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Histology questions

Post by DavidLL » Sun Jun 25, 2017 10:51 pm

What is the difference between connective tissue proper and cartilage tissue?
The connective tissues proper is comprised of fibrocyte, ground substance of GAG, proteoglycan, glycoproteins, and primarily collagen fibers. Cartilages contain chondrocytes, which is a type of fibrocyte, and also includes GAG, proteoglycan, glycoproteins. And also of collegen fibers. What is the essential difference between them? I don’t understand

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