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Connective Tissue , Human The connective tissues are a heterogeneous group of tissues derived from the mesenchyme , a meshwork of stellate cells that develop in the middle layer of the early embryo . They have the general function of ...
Its physical consistency also constitutes a barrier to the spread of particulates introduced into the tissues . ... The cells of connective tissue include three types that are relatively stationary , fibroblasts , macrophages , and ...
It is a living , actively metabolizing tissue , constantly being renewed . ... Additional information on connective tissues may be found in W. BLOOM and D.W. FAWCETT , Textbook of Histology , 9th ed . , ch . 10 , pp . 131–164 , and ch .
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