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Anatomy & Physiology

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Kelly A. Young + 9 others
Publisher: OpenStax College
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Anatomy & Physiology

1st Edition
Kelly A. Young + 9 others
Publisher: OpenStax College
ISBN: 9781938168130

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Chapter 4, Problem 16RQ
Textbook Problem

Connective tissue is made of which three essential components?

  1. cells, ground substance, and carbohydrate fibers
  2. cells, ground substance, and protein fibers
  3. collagen, ground substance, and protein fibers
  4. matrix, ground substance, and fluid

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Chapter 4 Solutions

Anatomy & Physiology
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