bio 130 chpt 4

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bio 130 chpt 4
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  1. which tissue varies in appearance and function
    connective
  2. what tissue is throughout the body but never exposed to outside
    connective
  3. what tissue has many blood vessels and sensory receptors
    connective
  4. what are the three basic components of connective tissue
    specialized cells, extracellular protein fibers, fluid (ground substance)
  5. what is the extracellular fibers and fluid that surround cells
    matrix
  6. what are the three types of connective tissue
    connective tissue proper, fluid connective tissues, supporting connective tissues
  7. what are the kinds of connective tissue proper
    loose and dense
  8. which connective tissue has many types of cells, fibers with syrupy ground substance
    connective tissue proper
  9. which connective tissue is a watery matirx
    fluid connective tissues
  10. which connective tissue has less diverse cells, matrix with densely packed fibers
    supporting connective tissue
  11. what are the two types of fluid connective tissue
    blood and lymph
  12. what are the two supporting connective tissue
    cartilage and bone
  13. what CTP has extracellular protein fibers
    loose
  14. what CTP has viscous ground substance
    loose
  15. what are the two classes of cells in loose connective tissue proper
    fixed and wandering
  16. which loose CTP is stationary and function in maintenance, repair, and storage
    fixed
  17. which loose CTP move throughout tissue and function in defense and repair
    wandering
  18. what are the three fibers in loose CTP in extracellular protein fibers
    reticular fibers, collagen fibers, elastic fibers
  19. which of the extracellular fibers in loose CTP are strong and form branching network
    reticular fibers
  20. which of the extracellular fibers in loose CTP are thick and very strong
    collagen fibers
  21. which of the extracellular fibers in loose CTP
    are slender and very stretchy
    elastic fibers
  22. what component of loose CTP is clear, colorless, viscous (syrupy) due to presence of proteoglycans and glycoproteins
    ground substance
  23. what component of loose CTP fills the space between cells and surround connective tissue fibers
    ground substance
  24. what loose CTP fixed cell synthesize melanin pigment
    melanocytes
  25. what loose CTP fixed cell engulfs cell debris and pathogens
    fixed macrophage
  26. what loose CTP fixed cell stimulate inflammation and mobilize defenses
    mast cells
  27. what loose CTP fixed cell synthesizes extracellular fibers
    fibroblasts
  28. what loose CTP fixed cell store lipid reserves in large intracellular vesicles
    adipocytes
  29. what loose CTP wandering cell is immune cell producing antibodies
    plasma cells
  30. what loose CTP wandering cell engulf debris and pathogens patrol tissue
    free macrophange
  31. what loose CTP wandering cell stem cells that aid tissue repair
    mesenchymal cells
  32. what loose CTP wandering cell phagocytic blood cell, small entering during injury
    neutrophils and eosinophils
  33. what loose CTP wandering cell immune system cells
    lymphocytes
  34. what are the three types of loose connective tissue proper
    areolar tissue, adipose tissue, reticular tissue
  35. what type of loose connective tissue is most common connective tissue proper
    areolar
  36. what type of loose connective tissue is packing material of the body
    areolar
  37. what type of loose connective tissue has all connective tissue proper cell types
    areolar
  38. what type of loose connective tissue is found deep to skin in various areas of body (flanks, butt, boobs)
    adipose
  39. what type of loose connective tissue mostly cells (adipocytes)
    adipose
  40. what type of loose connective tissue is found in liver, kidney, spleen, lymph nodes, and bone marrow
    reticular
  41. what type of loose connective tissue provides support and resists distortion
    reticular
  42. what type of loose connective tissue has many fibers forming network (stroma)
    reticular
  43. what type of connective tissue is most volume occupied by extracellular fibers
    dense connective tissue
  44. what are the three types of dense connective tissue
    dense regular, dense irregular, elastic tissue
  45. what type of dense tissue is found in tendons, ligaments, and organ cords; is the strongest
    regular
  46. what type of dense tissue has parallel collagen fibers
    regular
  47. what type of dense tissue is found covering visceral organs; in superficial layer of bones, cartilage, and peripheral nerves, in dermis
    irregular
  48. what type of dense tissue has no consistent pattern of fiber arrangemnet
    irregular
  49. what type of dense tissue is more elastic fibers than collegan
    elastic
  50. what type of dense tissue is springy and resilient; recoil and extension
    elastic
  51. what type of dense tissue found between vertebrae, in walls of large blood vessels, erectile tissue of penis
    elastic
  52. what type of tissue has a fluid matrix with many suspended proteins, normally without fibers
    fluid connective tissue
  53. what are the two types of fluid connective tissue
    blood and lymph
  54. which fluid connective tissue has water matrix (plasma) cells and cell fragment (formed elements)
    blood
  55. which fluid connective tissue has water matrix (lymph) and cells (mainly lymphocytes)
    lymph
  56. what are the formed elements in blood are transport oxygen and bodily defense
    red and white blood cells
  57. what are the four white blood cell types
    basophils, lymphocytes, eosinophils/neutrophils, and monocytes
  58. which of the white blood cells are large phagocytes
    monocytes
  59. which of the white blood cells are uncommon in blood
    lymphotcytes
  60. which of the white blood cells are small phagocytes
    eosinophils/neutrophils
  61. which of the white blood cells promote inflammation
    basophils
  62. what element formed in the blood involves clotting response to damages or broken blood vessels
    platlets
  63. what fluid connective tissue is normally moved by heart through blood vessels
    blood
  64. what carries blood away from heart
    arteries
  65. what are the smallest vessels, site of exchange
    capilaries
  66. what carries blood toward the heart
    veins
  67. what fluid connective tissue exchanges water and solutes between plasma and interstitial fluid
    blood
  68. what fluid connective tissue is located in lymphatic vessels
    lymph
  69. what fluid connective tissue is collected from interstitial fluid
    lymph
  70. what fluid connective tissue is returned to blood at large veins near heart
    lymph
  71. what fluid connective tissue function to maintain solute levels, blood volume, and alert immune system of infection
    lymph

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