A synovial membrane is a layer of soft connective tissue that lines tendon sheaths, movable joints, and bursae, the fluid-filled sacs between tendons and bone, explains Arthritis-health.com and PubMed Health. Its functio... More »

The function of synovial fluid is to lubricate the joints and to act as a medium for nutrients to maintain the cartilage. The cells that maintain the cartilage have no blood, nerves or lymphatic ducts connected to them, ... More »

Hyaline cartilage tissue reduces friction at joints, supports bronchial and tracheal tubes, and acts as a shock absorber between vertebrae. It also maintains the shape and the flexibility of fleshy appendages. More »

The synovial membrane (or synovium) is a thin connective tissue that lines the joint, tendon sheaths and bursae to enclose a cavity within the knee joint called the synovial cavity. The synovial membrane regulates substa... More »

The sarcoplasm involves a plasma membrane and an outer layer of thin collagen fibrils and a polysaccharide substance. These are present in striated muscle fibers. More »

The differences in the myelination processes of the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system are the structures that generate the myelin sheaths. The sheaths are formed by oligodendrocytes in the CNS and ... More »

Dense regular connective tissue is comprised of collagen fibers. The collagen fibers are densely packed together and arranged in a parallel manner. Dense regular connective tissue is found throughout the human body. More »