Figure 116

Elastic Connective Tissue Extracellular elastic fibers running parallel in a plane. Structure permits tissue elasticity and recoil. From aorta. (X100)

Elastic fiber

Elastic fiber

Temporalis Connective Tissue

Figure 1-17

Reticular Connective Tissue Mesh of reticular fibers appears as dark lines; provides scaffold for cellular organization of this lymph node. (X250)

Fibroblast

Reticular fiber

Figure 1-17

Reticular Connective Tissue Mesh of reticular fibers appears as dark lines; provides scaffold for cellular organization of this lymph node. (X250)

Fibroblast

Reticular fiber

Reticular Fibers

Figure 1-18

Loose (Areolar) Connective Tissue Pink bands of collagen fibers run in all directions through intercellular spaces of subcutaneous tissue, which permit flexible resistance to mechanical stress. (X100)

Nucleus of fibroblast Elastic fiber

Collagen fibers

Figure 1-18

Loose (Areolar) Connective Tissue Pink bands of collagen fibers run in all directions through intercellular spaces of subcutaneous tissue, which permit flexible resistance to mechanical stress. (X100)

Nucleus of fibroblast Elastic fiber

Collagen fibers

Areolar Subcutaneous

Histology

Temporal Bone Histology

Figure 1-19

Dense Regular Connective Tissue Bands of collagen fibers running in regular, parallel rows resist mechanical stress mainly along course of fibers. Monkey tendon. (X250)

Collagen fibers Nucleus of fibroblast

Figure 1-19

Dense Regular Connective Tissue Bands of collagen fibers running in regular, parallel rows resist mechanical stress mainly along course of fibers. Monkey tendon. (X250)

Collagen fibers Nucleus of fibroblast

Dense Elastic Connective Tissue

Figure 1-20

Dense Irregular Connective Tissue Bands of collagen running in irregular rows give multidirectional tensile strength. Collagen-secreting fibroblasts appear throughout. (X100)

Nuclei of fibroblasts Collagen fibers

Figure 1-20

Dense Irregular Connective Tissue Bands of collagen running in irregular rows give multidirectional tensile strength. Collagen-secreting fibroblasts appear throughout. (X100)

Nuclei of fibroblasts Collagen fibers

Parenchyma Polyhedral

Figure 1-21

Adipose Tissue Large, polyhedral vacuoles dominate small, eccentrically located cell nuclei of adipocytes. Fine capillaries run through tissue. (X100)

Vacuole Nucleus Capillary

Figure 1-21

Adipose Tissue Large, polyhedral vacuoles dominate small, eccentrically located cell nuclei of adipocytes. Fine capillaries run through tissue. (X100)

Vacuole Nucleus Capillary

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