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Yet, their training, especially in the beginning, is all skewed just towards muscular development and not connective tissue development.
The infection spreads along the fascia, which is the connective tissue around your muscles, nerves, and blood vessels.
The edibles tout all the same benefits of old stand-by cosmetics containing collagen—which is an abundant structural protein in the body, found in connective tissue.
Starting with relatively simple shapes like pyramids, the team soon moved on to structure that imitated parts of muscle tissue and muscle-skeleton connective tissues.
Still, heavy metals including lead can be retained in animals’ bone and connective tissues, Dr. Moyad says.
This is a team that has many of the most important pieces accounted for but little of the connective tissue.
When taken as a whole, the MCU's connective tissue by way of the Infinity Stones isn’t all suitably explained.
Most places have to double up on their corn tortillas for a taco because the connective tissue can’t handle the weight of the meat and toppings as well as their flour counterparts.
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CONNECTIVE TISSUE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of connective tissue for English Language Learners
medical : the parts of the body (such as ligaments, tendons, and cartilage) that support and hold together the other parts of the body (such as muscles, organs, and bones)
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