Connective tissue and its types, Biology

CONNECTIVE TISSUE

  • Connective tissues are formed by the mesoderm of the embryo.
  • Three components are present in the connective tissues-

(i) intercellular medium (ii) connective tissue cells (iii) fibres

TYPES OF CONNECTIVE TISSUES -

The connective tissue can be divided into the following three main groups, which are further divisible into a number of types.

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