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31 August, 06:19

You observe a uniform tissue under a microscope. there is no lumen. the material looks densely packed, but you do not observe many nuclei. it appears that there are strands of fibers running in parallel directions. what type of tissue are you looking at? 1) epithelial tissue 2) connective tissue 3) muscle tissue 4) nervous tissue

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  1. 31 August, 06:30
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    The answer is connective tissue.

    Explanation:

    Connective tissue has many classifications but its main purpose is to "connect" one organ to another, no matter the distance.

    To be able to identify a connective tissue, it must be of the following:

    Found mixed and dispersed in the extracellular fluid Contains ground substance, usually composed of cells, proteoglycans and GAGs. Presence of fibers, tightly or loosely packed. Though not all have fibers like blood and adipose tissue, they are still joined together by a matrix of collagenous fibers or plasma matrix, respectively. These fibers run in parallel to each other or haphazardly arranged. They are mesenchyme-derived tissues. No lumen seen.
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