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Types of Bone

Bone FormationAnswer
Mesenchyme where? embryonic connective tissue
Messenchyme def contains stem cells
osteogenesis or ossification mesenchymal cells provide template for bone formation
intramembranous ossification is the formation of bone directly from or within fibrous connective tissue membranes
endochondrial ossification the formation of bone from hyaline cartilage models
intramembranous ossification aka dermal ossification
intramembranous ossifaction locations frontal bone, parietal bones, occipital bone, temporal bones, mandible, clavicle
compact bone develops from spongy bone
endochondral ossification all other bones of the body except roofing bones of skull, mandible and clavicle
Created by: nurselauren