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Quiz 5-Cartilage/Ost

Cartilage & Osteology

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Which one of the following is not a cartilage? 1.Fibrocartilage, 2.Spongy Cartilage, 3.Hyaline Cartilage, 4.Elastic Cartilage Spongy Cartilage
What cartilage absorbs shock in the spine and knees? Fibrocartilage
What cartilage is smooth like glass? Hyaline Cartilage
What cartilage is bendable and in the ears? Elastic Cartilage
Why does cartilage have a difficult time healing? It is AVASCULAR... (No blood)
Why is cartilage considered a connective tissue? It has few cells/lots of extracellular matrix
Which of the following is responsible for tensile strength of the bone? (Osteoblast, Hydroxyapatite, Collagen or Osteoclast) Collagen
Osteoblast is responsible for? Laying down bone
Osteoclast is responsible for? Breaking down bone
Osteocyte is responsible for? Monitoring bone
Where is the red bone marrow located? SPONGY BONE
Where is the yellow bone marrow located? MEDULLARY CAVITY
What contains Osteoblast and wraps around the bone? PERIOSTEUM
What wraps around the medullary cavity? Compact bone
What wraps around the compact bone? Periosteum
What is on the edges of the bone of the top and bottom? Articular cartilage
Created by: Dianadivina1