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Mast cell tumor in dog
Human fibroblast cells - these cells contain numerous different types of proteins which can be visualized with different stains
Macrophages – Macrophages can consume objects through the process of phagocytosis many times their own size Phagocytosis of red blood cells
White Blood Cells!
Real white blood cells also known As “leukocytes” Red blood cells, aka “erythrocytes”
Adipose Connective Tissue
Elastic Fibers found in artery
Reticular Fibers lymph node
Areolar Connective Tissue Superficial Dermis
Reticular Connective Tissue - Spleen
Dense Irregular Connective Tissue - Skin
Elastic Connective Tissue – Bronchiole Tissue
Hyaline Cartilage Trachea Articular
Fibrocartilage – Pubic Symphysis
Elastic – “Auricular” Cartilage of the Ear
Tissue: The Living Fabric
The most abundant and widely diverse of all the basic tissue types
NOTE These are not the exact slides on the practicum.
The following types of connective tissue are covered in this activity:
Lab Exercise 5 Classification of Tissues: Connective Tissue Connective Tissue: a tissue that supports, transports, binds, and protects structures in the.
KEEPING THE BODY TOGETHER. Interconnection of tissues Support and motion Storage Cushioning and insulation Enclosing and separating Transport.
Connective Tissue Slides. Connective Tissues Adipose Elastic Cartilage Elastic Cartilage 2 Adipose 2 Blood Blood 2 Dense Regular Connective Tissue Dense.
Do Now Observe the following slide. Identify the type of epithelium present. What else is present in this slide?
Connective Tissue General Features Two basic elements: CELLS and an extracellular MATRIX The MATRIX is made with a ground substance and fibers Not.
Name This Tissue Found in the skinWhere is it found?
Histology 2 – Connective Tissue
Tissues: The living fabric
Connective Tissue Loose connective tissue Blood…why? Cartilage
Connective Tissue The most abundant and widely distributed type of tissue in the whole body. General characteristics: With the exception of 3 types, connective.
CONNECTIVE TISSUES Most abundant type of tissue
Simple Squamous Location: lungs Simple Cuboidal Location: renal tubules.
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