Communication is necessary to effectively function, both inside an organization and when dealing with the outside world. Business communication can be both oral and written in nature.
Characteristic connective tissue cell types include both resident cells and immigrant or wandering cells.
Fibroblasts which secrete the fibers and ground substance of the extracellular matrix. Adipocytes which store fat. Macrophages which ingest and remove foreign material or damaged cells.
Fibroblasts are responsible for secreting collagen and other elements of the extracellular matrix of connective tissue. In microscopic appearance, fibroblasts lack obvious specialized features.
And fibroblasts throughout the body all appear similar to one another, wherever they occur in ordinary connective tissues. There is thus little about fibroblasts to attract the attention of an observer.
However, fibroblasts are essential for normal development and repairand recent research PLoS Genetics has shown that fibroblasts from different regions display extensively differentiated patterns of gene expression which may guide differentiated patterns of tissue organization, such as different types of skin and hair in different areas.
Indeed, the single cell type called "fibroblast" may properly represent many distinctly but invisibly different cell types, including "mesenchymal stem cells" which retain capacity to differentiate into other cell types see Science The name "fibroblast" is something of a misnomer, since most cells with "blast" in their name are embryonic precursor cells which subsequently differentiate into specialized cell types.
Fibroblasts are already a mature, differentiated cell type although some may have the capacity to differentiate into other mesenchymal cell types as well. Resting fibroblasts typically have so little cytoplasm that the cells commonly appear, by light microscopy, as "naked" nuclei.
Fibroblast nuclei appear dense heterochromatic and are usually flattened or spindle-shaped. The pink material in this thumbnail image is extracellular collagen. Fibroblasts are active during growth but are normally quiescent in the adult.
When active, fibroblasts are actively secretory, manufacturing the collagen and other components of the extracellular matrix of connective tissue. Active fibroblasts appear larger than resting ones, with more cytoplasm and with nuclei that are more euchromatic less densely stained.
Resting fibroblasts retain the ability to become active and to multiply when necessary, as during healing after injury. Scars are formed by fibroblast activity during tissue repair. The substance of the scar is collagen deposited by fibroblasts to replace damaged tissue.
For an image of scar formation, see WebPath. For recent research on fibroblast involvement in scar formation, see Science Humans have always been diverse in their cultural beliefs and practices. But as new technologies have led to the perception that our world has shrunk, and demographic and political changes have brought attention to cultural differences, people communicate across cultures more now than ever before.
Mass communication provides a way of interacting, distantly, with unknown audiences. It is the process of sharing experience in which a huge number of people are involved simultaneously, or almost so.
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Mass communication is a means of transmitting or relayinginformation with the use of mass media like newspapers, televisionsand radio by distributing information to a large gr oup of people.
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