Fibroblast, the principal active cell of connective tissue.
The category of connective unity helps accommodate and bring attention to the diversity of non-reductive accounts.
The connective tissue of muscle is composed mainly of collagen and elastin.
The major component of connective tissue, collagen, has a tough, rigid structure.
Connective tissue disease, any of the diseases that affect human connective tissue.
Skeletal muscles are divided from one another by a covering of connective tissue called the epimysium.
Let L be a language containing a unary connective ~ (negation) and a binary connective → (implication).
He briefly notes in “Adverbs of Quantification” that he didn't think the ‘if’ in Probably, if p, q is a binary connective.
Collagen is the principal connective-tissue protein, and collagen diseases are diseases of the connective tissues.
OI arises from a genetic defect that causes abnormal or reduced production of the protein collagen, a major component of connective tissue.
Connective tissue, group of tissues in the body that maintain the form of the body and its organs and provide cohesion and internal support.
One of the important functions of the connective-tissue cells is to maintain conditions in the extracellular spaces that favour this exchange.
The effects of heat on both connective tissue and myofibrillar proteins must be balanced in order to achieve maximum tenderness during cooking.
In chronic inflammations, the connective tissue contains fibroblasts, cells that divide and form new connective, or scar, tissue.
All forms of connective tissue are composed of (1) extracellular fibres, (2) an amorphous matrix called ground substance, and (3) stationary and migrating cells.
Connective syllogisms are characterized by a partial overlap or sharing between the premises (of a middle term or of a proposition discharged in the conclusion).
Primitive connective tissue soon lines the interior of the blastocyst wall, and this complex of trophoblast and connective tissue is then named the chorion.
The description presented thus far applies to the widely distributed loose areolar connective tissue, which is relatively unspecialized and can therefore be considered prototypic.
The most important heteropolysaccharides are found in the connective tissues of all animals and include a group of large molecules that vary in size, shape, and interaction with other body substances.
If there are no explicit parentheses to indicate the scope of a connective those which have precedence in the ranking are presumed to be the principal connective, and so on for subformulas.
- connecting or tending to connect
Example: connective remarks between chapters
- an uninflected function word that serves to conjoin words or phrases or clauses or sentences
- an instrumentality that connects
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