'hat is the difference between elastic connective tissue and elastic cartilage? O elastic tissue is found in tendons while elastic cartilage is found in epiglottis O elastic tissue is a dense connective tissue while elastic cartilage is a supportive connective tissue O elastic tissue is elastic while elastic cartilage is not elastic O elastic tissue contain elastic fibers while elastic cartilage does not contain elastic fibers

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'hat is the difference between elastic connective tissue and elastic cartilage?
O elastic tissue is found in tendons while elastic cartilage is found in epiglottis
O elastic tissue is a dense connective tissue while elastic cartilage is a supportive connective tissue
O elastic tissue is elastic while elastic cartilage is not elastic
O elastic tissue contain elastic fibers while elastic cartilage does not contain elastic fibers
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'hat is the difference between elastic connective tissue and elastic cartilage? O elastic tissue is found in tendons while elastic cartilage is found in epiglottis O elastic tissue is a dense connective tissue while elastic cartilage is a supportive connective tissue O elastic tissue is elastic while elastic cartilage is not elastic O elastic tissue contain elastic fibers while elastic cartilage does not contain elastic fibers

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