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3 Collagen types: ______forming collagens (with the help of another, forms the 'lattice')
Viscoelasticity: Sudden application of strain induces a stress that decreases with time
3 Collagen types: ______associated collagens (with the help of another, forms the 'lattice')
Stress-strain relationship does not depend on alignment
3 components of Connective Tissues (in alphabetical order)
Provides viscous elemnt of RBCS
Protein secretes matrix (collagen, elastin)
Provides elastic/flexible element of RBCs
Extrinsic Factors of Tendons/Ligaments (1):
Constitutive Behaviors of Materials (in order of LEHI)
Rank tendons, ligaments, and skin in terms of organization (most to least)
Structure of: 3 alpha chains in helix to 5 tropocollagens to microfibrils to fibrils
Constitutive Behavior of Material: Linear/non-linear stress-strain relationship
Solution in which WBC is 80% wrinkled
Solution in which WBC is 100% wrinkled
Provides shell theory aspect of RBCS
Ranks tendons, ligaments, and skin in terms of load bearing (most to least)
A fast young's modulus yields a what in friction (increase or decrease)
Dominant protein in WBC
Membrane aspect of WBC
Intrinsic Factors of Tendons/Ligaments (2 in alphabetical order):
3 Collagen types: ______forming collagens (major component of tendons & ligaments
Viscoelasticity: Sudden application of stress causes a deformation that increases with time
Constitutive Behavior of Material: It does/does not dissipate energy as its loaded
Constitutive Behavior of Material: Behavior does/does not depend on alignment
Structure of: 3 alpha chains to rods to cross-linked to coil
Viscoelasticity: Stress-strain curve is different for loading and unloading
Constitutive Behavior of Material: Stress-strain behavior is independent/dependent of position
Viscoelastic Models in order of complexity (least to greatest)
Stress-strain relationship does depend on alignment
Solution in which WBC is swollen
Protein important in extensibility of connective tissue (ligaments and tendons)
Proteins important for lubrication and spacing
Compound that disrupts F-actin

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