Their color is cloudy gray or grayish red, with white bands of connective tissue radiating from the center.
There is no connective tissue to be seen and no existing, or recent, fracture.
This tissue bears no resemblance whatever to any form of connective tissue, either fatty or otherwise.
On the appearance of cells in the test the latter must be regarded as a form, though a very abnormal one, of connective tissue.
They were situated in the connective tissue beneath the skin and in the muscles, except one, which was attached to the dura mater.
In Chimra there is a well developed iliac process, but the pubic parts of the girdle are only united by connective tissue.
The burned bone needs something to hold it together—a connective tissue.
The connective tissue layers become first formed, while of the muscular layers the circular is the first to make its appearance.
Some have their origin in the hepatic cells, others in the connective tissue, and others still in the vessels.
Coincidently with their differentiation the connective tissue stratum of the peritoneum becomes established.
connective tissue con·nec·tive tissue (kə-něk'tĭv)
The supporting or framework tissue of the body, arising chiefly from the embryonic mesoderm and including collagenous, elastic and reticular fibers, adipose tissue, cartilage, and bone. Also called interstitial tissue.