Conjunctive tissue


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(Anat.) the tissue found in nearly all parts of most animals. It yields gelatin on boiling, and consists of vriously arranged fibers which are imbedded protoplasmic cells, or corpuscles; - called also cellular tissue and connective tissue. Adipose or fatty tissue is one of its many forms, and cartilage and bone are sometimes included by the phrase.

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The parenchymatous secondary conjunctive tissue is deposited both on the internal and external sides; the deposition may be meager as in Dasylirion serratifolium or massive as in Furcraea pubescens (Schoute, 1903; Cheadle, 1937).
The inner derivatives of the monocot cambium differentiate into cells of secondary conjunctive tissue and vascular bundles.
5; evident follicular development, interfollicular conjunctive tissue present
Active: index 1; interfollicular conjunctive tissue absent or scarce, follicles full of ripe gametes, spermatozoa in order and oriented with the flagella toward the center of the follicle, oocytes in polygonal shape pressed against each other
Those most cited were osteomuscular and conjunctive tissue disorders such as back pain and rheumatism, with 28% of citations (Figure 4).
V--Diseases of the osteomuscular system and conjunctive tissue.
The pancreas in Pimelodus maculatus is compact, enclosed by a thin layer of conjunctive tissue and is attached to the stomach and intestine wall as small masses of glandular tissue (Marconi Stipp et al.
However, the slight increase in the number of hemocytes in the conjunctive tissues between the inner and outer mantle epithelia adjacent to the nemertean attachment indicates a response elicited by the presence of M.