UB BIO 200 - Connective Tissue Study Guide (3 pages)

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University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
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Bio 200 - Evolutionary Biology
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Connective Tissue Study Guide Areolar loose CT Green arrow Collagen fiber thicker fiber Blue arrow Elastic fiber thinner fiber Black arrow Fibroblast actually the nucleus of a fibroblast Mesenchyme Blue arrow Semifluid ground substance Black arrow Mesenchymal cell Adipose Tissue Blue arrow Fat droplet within adipocyte White arrow Cell membrane Black arrow Nucleus Dense CT White Fibrous Blue arrow Collagen fibers Black arrow Fibroblast Elastic CT Black arrow Fibroblast little pink dot which is actually its nucleus White arrow Elastic fibers squiggly light lines Blue arrow Collagen fibers Hyaline Cartilage Green arrow Intercellular material Blue arrow Chondrocyte in lacuna Black arrow Nucleus of chondrocyte Reticular CT White arrow Fibroblasts light pink cells Green arrow Reticular fiber Red arrow White blood cell purple cells Elastic Cartilage White arrow Elastic fibers faint dark squiggly lines Black arrow Chondrocyte Green arrow Nucleus of chondrocyte Red arrow Lacuna Fibrocartilage Red arrow Chondrocyte in lacuna Blue arrow Nucleus of chondrocyte Orange arrow Collagen fibers Black arrow Intercellular material Blood Bone Red arrow Lacuna this is where the osteocytes are Blue arrow Haversian canals also called the central canals Pink arrow Canaliculi little black lines Characteristics of Connective Tissue 1 Directly supplied with blood except cartilage 2 Consists of living cells and a nonliving matrix which is made up organic and inorganic material 3 Connects supports and protects all other tissues 4 Most abundant tissue in the body Black arrow Plasma whitish area which is actually liquid White arrow White blood cell Red arrow Red blood cell Blue arrow Platelet little tinny dot Location



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