Protein and Dense Connective Tissue

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proteins, proteoglycans) and tissue fluid.
7.What are the 8 main types of connective tissue? Briefly describe each. Loose Connective Tissue- includes areolar tissue, reticular tissue, and adipose tissue. Connective Tissue Macrophages- Useful by ingesting or phagocytizing foreign matter and bacteria. Adipose Tissue- tissue composed of mostly fat cells. Dense Connective Tissue- Has a lot of fibrous tissue and less tissue fluid and cells. Irregularly Arranged Dense C.T- usually occurs in the form of sheets or membranes. Regularly Arranged Dense C.T- stains pink and wavy. Dense elastic tissue- has a lot of elastic fibers. Reticular connective tissue- consists of one or more types of very thin collagen fibers 8.Order the types of connective tissue from most rigid to softest. Be sure that you understand why? 9.Describe the 3 types of cartilage? Which is the most abundant? 10.Differentiate between the 3 types of muscle tissue.

11.What are the basic steps of tissue repair?
12.What is the composition of DNA?
13.How are nucleotides paired in DNA? What is different with RNA? 14.Explain the process of DNA replication and when it occurs. 15.What specifies that amino acid sequence of a protein?
16.What is RNA? How are the 3 types different in function? 17.How are triplet codes, codons, and amino acids related?