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Bolvin-AnatomyCh7pt1

Review of bone related material

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division of the skeleton that includes the head, spinal column and the ribs axial
word for the red blood cell making ability some bones have hematopiesis
division of the skeleton that includes the pelvic and pectoral girdles and the limbs attached to them appendicular
process of making bone ossification
bone making cells osteoblasts
type of bone typically found in the diaphyses of long bones compact
bone destroying cells osteoclasts
type of bone typically found in the epiphyses of long bones, its usually covered with a more solid type of bone spongy
cartilage that covers the ends of bones that reduce friction and wear on the bones articular
the femur is an example of one long bone
region of the bone found in individuals that are still growing, site of active manufacture of hyaline cartilage epiphyseal plate
central open space found in the middle of the long bones, contains red marrow in youths but yellow marrow in adults medullary cavity
structures that attach the periosteum to the bone beneath sharpey's fibers
lining of the medullary cavity endosteum
region in adult bone where hyaline cartilage used to be made to allow the bone to grow, in adults the hyaline cartilage is replaced by osseous tissue epiphyseal line
little well like structures that osteocytes sit in lacunae
made up of a central canal and the associated concentric rings of ostecytes that surround it, named for the scientist who discovered it Haversian system
concentric rings of osteocytes and their associated canals that radiate out from the main central canal lamellae
large hole in a bone foramen
ends of long bones epiphysis
armlike bar of bone ramus
tubelike passageway in a bone meatus
the shaft of the bone diaphysis
outer covering of bone periosteum
rounded process that articulates with another bone condyle
Created by: abolvin