrix (ground substance and fibers)
interstitial fluid, cell adhesion molecules, proteoglycans
connective tissue
from embryonic tissue (mesenchyme)
vascularity
different degrees ranging from low to high
19 terms
Connective Tissue Histology
Areolar connective tissue
Adipose connective tissue
Dense Regular connective tissue
Dense Irregular connective tissue
Areolar connective tissue
Adipose connective tissue
22 terms
Connective Tissue (matches ppt)
Connective tissue
Ground substance
Cells
Fibers
most widely distributed of the primary tissue types; connects…
unstructured material that fills the space between cells and…
each class of connective tissue has a fundamental cell type;…
collagen (strongest); elastic (stretch and recoil); reticular…
Connective tissue
most widely distributed of the primary tissue types; connects…
Ground substance
unstructured material that fills the space between cells and…
17 terms
Epithelial Tissue and Connective Tissue
Simple Squamous
Simple Cuboidal
Simple Columnar
Pseudostratified Columnar
Location: found in the lungs, lining of heart and blood vesse…
Location: Found in the ducts, kidney tubules, glands Function…
Location: found in the digestive system and larger ducts. Fun…
Location: found in the nasal cavity, trachea, bronchi, and po…
Simple Squamous
Location: found in the lungs, lining of heart and blood vesse…
Simple Cuboidal
Location: Found in the ducts, kidney tubules, glands Function…
20 terms
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
19 terms
Histology - Connective Tissue Terms
Fibroblasts
Macrophages
Plasma Cells
Mast Cells
Cells that make fibers for the ground substance of connective…
White blood cells in tissue that fight infection by way of ph…
Special cells in tissue that make antibodies to fight infection
Cells that secrete histamine which helps in the inflammatory…
Fibroblasts
Cells that make fibers for the ground substance of connective…
Macrophages
White blood cells in tissue that fight infection by way of ph…
33 terms
Epithelial and Connective Tissue
Simple Squamous ET
Simple Squamous ET
Simple Squamous ET
Simple Cuboidal ET
Located in air sacs of lungs
Function: allows passage of materials by diffusion and filtra…
Simple Squamous ET
Simple Squamous ET
Located in air sacs of lungs
Connective Tissue
Embryonic (Mesenchyme)
Areolar
Adipose
Reticular
Embryonic connective tissue
Under epithelial, packages organs, surrounds capillaries
Under the skin; around kidneys and eyeballs; breasts within a…
Lymphoid organs (lymph nodes, bone marrow and spleen)
Embryonic (Mesenchyme)
Embryonic connective tissue
Areolar
Under epithelial, packages organs, surrounds capillaries
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