flexible connective tissue found in joints, fetal skeleton & lining of various parts of the body
Dying of bone tissue, absorbed? Where?
as bone tissue develops, some of it dies and is reabsorbed by osteoclasts (also known as bone phagocytes)
breast bone which extends down the middle of the chest
upper arm bone (long bone), attaches to the scapula and clavicle at top and the radius and ulna at the bottom
abnormal tone in tissues or muscle
depression in a bone
element in the formation of bone
u-shaped bone of the lower jawbone, contains sockets for teeth, only movable bone in the face.
contract and extend to provide body movement. Include voluntary (striated) muscles and involuntary (smooth or visceral) muscles.
type of bone operation