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where are osteoblasts + osteoclasts

surface of bones

vitamin C

growth and repair

vitamin D

calcium + bone growth

main mineral in bone matrix

hydroxyapatite

intervertebral discs

bw adjacent vertebrae


fibrocartilage joint hold together

hydroxypatites

-calcium phosphate


-bind with vitamin d


diploe


plates sanwhiched bw connective tissue


(no space)

function of skeletal system

cell formation (hemotopoiesis)


fat storage


hormone (osteocalcin)


movement


mineral storage


protection


support


canaliculi

hairlike canals that connect lacunae

endochondral

bone forming by replacing cartilage

intramembrane

develops fibrous membrane, flat bones, clavicles, cranial bones.

role of estrogen

growth spurts


end growth by epiphyseal plate

epiphyseal plate

bone lenghening


epiphysis + diaphysis fuses

functions of collegen

matrix protiens, forms cartilage, skin, tendons

functions of parathyroid hormone (PTH)

takes calcium from bone + into the blood

stages of fracture repair

1.hemotoma


2.soft calus


3.bony callus forms


4.remodeling

intramembrane
fibrous membrane in flat bones, clavicles, cranial bones.
parathyroid hormone (PTH)
takes calcium from bone + into the blood
osteocytes
mature bone cells
osteoclasts
cell that absorbs bone tissue during growth and healing.
osteoblast
a cell from which bone develops