5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Haversian Canal
- Red Marrow
- Appositional Growth
- a The cells in the type of bone are located in rings of bone tissue around the central
- b increasing in bone thickness
- c Hairlike canals that connect lacunae to each other and the central canal.
- d Is found at the end of the long bones, also manufactures blood cells
- e means "between"
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Provides support, flexibility, and resilience. Is present in: Articular, Costal, Respiratory, and Nasal
- Contains no blood vessels or nerves. Three types- hyaline, elastic, and fibrocartilage.
- means "cartilage"
- produced by Thyroid glad; stimulates osteoblasts to build bone
- produced by Parathyroid glands; stimulates osteoclasts
5 True/False Questions
Collagen → Longer than they are wide (e.x., Humerus); Consist of a Diaphysis and an Epiphysis
Intersitial Growth → increasing in bone thickness
Macroscopic Structures → Regions that can be seen with the eye (e.x., medullary canal)
Medullary → Weight bearing, column-like matrix tubes composed mainly of collagen.
Osteoclasts → Are responsible for the process of resorption, which is the breakdown of the bone tissue