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What surrounds cells and makes up most of the volume of connective tissue?
a) matrix b) fibroblasts c) ground substance d) protein fibers
The fluid that fills the space between cells and surrounds the fibers of connective tissue.
a) matrix b) fibroblasts c) ground substance d) protein fibers
The matrix is made up of
a) fibroblasts and ground substance b) lacunae and ground substances c) lacunae and protein fibers d) protein fibers and ground substance
Type of protein fiber that is most common. It is long, straight, flexible and does not have branches.
a) Collagen b) Elastic c) Reticular d) Lacunae
Type of protein fiber that is branched and wavy; after stretching it will return to its original length.
a) collagen b) elastic c) reticular d) lacunae
The least common type of protein fiber that forms a branching interwoven framework found inside various organs.
a) collagen b) elastic c) reticular d) lacunae
Connective tissue is categorized as loose or dense based on the proportion of ground substance, protein fibers, and cells.
a) True b) False c) d)
Which is not a function of loose connective tissue?
a) Packaging material of the body b) Stores lipids c) Connects bone and muscle d) layer that separates the skin and muscle
Which is not a function of dense connective tissue?
a) Tough, strong, durable and mostly collagen b) Resists tension and distortion c) Can form a thick fibrous layer called a capsule d) Fills space between organs to provide cushioning and to support epithelia
The ________________ surrounds organs (liver, kidney and spleen) or encloses joint cavities.
a) fibroblast b) capsule c) lacunae d) ground substance
Fat cells are called
a) adipocytes b) chondrocytes c) osteocytes d) lacunae
Cartilage cells are called
a) adipocytes b) chondrocytes c) osteocytes d) lacunae
Bone cells are called
a) adipocytes b) chondrocytes c) osteocytes d) lacunae
Which is not an example of fluid connective tissue?
a) cartilage b) interstitial c) lymph d) plasma
Which is not an example of supporting connective tissue?
a) bone b) hyaline cartilage c) fibrocartilage d) plasma
Which is not an example of connective tissue proper?
a) Fat b) Bone c) Ligaments d) Tendons
What provides a framework for structure/support and protects organs?
a) Fluid Connective Tissue b) Connective Tissue Proper c) Supporting Connective Tissue d)
What has numerous fibers in the matrix that are calcified because of mineral deposits with collagen fibers that give strength, rigidity, and resist shattering.
a) Bone b) Cartilage c) Ligaments d) Tendons
What is avascular, cells are found in lacunae, and has a firm rubbery gel matrix with embedded fibers. It is an example of supporting connective tissue.
a) Bone b) Cartilage c) Tendon d) Ligament
Most common type of cartilage; the matrix has closely packed collagen fibers making it tough and flexible.
a) Elastic b) Fibrocartilage c) Hyaline d)
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