Definitions

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  • adjective (Physiol.) Containing or resembling collagen.

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  • adjective Of, pertaining to, or resembling collagen

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  • adjective relating to or consisting of collagen

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Examples

  • IF LAST YEAR'S CHRISTMAS ROAST wasn't a perfectly succulent specimen, chances are your cooking technique did not denature the meat's collagenous tissue while also avoiding excessive coagulation of the muscle proteins.

    Science Of The Season

  • Being flexible means you have a wide range of movement within your joints, so ligaments and other collagenous tissues are not so easily strained or torn.

    Escape Your Shape

  • • It raises both the general-body and the deep-muscle temperatures and stretches collagenous tissues, which permits greater flexibility.

    Escape Your Shape

  • Good flexibility increases your ability to avoid injury; since it permits a greater range of movement within your joints, the ligaments and other collagenous tissues are not so easily strained or torn.

    Hold it!

  • Warming up raises both the general body and the deep muscle temperatures and stretches collagenous tissues, which permits greater flexibility.

    Hold it!

  • Good flexibility increases your ability to avoid injury; since it permits a greater range of movement within your joints, the ligaments and other collagenous tissues are not so easily strained or torn.

    Hold it!

  • Warming up raises both the general body and the deep muscle temperatures and stretches collagenous tissues, which permits greater flexibility.

    Hold it!

  • Warming up raises both the general body and the deep muscle temperatures and stretches collagenous tissues, which permits greater flexibility.

    Hold it!

  • Good flexibility increases your ability to avoid injury; since it permits a greater range of movement within your joints, the ligaments and other collagenous tissues are not so easily strained or torn.

    Hold it!

  • Warming up raises both the general body and the deep muscle temperatures and stretches collagenous tissues, which permits greater flexibility.

    Hold it!

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