An Introduction to Medical Science: A Comprehensive Guide to by N. Durkin

By N. Durkin

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1) Hyaline cartilage. 10a). There are collagen fibres in this matrix which are not visible because they are surrounded by mucopolysaccharide. The cells which produce the hard matrix are called chondrocytes. Hyaline cartilage makes up the temporary cartilage which later becomes bone, and also the articular cartilage which covers the bones at joint surfaces. It is also found in the trachea (windpipe) and in the attachment of the ribs to the sternum. Monocyte Lymphoid tissue Lymphoid tissue. The essential difference between loose connective tissue and lymphoid tissue is that lymphoid tissue contains dense aggregates of lymphocytes, and more plasma cells and macrophages.

The cytoplasm can be as much as 85% water by weight, and it contains enzymes, nutrients and the following organelles: a. Mitochondria. urn in length, and are comparable in size to a bacterium. In a liver cell, there can be from 500 to 1000 mitochondria. Mitochondria, like some cells, are constantly being destroyed and constantly being renewed. If there were 1000 mitochondria in a liver cell, about 500 old mitochondria would be destroyed every two weeks and 500 new mitochondria would be formed. There would always be 1000 mitochondria, but not the same thousand.

Stratified squamous epithelium has a protective function and is found in those structures subject to frictional wear and tear. These include the skin, mouth, oesophagus, vagina and parts of the eye. B. 5 Epithelial tissue. (a) Squamous epithelium. (b) Cuboidal epithelium. (c) Columnar epithelium. (d) Mucous columnar epithelium. (e) Ciliated columnar epithelium. (0 Stratified (compound) epithelium. Sb). The cuboidal epithelial cells of the thyroid glands help to produce thyroid hormone in the thyroid gland.

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