What are the characteristics of connective tissue that make it different from other primary tissues?
What are the components of ground substance?
What are the types of fibers that provide support to connective tissue?
What types of cells are in connective tissue?
What is the role of mast cells?
What are the two subclasses of connective tissue proper?
Dense irregular connective tissue is located where?
Elastic connective tissue is located where?
Nervous tissue is the main component of the nervous system. It is composed of __________.
__________ are supporting cells in nerve tissue that support, insulate, and protect neurons.
In the cutaneous membrane, keratinized stratified squamous epithelium (_______), is attached to a thick layer of connective tissue (___________).
In mucous membranes, an epithelial sheet lies over a layer of connective tissue called ___________.
In serous membranes, a simple squamous epithelium, also known as _________, rests on a thin layer of ___________ connective tissue.
During this type of tissue repair, the same type of tissue replaces the destroyed tissue, and the original function is restored.
In this type of tissue repair, connective tissue replaces the destroyed tissue, and the original function is lost.
What is the second step of tissue repair?
What is the third step of tissue repair?
What types of tissues regenerate very well?
What types of tissues have moderate regenerating capacity?
What types of tissues have virtually no functional regenerative capacity?