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Today Hank wraps up our look at Connective Tissues with a discussion of its various types and a breakdown of what you can and can't easily break down. Also chicken.
Table of Contents:
Loose and Dense Connective Tissue 2:10.4
Areolar, Adipose, Reticular, Tendons, Ligaments, Dense Irregular, and Dense Elastic Tissue 2:54.5
Three Cartilage Types, Spongy and Compact Bone Connective Tissue 5:29
Blood is a Connective Tissue Type 7:14.1
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