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Tissue the Living Fabric: BONE

Tissue the Living Fabric: BONE

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05/10/2014

 
 BONE
Bone is a solid, rigid and strong Connective tissue. Tissue of bone isknown as
Osseus tissue
made up of 
Osteocytes cells
. Covering of bones is called
Periosteum.
Study of bones is known as osteology andthe matrix of the bone is known as
ossein.
Osteocytes are also knownas
osteoblast
The matrix of bones is heavily deposited with appetitesalt of Ca and phosphorous and chiefly a protein called ossein. Thebones has centrally a protein called ossein. The bones has centrallyplaced soft part called
bone marrow.
Flat irregular spaces occur in thesolid matrix called
Lacuna
Each lacuna has a flat bone cell which hasa irregular shape and a long cytoplasmic process. This processesextend minute canals called These canaliculi radiate from lacuna theinnermost soft layer of the bones is bone marrow which is of twotypes1 Red bone marrow.2. Yellow bone marrow.
1. Red bone marrow
is specialized for synthesis of RBC and
granular white corpusles
Formation of Blood is known asHaemopoiesis.
Red bone marrow occurs through out theskeletal of the embryonic stage
(or)
Foetal stage
withdevelopment of the age Red bone marrow is restricted to humor,Femur, top Vertebra etc.
Cranial
bones under go
gelatinization

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