Anatomy Lab Conn. Tissues

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Anatomy Lab Conn. Tissues
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Connective tissues
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  1. Enclose organs as capsule and separate oragns into layers ?
    Connective tissue Areolar
  2. Secretes the proteins needed for fiber synthesis and components of the extracellular matrix?
    Fibroblasts 
  3. Common in some tissues(dermis of skin); rare in some cartilage? 
    Adipose or Fat cells (Adipocytes)
  4. Common beneath membranes; along small blood vesslels. Can release Heparin, Histamine and proteolytic enzymes in response to injury?
    Mast Cells
  5. Response  to injury infection
    Leukocytes(WBC's)
  6. Derived from Monocytes (a WBC). Phagocytic;
    Provide protection?
    Macrophages
  7. From Cartilage?
    Chondroblats
  8. From Bone?
    Osteoblasts
  9. From blood cells?
    Hematopoietic Stem Cell
  10. Have potential to differentiate into adult cell types?
    Undifferentiated mesenchyme(stem cell)
  11. ECM
    Extracelluar Matrix
  12. EMC has 3 major componenets?
    Protein Fibers

    Ground Substances

    Fluid
  13. Types of protein fibers?
    Collagen Fibers

    Elastic Fibers

    Recticular Fibers
  14. Composed of protein collagen. Strong flexable, inelastic; great tensile strength(i.e resists stretch.) Perfect for tendon ligaments?
    Collagen Fibers
  15. Contain molecules of protein elastin that resemble coiled springs. Return to it's Original shape after stretching or compression. Perfect for lungs, Large blood vessles?
    Elastic Fibers
  16. Formed from fine collagenous fibers.Form branching networks(storma). Fill spaces between tissues and organs?
    Recticular Fibers
  17.    

    Name?

    Location?

    Function?
    Connective tissue Adipose

    Location- Under the skin, around eyes, Kidneys, heart

    Function- Protection and Storage


  18. Name?

    Location?

    Function?
    Recticular(loose) connective tissue

    Location- Internal Skeleton: Lymph nodes, Spleen

    Function- Soft internal skeleton, support other cell types

    Arrow#1- Fiber Recticular

    Arrow#2- Cells Lymphocytes


  19. Name?

    Location?

    Function?
    Hyaline

    Location- Embryonic Skeleton, Cover end of bones, trachea, nose, larynx

    Function- Support, reinforce, resist compressive stress

    Arrow- Chondrocytes


  20. Name?

    Location?

    Function?
    Aerolar Loose Connective 

    Location- Widely distributed under epithelia

    Function- Wraps and cushions organs; inflammation

    Arrow#1-Fiber Collagen

    Arrow#2- Fiber Elastic

    Arrow#3- Cell Fibroblast


  21. Name?

    Location?

    Function?
    Dense Connective Tissues

    Location- Tendons, Ligaments, aponeurosis

    Function- Attaches muscles to bones, bones to bones

    Arrow#1- Fibroblats

    Arrow#2- Collagen


  22. Name?

    Location?

    Function?
    Osseous tissue

    Location- Bone

    Function- Storage, Support

    Arrow

    1. Haversian Canal

    2. Canaliculi

    3. Lamella

    4. Osteocytes in the Lacuna


  23. Name?

    Location?

    Function?

    What important process takes place here?

    ??#1

    ??#2

    ??#3
    Spongy bone or Cancellousbone

    Location- In the center of flat bones and in ends of long bones

    Function- Support

    • What important process takes place here?
    •  -Hematopoiesis


    ??#1- Osteocytes

    ??#2- Trabecula

    ??#3- Red bone marrow


  24. Name?

    Description?

    Location?

    Function?

    ??#1

    ??#2

    ??#3
    Blood 

    Description- Red and white blood cells in fluid matrix

    Location- Contained within blood vessels

    Function- Transport of respiratory gases, nutrients, waste, and other substances

    ??#1- Neutrophil

    ??#2- Red Blood Cells

    ??#3- Lymphocyte

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