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- 1 What is composed of adipose and areolar connective tissue?
- 2 Which property of epithelium enables to cover coverings and linings of the body?
- 3 Which of the following is a layer of areolar tissue and fat that separates the skin from the underlying tissues and organs and is also known as the Hypodermis?
- 4 Which membrane is composed of Areolar?
- 5 What type of epithelium has elastic properties?
- 6 What is the thin Areolar connective tissue surrounding each muscle fiber?
- 7 What is the synovial membrane composed of?
- 8 What is synovial fluid in the human body?
What is composed of adipose and areolar connective tissue?
Hypodermis. The hypodermis consists of well-vascularized, loose, areolar connective tissue and adipose tissue, which functions as a mode of fat storage and provides insulation and cushioning for the integument.
Which of the following membranes is composed of loose areolar connective tissue?
Synovial membranes provide a smooth surface, secrete a lubricating fluid, and are composed of soft areolar connective tissue.
Which property of epithelium enables to cover coverings and linings of the body?
Which property of epithelium enables it to form coverings and linings of the body? 2) the cells are tightly adhered to one another insuring a relatively tight seal. Which tissue can withstand friction and abrasion? stratified epithelium is the protective layer and can withstand friction and abrasion.
What is the connective tissue membrane that covers a muscle?
An individual skeletal muscle may be made up of hundreds, or even thousands, of muscle fibers bundled together and wrapped in a connective tissue covering. Each muscle is surrounded by a connective tissue sheath called the epimysium. Fascia, connective tissue outside the epimysium, surrounds and separates the muscles.
Which of the following is a layer of areolar tissue and fat that separates the skin from the underlying tissues and organs and is also known as the Hypodermis?
The hypodermis is the deepest layer of the skin, and it consists of loose connective tissue called areolar tissue. As stated in the question, it connects the upper layers of the skin (the epidermis and dermis) to underlying muscle, acting like a glue.
What is Areolar and adipose tissue?
Areolar Tissue and Adipose Tissue The most common forms of loose connective tissue is the areolar tissue. These are found in the subcutaneous layer of the skin and the dermis. Adipose tissues again are a type of loose connective tissue but these are the fat reservoirs of the body, they store fat as triglycerides.
Which membrane is composed of Areolar?
Synovial Membrane This membrane is found within joint capsules and is composed of areolar connective tissue incompletely lined by “epithelial” cells. These cells are not true epithelial cells because they, 1) do not have a basal lamina, 2) do not form a complete lining and 3) are derived from connective tissue cells.
What are synovial membranes composed of?
It is made up mainly of ligaments, owing to its fibrous nature. The second layer, which is also the inner layer of the joint capsule, is the synovial membrane. The synovial membrane is the inner layer of the joint capsule made up of intima and subintima (an outer layer of connective tissue).
What type of epithelium has elastic properties?
Transitional epithelium also known as urothelium is a type of stratified epithelium. Transitional epithelium is a type of tissue that changes shape in response to stretching (stretchable epithelium). The transitional epithelium usually appear cuboidal when relaxed and squamous when stretched.
Which structure is highlighted basement membrane of respiratory epithelium?
44 Cards in this Set
|Which tissue is highlighted?||perichondrium|
|Identify the highlighted structure||basement membrane|
|Identify the highlighted epithelium||simple squamous|
|Identify the epithelial structure||Transitional|
What is the thin Areolar connective tissue surrounding each muscle fiber?
Endomysium is a thin reticular connective tissue surrounding each muscle cell. Skeletal muscle fibres are covered by an areolar connective tissue layer called the endomysium.
What is muscle composed of?
A muscle is made up of thousands of elastic fibres bundled tightly together. Each bundle is wrapped in a thin transparent membrane called a perimysium.
What is the synovial membrane composed of?
The synovial membrane is composed of adipose and fibrous tissue, they have a smooth non-adherent surface that allows easy movement between tissues. The surface is permeable to proteins, water and small molecules. The intima: (a thin cellular layer), contains macrophages and fibroblasts. The subintima (a deeper vascular layer).
What is the serous membrane made of?
Serous membrane (serosa) Epithelial membrane composed of a layer of simple squamous epithelium resting on a thin layer of areolar connective tissue. It lines body cavities closed to the exterior (abdominal cavity and ventral body cavity). Usually occurs in pairs. Serous fluid
What is synovial fluid in the human body?
Synovial fluid. This is a clear, colorless, thick and fibrous liquid. Many consider it to be similar to egg white. Help in the nourishment of the articular cartilage to act as a means of transporting nutrients such as glucose. It helps in the mechanical function of the joints, by the lubrication of the surfaces of the joints.
What is areolar connective tissue?
Areolar connective tissue: These are simplest and most widely distributed connective tissues. It has homogenous, transparent, semi-fluid and gelatinous matrix. Matrix contain various types of cells (fibroblast, macrophages, mast cells, lymphocytes, fat cells, plasma cells) and fibres (white collagen fibres, yellow elastic fibres)