bio 130 chpt 4

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bio 130 chpt 4
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  1. what supporting tissue has matrix and is firm containing polysaccharide derivatives (chondroitin sulfates)
    cartilage
  2. what is the name of the cartilage that forms complexes with proteins producing proteoglycans
    chondroitin sulfates
  3. what is another name for cells
    chondrocytes
  4. what is only in the cartilage matrix and occupy small chambers
    cells
  5. what are the small chambers which cells reside in called
    lacunae
  6. what supporting tissue depends on matrix proteoglycans as well as type and abundance of extracellular fluid
    cartilage
  7. what is the property of cartilage that is set apart from surrounding tissues
    perichondrium
  8. what are the two layers of perichondrium
    outer layer of dense regular connective tissue and inner cellular layer
  9. what perichondrium provides mechanical support, protection, and attachment
    out layer of dense regular connective tissue
  10. what perichondrium is where cartilage growth and maintenance occue
    inner cellular layer
  11. what are the three types of cartilage
    hyaline, elastic, fibrous
  12. what cartilage is found between ribs and sternum, covering bones in mobile joints, certain areas of respiratory system
    hyaline
  13. what cartilage is stiff but flexible support and reduces friction
    hyaline
  14. what cartilage supports external ear and other smaller internal structures
    elastic
  15. what cartilage increases flexiblility
    elastic
  16. what cartilage is found within the knee joint, between pubic bones of pelvis and in intervetebral discs
    fibrous
  17. what cartilage resists compression, prevents bone to bone contact, and limits relative movement
    fibrous
  18. what are the two types of cartilage growth
    appositional and interstitial
  19. what growth is at cartilage surface
    appositional
  20. what growth is consisted of chondroblasts(immature chondrocytes) divided in the cellular layer of perichondrium
    appositional
  21. what growth has chondroblasts secrete new matrix that become separate from one another
    appositional
  22. what growth happens once surrounded by matrix, chondroblasts mature into chondrocytes
    appositional
  23. what growth is within the cartilage
    interstitial
  24. what growth has chondrocytes divided in the lacunae
    interstitial
  25. what growth has daughter cells that secrete additional matrix and move apart
    interstitial
  26. what are both types that occur during development
    cartilage growth
  27. what is another name for bone
    osseous
  28. what supporting tissue is a bony matrix and structure
    osseous
  29. what has small volume of ground substance, 2/3 of matrix is calcium salts and has many collagen fibers
    osseous
  30. what are the two typical structures of long bones
    spongy and compact
  31. what bone lines internal cavity
    spongy
  32. what bone lines outer layer of bone
    compact
  33. what bone has matrix organized in concentric layers
    compact
  34. what are the organized functional unit of the bone called
    osteons
  35. what part of the bone contains blood vessels in center
    central canal
  36. what type of cells are located between the layers of bone
    osteocytes
  37. what are the little canals in the bone that connect osteocytes
    canaliculi
  38. what bone is the superficial layer that prevents interstitial growth
    compact
  39. what bone is surrounded by periosteum
    compact
  40. which layer of the periosteum all attachment of ligaments
    outer fibrous layer
  41. which layer of the periosteum allows appositional growth and repair
    inner cellular layer

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