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  1. Major types of intercellular substances formed by connective tissues are collagen, elasting, chondroitin, and _.
    hyaluronic acid
  2. Major types of intercellular substances formed by connective tissues are collagen, elastin, _, and hyaluronic acid.
    chondroitin
  3. Major types of intercellular substances formed by connective tissues are collagen, _, chondroitin, and hyaluronic acid.
    elastin
  4. Major types of intercellular substances formed by connective tissues are _, elasting, chondroitin, and hyaluronic acid.
    collagen
  5. Chondroitin is a major component of _.
    cartilage
  6. Hyaluronic acid forms a gel that cements cells together and _.
    acts as a cushion
  7. Hyaluronic acid forms a gel that _ and acts as a cushion.
    cements cells together
  8. Intercellular materials are secreted by _.
    fibroblasts
  9. Connective tissue proper composes a _ framework for almost every tissue.
    loose arranged structural
  10. Loosely arranged structural framework that composes almost every tissue is _.
    connective tissue proper
  11. Tendons are structures that connect _ with the _.
    • *skeletal muscles
    • *bony skeleton
  12. Skeletal muscles are connected to the bony skeleton by _.
    tendons
  13. Ligaments are structures that _.
    hold joints together
  14. Structure that holds joints together is _.
    ligament
  15. Cartilage is composed of _ and _.
    • *collagen
    • *elastin
  16. Cartilage supports _.
    some soft tissues
  17. Cartilage covers the _.
    ends of bones
  18. Cartilage provides _.
    bearing surfaces for joints
  19. Cartilage is secreted by _.
    chondrocytes
  20. Chondrocytes secrete _.
    cartilage
  21. Majority of bone mass is composed of _.
    calcium phosphate
  22. Calcium phosphate is laid down on _.
    extracellular organic matrix
  23. Outer covering of bone is _.
    compact bone
  24. Compact bone is the _ of bone.
    outer covering
  25. Compact bone surrounds a core of _.
    spongy or cancellous bone
  26. Spongy or cancellous bone is surrounded by _.
    compact bone
  27. Compact bone is composed of units called _.
    osteons
  28. Osteons compose _.
    compact bone
  29. Each osteon surrounds _ that contains blood vessels and nerves.
    Haversian canal
  30. Haversian canal is surrounded by _.
    osteons
  31. Surrounding Haversian canals are concentric rings of mineralized intercellular substance called _.
    lamellae
  32. Lacunae of Haversian canal are occupied by _.
    osteocytes
  33. Osteocytes are _.
    bone cells
  34. Bone cells are _.
    osteocytes
  35. Osteoblasts _ bone.
    synthesize
  36. Osteoclasts _ bone.
    breakdown
  37. Osteocyte that synthesizes bone is _.
    osteoblast
  38. Osteocyte that breaks down bone is _.
    osteoclast
  39. Cancellous bone consiss of a meshwork of mineralized _.
    trabeculae
  40. Spaces in trabeculae of cancellous bone is filled with _.
    bone marrow
  41. Adipose tissue is specialized for _.
    storage of fat
  42. Specialized for the storage of fat is _.
    adipose tissue

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