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Skeletal System

Process by which Cartilage becomes bone Intracartilagenous Ossification
Ossification The process by which bones are formed
Two parts of the Skeletal System The Appendiculur skeleton and the Axial skeleton
Epiphysis The extremities or ends of the bone
Metaphysis The region in a mature bone where the Diaphysis meets the Epiphysis
Diaphysis The shaft or long main portion of the bone
Medullary cavity The space within the Diaphysis which contains Bone Marrow
Endosteum A layer of Osteoblasis - the cells responsible for forming new bone tissue within the Medullary cavity
Periosteum A dense white fibrous covering around the surface of the bone apart from areas covered by articular cartilage
Articular Cartilage Athin layer of Hyaline Cartilage
Types of Bones Long,flat , short , regular , sesamoid
Created by: aant