1. What differentiates fibrocartilage from hyaline cartilage?
- More proteoglycans, less collagen fibres
- Less proteoglycans, more collagen fibres
- More elastin fibres
- More cartilage
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2. What is cartilage an example of?
- Skeletal connective tissue
- Areolar tissue
- Extracellular matrix component
- Fibrous connective tissue
3. What is found in the matrix of cartilage?
- Hyaluronic acid, Type II collagen, Glycosaminoglycans, Water
- Type II collagen, Proteoglycans, Water, Hyaluronic acid
- Type I collagen, Proteoglycans, Water
- Glycosaminoglycans, Proteoglycans, Type II collagen, Water, Hyaluronic acid
4. What are the components of Connective Tissue Proper ground substance?
- Proteoglycans, Glycosaminoglycans and Cartilage
- Proteoglycans, Glycosaminoglycans and Elastin and Collagen fibres
- Fibroblasts, Elastin and Collagen fibres
- Proteins, Glycosaminoglycans and Collagen fibres
5. Where is Type I collagen found?
- Tendons, bones, fibrocartilage and scar tissue
- Hyaline cartilage, fibrocartilage
- Hyaline cartilage only
- Tendons and bones