Human Anatomy and Physiology

What is calcified connective tissue?


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2012-05-10 19:11:24
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Bone is calcified connective tissue that forms most of the adult skeleton. The skeleton

consists of approximately 206 bones.


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connective tissue =cells and matrix, although the difference is it contains few cells and calcified matrix...but still cells and matrix

a. loose connective tissue 1. aerolalar connective tissue 2.adipose tissue 3.retigular connective tissue b. Dense connective tissue 1.dense irregular connective tissue 2.dense regular connective tissue 3.elastic connective tissue

Connective tissue is classified into two categories. Connective tissue proper includes loose connective tissue and dense connective tissue. The specialized connective tissues include cartilage, bone, and blood.

Its connective tissue.

No. They are not connective tissue.

No, there is not dense connective tissue in the epidermis. There is loose connective tissue right below the epidermis (areolar connective tissue).

No. Blood is a specialized connective tissue that belongs to the liquid connective tissue.

connective tissue is a form of fibrous tissue

Collagen is the connective tissue.

it is a tissue that is connective for instance tissue connecting with tissue

Yes. Blood is a connective tissue, part of the specialized liquid connective tissue.

Connective Tissueconnective tissue

The tissue of the spleen is reticular connective tissue.

Yes, areolar tissue is a type of connective tissue.

Connective tissue that holds tendons in place are called fibrous connective tissue. Loose connective tissue holds organs in place.

The connective tissue protects the muscle tissue. The connective tissue includes tendons and aponeurosis

Bone is the hardest connective tissue

no, but connective tissue surrounds the cartilage. a connective tissue is more like ligaments and tendons, but not cartilage.

Bone is not connective tissue. Instead, connective tissue -- ligaments and tendons -- connect to the bone.

- Areolar connective tissue - Adipose tissue - Reticular connctive tissue

Connective Tissue Proper Fluid Connective Tissues Supporting Connective Tissues

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