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areolar connective tissues main function is to..
bind one tissue to another, protection and store body fluids
Where is areloar connective tissue found?
beneath the skin and around blood vessels, muscles and nerves.
what are 3 things to look for under a scope when viewing areoloar connective tissue?
1.ground substance in the watery tissue
2.collagen fibres
3.elastic fibres
Adipose connective tissue is found where?
Anywhere empty space is present
Adipose connective tissues cells are filled with what?
Fat vacuoles
Elastic connective tissue is in nature...
very wavy and stretchy.
Elastic connective tissue is found where?
large arteries, bronchial tubes
What is the function of elastic connective tissue?
being stretchy
areolar connective tissues main function is to..
bind one tissue to another, protection and store body fluids
Where is areloar connective tissue found?
beneath the skin and around blood vessels, muscles and nerves.
what are 3 things to look for under a scope when viewing areoloar connective tissue?
1.ground substance in the watery tissue
2.collagen fibres
3.elastic fibres
Adipose connective tissue is found where?
Anywhere empty space is present
Adipose connective tissues cells are filled with what?
Fat vacuoles
Elastic connective tissue is in nature...
very wavy and stretchy.
Elastic connective tissue is found where?
large arteries, bronchial tubes
What is the function of elastic connective tissue?
being stretchy