Bio 130 chpt 6

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Bio 130 chpt 6
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  1. what feature of the long bone consists largely of spongy bone
    epiphysis
  2. what feature of the long bone has an outer covering of compact bone
    epiphysis
  3. what bone is a network of struts and plates
    spongy bone
  4. what bone resists forces from various direction and directs the body weight to diaphysis and joints
    spongy bone
  5. what bone is the strong, organized bone
    compact bone
  6. what long bone feature covers portions of epiphysis that form articulations
    articular cartilage
  7. what long bone feature is avascular and receives resources from synovial fluid
    articular cartilage
  8. what feature of the long bone connects epiphysis to shaft
    metaphysis
  9. what long bone feature is the shaft
    diaphysis
  10. what is the feature in the diaphysis that is a marrow cavity
    medullary cavity
  11. what are the two types of marrow
    red and yellow
  12. what long bone structure has growth and maintenance that requires extensive blood supply
    bone vasculature
  13. what vascular feature is commonly one in each bone
    nutrient artery/vein
  14. what vascular feature is a tunnel providing access to marrow cavity supply
    nutrient foramen
  15. what vascular feature supplies osteoons of compact bone with blood
    nutrient artery/vein
  16. what vascular feature carries blood to and from metaphysis
    metaphyseal artery/vein
  17. what vascular feature connects to epiphyseal arteries/veins
    metaphyseal artery/vein
  18. what feature of long bone has smaller blood vessels (supply superficial osteons)
    periosteum
  19. what feature of the long bone has lymphatic vessels (collect lymph from bone and osteons)
    periosteum
  20. what feature of the long bone has sensory nerves (innervate diaphysis, medullary cavity, and epiphysis)
    periosteum
  21. what are the four bone cell types
    osteocytes, osteoblasts, osteoclasts, and osteoprogenitor
  22. what bone cell are mature bone cells that cannot divide
    osteocytes
  23. what bone cell are the most numerous
    osteocytes
  24. what bone cell maintains protein and mineral content of adjacent matrix
    osteocytes
  25. what bone cell occupy lacunae (pocket)
    osteocytes
  26. what bone cell produces new bony matrix, ossification
    osteoblasts
  27. what bone cell become osteocytes once surrounded by bony matrix
    osteoblasts
  28. what bone cell is mesenchymal cells that produce cells that differentiate into osteoblasts
    osteoprogenitor
  29. what bone cell is important in fracture repair
    osteoprogenitor
  30. what bone cell is located in the inner lining of periosteum, lining endosteum in medullary cavity, and lining passageways containing blood vessels
    osteoprogenitor
  31. what bone cell remove and remodel bone matrix
    osteoclasts
  32. what bone cell are giant cells with 50+ nuclei
    osteoclasts
  33. what bone cell release acids and protrolytic enzymes to dissolve matrix and release stored minerals
    osteoclasts
  34. what is another name for bone cell
    osteocytes
  35. what is another name for bone precursor
    osteoblasts
  36. what is another name for bone ancestor
    osteoprogrnitor
  37. what is another name for bone break
    osteoclasts
  38. what bone tissue is made up of collagen fibers that account for 1/3 of bone weight and provide flexability
    bone matrix
  39. what bone tissue has calcium phosphate that accounts for 2/3 bone weight
    bone matrix

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