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

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