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The Human Respiratory System

The Human Respiratory System

The Human Respiratory System. Thursday May 19, 2011. Inhalation – breathing in, then where? Upper Respiratory Tract. Why does it usually take place through the nose? Nose – opening at the base of the nose (nostrils) Lined with: Nose hairs = filters dust from air

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CARTILAGE

CARTILAGE

CARTILAGE. Hard connective tissue, next to bone and teeth Made up of cells, fibers and jell like matrix . FEATURES :- Translucent, firm, and elastic It can be compressible It can with stand considerable pressure, pull and torsion. CARTILAGE. STRUCTURE (HISTOLOGY) :-

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Cartilage

Cartilage

Cartilage. Specialised Connective Tissue. Types. Hyaline (glassy) Elastic Fibrous. Hyaline Cartilage. Most common Nostrils, larynx, costal and joints Components Matrix Amorphous ground substance Fibres Collagen Jelly-like Cells Chondrocytes. Hyaline Cartilage. Chondrocytes

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Cartilage

Cartilage

Cartilage. Dr. PARDEEP KUMAR. CARTILAGE  It is a specialized form of connective tissue consists of cells, fibres & ground substance. The cells are embedded in the intercellular matrix  Origin - Mesenchymal in origin. Cartilage. Embryo More prevalent than in adult

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Cartilage

Cartilage

Cartilage. Functions of Cartilage Tissue. Specialized CT in which the firm consistency of the extracellular matrix allows the tissue to bear mechanical stresses without permanent distortion Supports soft tissues. Shock-absorbing because it is resilient.

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CARTILAGE

CARTILAGE

CARTILAGE . Dr Iram Tassaduq. CARTILAGE . Cartilage is a type of connective tissue derived from mesenchyme, in which the ground substance is hardened and provides support. . CARTILAGE .

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Cartilage

Cartilage

Cartilage. Functions:. ◘ Support soft tissues (nose, ear, trachea). ◘ Shock-absorbing and sliding areas for joints, facilitate bone movements. ◘ E ssential for the d evelopment and growth of long bones. Structure. Cells: chondrocytes Extracellular matrix. Structure. fiber

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Cartilage

Cartilage

Cartilage. A non-vascular structural material found in various parts of the body. Forms most of the skeleton in infants. Replaced by bone through ossification during the maturing process. Temporary Cartilage – Cartilage which is naturally replaced by bone during ossification.

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CARTILAGE

CARTILAGE

CARTILAGE. By Dr Iram Tassaduq. CARTILAGE. Is a specialized type of connective tissue. Form part of skeleton where flexibility is required Does not contain vessels or nerves. . COMPONENTS OF CARTILAGE. Consists of cells and extracellular components. Does not contain vessels or nerves.

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Cartilage

Cartilage

Hyaline Cartilage. Flexible and resilientArticular cartilagesCostal cartilagesRespiratory cartilagesNasal cartilages. Elastic

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CARTILAGE

CARTILAGE

CARTILAGE. INTRODUCTION. It is a specialized connective tissue. Characteristics. Chondrocytes Located in lacunae Extensive extra-cellular matrix Fibers, Collagen, &elastic Ground substance Fibers bind together and give firm, flexible properties to tissue. Functions of Cartilage.

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