Tissue that is made up of fibers.
Tough connective tissue.
tissue consisting of or containing fibers in both animals and plants
connective tissue repair of wounds with tissue that can proliferate under conditions of ischemia and altered pH
Although most connective tissue has fibrillar elements, the term usually refers to tissue laid down at a wound site, forming a scar. Excessive contraction and hyperplasia leads to formation of a keloid.
Tissue that holds bones, muscles and other organs in place.