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18 terms
Anatomy - Connective Tissue
connective tissue
Mast cells
heparin
histamine
provides support for your body and connects all its parts
a wandering cell... secretes heparin & histamine
keeps blood from clotting
causes the allergic reaction
connective tissue
provides support for your body and connects all its parts
Mast cells
a wandering cell... secretes heparin & histamine
Anatomy Connective Tissue
Bone Tissue... Skeletal bones... Support, ma…
Hyaline Cartilage... Trachea, nose, bones…
Dense Irregular Connective... Dermis, joi…
Adipose Connective... Under skin, behind…
Bone Tissue... Skeletal bones... Support, ma…
Hyaline Cartilage... Trachea, nose, bones…
19 terms
Anatomy Connective Tissue Quiz
______________________________________…
What is found outside of a connective…
Fill in the blanks: ... Extracellular Mat…
Osseous Tissue and a rock hard matrix…
a. Variations in blood supply
e. Extracellular Matrix
Fill in the blanks: ... Extracellular Matrix Connective Tissue…
Bone
______________________________________…
a. Variations in blood supply
What is found outside of a connective…
e. Extracellular Matrix
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Anatomy - Connective Tissue
Fluid Connective (Blood)
Bone Connective
Fibrocartilage
Elastic Cartilage
Function - Transport... Location - Blood Vessels
Function - Protection and Support... Location - Bones/Skeleton
Function - Shock Absorber... Location - Vertebral Discs
Function - Ear... Location - Strength and shape
Fluid Connective (Blood)
Function - Transport... Location - Blood Vessels
Bone Connective
Function - Protection and Support... Location - Bones/Skeleton
31 terms
Anatomy Connective Tissue
Name the general characteristics of co…
Fibroblasts
Collagenous Fibers
Elastic Fibers
1) Most abundant tissue in the body... 2) Cells are widely diver…
cells that make collagen ... -mobile -can repair areas
made of collagen, thick and strong, aka "white fiber", usuall…
made of a protein called elastin, thin and stretchy, aka "yel…
Name the general characteristics of co…
1) Most abundant tissue in the body... 2) Cells are widely diver…
Fibroblasts
cells that make collagen ... -mobile -can repair areas
66 terms
Connective Tissue H. Anatomy
most abundant tissue in body
what makes up the bulk of connective t…
what is matrix composed of
CT cell that secretes protein into the…
connective tissue
extracellular matrix
fibers and ground substance (mostly proteins)
fibroblasts
most abundant tissue in body
connective tissue
what makes up the bulk of connective t…
extracellular matrix
28 terms
Anatomy Connective Tissue
4 main classes of CT
functions of CT
structural parts
collagenous fibers
CT proper, cartilage, osseous (bone), blood
binding and support, protection, insulation, transportation o…
matrix (ground substance and fibers), cells very diverse
collagen, extremely strong, cross linked fibers banded togeth…
4 main classes of CT
CT proper, cartilage, osseous (bone), blood
functions of CT
binding and support, protection, insulation, transportation o…
6 terms
Anatomy- Connective Tissue Proper
loose- areolar connective tissue
loose- adipose connective tissue
loose- reticular connective tissue
dense- regular connective tissue
location- subcutaneous layer under the skin, surrounds organs…
location- subcutaneous layer, covers organs... function- stores…
location- forms stroma of lymph nodes, spleen, thymus, bone m…
location- forms tendons and most ligaments... function- attaches…
loose- areolar connective tissue
location- subcutaneous layer under the skin, surrounds organs…
loose- adipose connective tissue
location- subcutaneous layer, covers organs... function- stores…
Anatomy Connective Tissue
Extra Cellular Matrix
ECM Function
Connective Tissue
Connective Tissue Characteristics
made by connective tissue and secreted by them , a non-living…
allow for connective tissue to form a soft packing arrounf ot…
found everywhere in the body most abundant
Variations in blood supple most are well basculated except te…
Extra Cellular Matrix
made by connective tissue and secreted by them , a non-living…
ECM Function
allow for connective tissue to form a soft packing arrounf ot…
Connective Tissue - Anatomy & Physiology
Functions of connective tissue
Characteristics of connective tissue
Matrix
Ground substance
- Binding, support and protection... - Insulation/Storing Energy…
- Common origin - all arise from same embryonic tissue: Mesen…
- Amorphous... - Ground substance ... - 3 Types of fibers: collagen…
Material that fills space between cells; fluid of tissue
Functions of connective tissue
- Binding, support and protection... - Insulation/Storing Energy…
Characteristics of connective tissue
- Common origin - all arise from same embryonic tissue: Mesen…
27 terms
anatomy connective tissue
Elastic fibers
Collagen Fibers
Lacune
Ground Substance
An elastic protein in your skin; long, thin fibers that have…
Most common proteins fibers in the body; main component of sc…
Small spaces or chambers found in the bone and cartilage (lak…
Component of connective tissue that contains a sugar/ salt/nu…
Elastic fibers
An elastic protein in your skin; long, thin fibers that have…
Collagen Fibers
Most common proteins fibers in the body; main component of sc…
anatomy connective tissue
connective tissue
major types of connective tissue
3 basic components
specific functions
connects epithelium to rest of body... -bone... -fat... -blood... ^ these…
connective tissue proper... fluid connective tissue... supporting…
1. ground substance ... 2. fibers... 3. cells
binding and support... protection... insulation... transport
connective tissue
connects epithelium to rest of body... -bone... -fat... -blood... ^ these…
major types of connective tissue
connective tissue proper... fluid connective tissue... supporting…
Human Anatomy: 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.
30 terms
Human Anatomy Connective Tissue
collagenous fibers
collagen
collagen disease
scurvy
wave-like strands of flexible protein, form scar tissue
most common protein in the body, main component of scar tissue
scurvy, systemic lupus, erythematosus and rheumatic fever are…
a disease treated with vitamin C to help the body build colla…
collagenous fibers
wave-like strands of flexible protein, form scar tissue
collagen
most common protein in the body, main component of scar tissue
16 terms
Human Anatomy- Connective Tissue
Connective Tissue
Structure of Connective Tissue
Connective Tissue Proper
Loose Areolar Connective Tissue
most diverse and abundant tissue type; four types, Connective…
cells separated from one another by a large amount of extrace…
composed of Fibroblasts; produces both the fibers and the gro…
underlies almost all epithelia and surrounding capillaries; g…
Connective Tissue
most diverse and abundant tissue type; four types, Connective…
Structure of Connective Tissue
cells separated from one another by a large amount of extrace…
17 terms
Human Anatomy- Connective Tissue
adipose
bone
elastic cartilage
blood
Identify this connective tissue
Identify this connective tissue
Identify this connective tissue
Identify this connective tissue
adipose
Identify this connective tissue
bone
Identify this connective tissue
16 terms
Anatomy Connective Tissue Review
Loose (areolar) Connective Tissue
Adipose Connective Tissue
Reticular Connective Tissue
Elastic Connective Tissue
Function: binds skin to underlying structure... Location: beneat…
Function: cushion, insulates, stores fat... Location: under skin
Function: forms supportive networks... Location: liver
Function: walls of large arteries, airways and hearts... Locatio…
Loose (areolar) Connective Tissue
Function: binds skin to underlying structure... Location: beneat…
Adipose Connective Tissue
Function: cushion, insulates, stores fat... Location: under skin
Anatomy-Connective Tissue
Dense fibrous
Reticular
Adipose
Bone
Function: bind body parts, connect muscle to bone and bone to…
Function: support, flexible framework for certain organs... Loca…
Function: protection, stores energy, and insulation... Location:…
Function: support, forms a framework for body, stores ions (c…
Dense fibrous
Function: bind body parts, connect muscle to bone and bone to…
Reticular
Function: support, flexible framework for certain organs... Loca…
anatomy: connective tissue review
Adipose loose CT proper
Elastic Dense CT proper
Regular Dense proper CT
Areolar loose CT proper
-stores extra nutrients... -provides padding. ... (gluteus and cont…
-cushion shock... -permits expanision and contraction of organs…
-poor vascularity... -attaches muscle to bone and bone to bone.…
Adipose loose CT proper
-stores extra nutrients... -provides padding. ... (gluteus and cont…
Elastic Dense CT proper
-cushion shock... -permits expanision and contraction of organs…
49 terms
Anatomy: Epithelial tissue and Connective tissue
Simple squamous
Simple cuboidal
Simple columnar
Pseudostratified columnar
tissue found in kidneys, forms a porous sheet for blood filtr…
allows secretion and absorption through membrane transporters…
active cells that allow absorption and secretion, may have mi…
nuclei are scattered, mostly upper respiratory tract, ciliate…
Simple squamous
tissue found in kidneys, forms a porous sheet for blood filtr…
Simple cuboidal
allows secretion and absorption through membrane transporters…
12 terms
Anatomy: Connective Tissue Review
reticular
blood
adipose
elastic cartilage
a delicate network of interwoven fibers and located in lympha…
tissue that transports materials and has a fluid matrix
tissue of predominately fat globules
located in the external ear
reticular
a delicate network of interwoven fibers and located in lympha…
blood
tissue that transports materials and has a fluid matrix
30 terms
Anatomy: Connective Tissue
Five Functions
Connective Tissue (4 main types)
CT Difference
Three fibers (In connective tissue)
1. Binding and Supporting... 2. Protecting... 3. Insulating ... 4. Sto…
Connective tissue proper... Cartilage... Bone... Blood
1. Degrees of vascularity, none to a lot... 2. Extracellular mat…
Collagen Fibers,... Elastic Fibers, ... Reticular Fibers.
Five Functions
1. Binding and Supporting... 2. Protecting... 3. Insulating ... 4. Sto…
Connective Tissue (4 main types)
Connective tissue proper... Cartilage... Bone... Blood
Honors Anatomy: Connective Tissue
Functions of Connective Tissue
Where is Connective Tissue not found?
highly vascularized
not highly vascularized
-Help to bind (anchor along w/ basement membrane)... -support... -s…
BODY SURFACES
connective tissue
cartilage
Functions of Connective Tissue
-Help to bind (anchor along w/ basement membrane)... -support... -s…
Where is Connective Tissue not found?
BODY SURFACES
15 terms
Anatomy quiz connective tissue
Areolar Connective Tissue
Adipose Tissue
Reticular Connective tissue
Dense Regular Connective tissu
Function:strength,clasticity, and support
Function:reduces heat loss, energy storage, protection
Function: Strong attachment
Areolar Connective Tissue
Function:strength,clasticity, and support
Adipose Tissue
Function:reduces heat loss, energy storage, protection
70 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Connective Tissue
connective tissue
extracellular matrix
ground substance
collagen fiber
most abundant of the primary tissues
separates the living cells of the tissue; allows tissue to be…
unstructured material that fills the space between the cells…
cross-linked fiber that is the strongest of the fibers
connective tissue
most abundant of the primary tissues
extracellular matrix
separates the living cells of the tissue; allows tissue to be…
15 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Tissue (Connective)
extracellular matrix
phagocytosis
cartilage
chondrocytes
- molecules that fill spaces between cells, consisting mostly…
- process by which a cell engulfs and digests solids
- type of connective tissue with cells in lacunae separated b…
- cartilage cells
extracellular matrix
- molecules that fill spaces between cells, consisting mostly…
phagocytosis
- process by which a cell engulfs and digests solids
97 terms
Anatomy: Epithelial and Connective Tissue
4 types of tissues
Study of tissue is called
Epithelial Tissue
Connective Tissue
Epithelial tissue, Connective tissue, Muscle tissue, and Neur…
histology
-covers exposed surfaces... -lines internal passageways... -forms g…
-Fills internal space... -supports other tissues... -transports mat…
4 types of tissues
Epithelial tissue, Connective tissue, Muscle tissue, and Neur…
Study of tissue is called
histology
anatomy and physiology (connective tissue)
Areolar connective tissue
Adipose tissue
Reticular connective tissue
Dense regular connective tissue
function: connection... location: between other tissues and org…
Function: protection, insulation, support, food reserve, regu…
function: support, filtration, blood production, immunity.... i…
function: flexible but strong connection... tendons, ligaments,…
Areolar connective tissue
function: connection... location: between other tissues and org…
Adipose tissue
Function: protection, insulation, support, food reserve, regu…
42 terms
Anatomy: Epithelia and Connective Tissue
Tissues
Epithelia
Connective Tissues
Muscle tissues
Groups of similar cells that carry out a common function (epi…
Covering surfaces, lining body cavities and contributing to g…
Structural support and protection
Contractile tissues of skeletal muscle, cardiac smooth muscle
Tissues
Groups of similar cells that carry out a common function (epi…
Epithelia
Covering surfaces, lining body cavities and contributing to g…
Anatomy and Physiology - Connective Tissue
Types of Connective Tissue
Loose Connective Tissue
Adipose Tissue
Dense Regular Tissue
Loose Connective, Dense Connective, Adipose, Blood, Cartlidge…
- Appearance - Loose array of random fibers with a wide varie…
- Appearance - Large fat-filled adipocytes and extracellular…
- Appearance - Densely spaced, parallel collagen fibers and f…
Types of Connective Tissue
Loose Connective, Dense Connective, Adipose, Blood, Cartlidge…
Loose Connective Tissue
- Appearance - Loose array of random fibers with a wide varie…
54 terms
Anatomy: 3 Connective Tissue
What is the role of Connective tissue
What are the 2 components of Extracell…
What is in ground substance
What are proteoglycans
supports other tissues
1) ground substance ... 2) protein fibers
1) interstitial fluid... 2) cell adhesion proteins... 3) proteoglyc…
protein-sugar molecules that trap water, making the ground su…
What is the role of Connective tissue
supports other tissues
What are the 2 components of Extracell…
1) ground substance ... 2) protein fibers
Anatomy: Connective Tissue
What are the general characteristics?
What are the general functions of conn…
What makes up the extracellular matrix?
What are the types of connective tissu…
most abundant tissue type is fibroblasts, has a matrix, varie…
binds structures, serve as frameworks, store fat, protect aga…
protein fibers and ground substance (lots of water and small…
fibroblasts, macrophages, mast cells, adipocytes, mesenchymal…
What are the general characteristics?
most abundant tissue type is fibroblasts, has a matrix, varie…
What are the general functions of conn…
binds structures, serve as frameworks, store fat, protect aga…
8 terms
Anatomy Tissues: Connective Tissues
Bone
Blood
Hyaline Cartilage
Elastic Cartilage
EC Matrix: hard; made of calcium.... Fibers: collagen... Function…
EC Matrix: fluid... Fibers: dissolved in liquid unless needed f…
EC Matrix: rubbery... Fibers: collagen... Function: strength... Loc…
EC Matrix: rubbery... Fibers: elastic... Function: to provide str…
Bone
EC Matrix: hard; made of calcium.... Fibers: collagen... Function…
Blood
EC Matrix: fluid... Fibers: dissolved in liquid unless needed f…
anatomy: connective tissue
Bone, blood, loose connective, dense c…
Extracellular
Extracellular matrix
Ground substance, fiber and cells
5 types of connective tissue?
Outside of the cell
What makes connective tissue different from other tissues?
What does the Extracellular matrix consist of?
Bone, blood, loose connective, dense c…
5 types of connective tissue?
Extracellular
Outside of the cell
22 terms
Anatomy: Connective tissue
Functions of connective tissue
Wide range of vascularity
Fundamental Cells
-blast cell
Store energy, transport, support, protection, fight infection…
cartilage: avascular Bone: very vascular
Have ending -cyte (osteocyte, chondrocyte, adipocyte)
make the matrix (extracellular fluid + fibers)
Functions of connective tissue
Store energy, transport, support, protection, fight infection…
Wide range of vascularity
cartilage: avascular Bone: very vascular
60 terms
Anatomy: Connective Tissue
Protection, support, binding
Connective tissue
Blood supply
Extracellular matrix
Three functions of connective tissue
Most abundant and widely distributed tissue in the body
Connective tissue has lots of variation in ... _________________…
A web or mesh that binds connective tissue and helps it to ke…
Protection, support, binding
Three functions of connective tissue
Connective tissue
Most abundant and widely distributed tissue in the body
Anatomy: connective tissue
functions of connective tissue
characteristics
Fibroblasts
Macrophages
Protects ... insulates... stores energy... binds... supports... immunity ... tr…
highly vascular... not on surface... nerve supply
cells that are star-shaped, fixed, common
wandering cells,eat foreign objects
functions of connective tissue
Protects ... insulates... stores energy... binds... supports... immunity ... tr…
characteristics
highly vascular... not on surface... nerve supply
Anatomy & Physiology - Connective Tissue -
Name the 7 different types of connecti…
State the composition and function of…
State the composition and function/s o…
State the composition and function/s o…
1. Bone... 2. Cartilage... 3. Loose... 4. Dense fibrous... 5. Reticular... 6…
-Consists of fatty tissues that are comprised of adipocytes (…
-Consists of cells (fibroblasts) and fibres that are loosely…
-Similar to loose connective tissue although fibres are more…
Name the 7 different types of connecti…
1. Bone... 2. Cartilage... 3. Loose... 4. Dense fibrous... 5. Reticular... 6…
State the composition and function of…
-Consists of fatty tissues that are comprised of adipocytes (…
18 terms
Connective Tissues Anatomy
Elastic cartilage connective tissue
Fibrocartilage connective tissue
Hyaline cartilage connective tissue
Blood connective tissue
Elastic cartilage connective tissue
Fibrocartilage connective tissue
8 terms
Anatomy Connective Tissue Types
Dense Regular tissue
Dense Irregular Tissue
Areolar tissue
Simple Squamous
Dense Regular tissue
Dense Irregular Tissue
25 terms
Anatomy Exam 2- Connective Tissue
Features of Connective Tissue
Functions of Connective Tissue
Locations of connective tissue
reticular fibers
Consists of two basic elements: cells &e xtracellular matrix.…
Binds together, Supports, strengthens, Compartmentalizes stru…
Ligaments, Tendons, Cartilage, Bone, Joint capsule, adipose t…
are made of collagen and glycoproteins. provide support in bl…
Features of Connective Tissue
Consists of two basic elements: cells &e xtracellular matrix.…
Functions of Connective Tissue
Binds together, Supports, strengthens, Compartmentalizes stru…
19 terms
Anatomy Connective and Epithelial Tissue
-thin layer of cells, good for diffusi…
-equally as wide as they are tall, thi…
-column-like cells with nuclei near th…
-all cells attached to basement membra…
Simple squamous
Simple cuboidal
Simple columnar
Pseudo stratified columnar
-thin layer of cells, good for diffusi…
Simple squamous
-equally as wide as they are tall, thi…
Simple cuboidal
48 terms
Anatomy: Connective Tissue
Areolar connective tissue
Areolar connective tissue
Areolar connective tissue
Areolar connective tissue
Areolar connective tissue
Areolar connective tissue
16 terms
Anatomy: Connective Tissue
Types of Connective Tissue
Main Characteristics of Connective Tis…
Types of connective tissue proper
Areolar Connective tissue
- All come from the mesoderm... 1. Connective tissue proper... 2.…
1. Has very few cells... 2. Cells are floating in the matrix... 3.…
1. Loose Connective tissue (areolar, adipose, reticular)... 2.…
* Always under epithelial tissue... - Function: Support, nouris…
Types of Connective Tissue
- All come from the mesoderm... 1. Connective tissue proper... 2.…
Main Characteristics of Connective Tis…
1. Has very few cells... 2. Cells are floating in the matrix... 3.…
56 terms
Connective Tissue and Cranial Anatomy
frontal bone
nasal bone
maxilla
mandible
frontal bone
nasal bone
Anatomy Connective Tissue Types
Bone (osseous) tissue
Hyaline cartilage
Elastic cartilage
Fibrocartilage
composed of bone cells in lacunae cavities, hard matrix of ca…
most common cartilage, composed of abundant collagen fibers,…
provides elasticity, supports the external ear
highly compressible, forms cushion like discs between vertebrae
Bone (osseous) tissue
composed of bone cells in lacunae cavities, hard matrix of ca…
Hyaline cartilage
most common cartilage, composed of abundant collagen fibers,…
Supporting connective tissue (anatomy)
Types of Supporting connective tissue
Cartilage
Chondrocytes
lacunae
Bone and Cartilage
Firm, gel like extracellular matrix : chondrocytes and lacuna…
mature cartilage cells
they occupy small space, hollow; like a lake
Types of Supporting connective tissue
Bone and Cartilage
Cartilage
Firm, gel like extracellular matrix : chondrocytes and lacuna…
35 terms
Connective tissue( Anatomy)
Connective tissue is
Mesenchyne
Protein fibers in connective tissue
Ground substance
like the glue and filer of the body
first type of connective tissue to emerge : star shape cell
support and strength
made by protein carbohydrate and water
Connective tissue is
like the glue and filer of the body
Mesenchyne
first type of connective tissue to emerge : star shape cell
19 terms
Anatomy Connective Tissue
Hyaline Cartilage
Adipose Tissue
Loose (Areolar) Tissue
Dense Fibrous Tissue
cartilage found on the ends of bones, articulates with sternum
type of tissue that acts as a storage depot for fat
tissue surrounds organs and helps connect to the muscle
tendons and ligaments are composed of this
Hyaline Cartilage
cartilage found on the ends of bones, articulates with sternum
Adipose Tissue
type of tissue that acts as a storage depot for fat
Anatomy Connective Tissue Practice
loose areolar
Adipose tissue (aka fat)
Reticular Connective Tissue
dense fibrous connective tissue (irreg…
(Location)- Underlies majority of epithelium tissue. Under sk…
(location)- stored in layer underneath skin(hypodermis), surr…
(location)- Found in bone marrow, spleen and the lymph nodes…
(location)- surrounding; kidney, lymph nodes, and bones... (func…
loose areolar
(Location)- Underlies majority of epithelium tissue. Under sk…
Adipose tissue (aka fat)
(location)- stored in layer underneath skin(hypodermis), surr…
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