Bio 130 chpt 6

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Bio 130 chpt 6
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  1. what bone has a functional unit of osteon
    compact
  2. what bone has organized concentric lamellae around a central canal
    compact
  3. what bone has osteocytes that lie between layers and central canal that contains small blood vessles
    compact
  4. what bone has canaliculi that connects lacunae with each other and central canal
    compact
  5. what bone is strong along its length
    compact
  6. what bone is located where bones not heavily stressed or in many directions
    spongy
  7. what bone has lamellae form struts and plates creating an open network
    spongy
  8. what bone reduces weight of skeleton and has no blood vessels in matrix
    spongy
  9. what bone has nutrients reach osteons through canaliculi open to trabeculae surfaces
    spongy
  10. what are three typical long bong features
    periosteum, compact bone, and spongybone
  11. what is the long bone feature that is the outermost layer
    periosteum
  12. what is the long bone feature that is the outer bone tissue layer
    compact
  13. what is the long bone feature this is the innermost layer
    spongy
  14. what feature of the compact bone is on outer and inner surfaces of compact bone layer
    circumferential lamellae
  15. what feature of the compact bone fills spaces between osteons
    interstitial lamellae
  16. what feature of the compact bone contains central canals (parallel) , and connected by perforating canals (perpendicular)
    osteons
  17. what increases bone diameter of existing bones and does not form original bone
    appositional growth
  18. what has osteoprogenitor cells that differentiate into osteblasts that add bone matrix under periosteum
    appositional growth
  19. what is the deeper lamallae recycled and replaced by osteons
    appositional growth
  20. what has osteoclasts remove matrix at inner surface to enlarge medullary cavity
    appositional growth
  21. what are the three main parts of appositional growth
    periosteum, perforating fibers, endosteum
  22. what are the two layers of the periosteum
    fibrous outer layer and inner cellular layer
  23. what has the function of isolating bone from surrounding tissues
    periosteum
  24. what has the function to route for blood and nervous supply
    periostum
  25. what has the function that actively participate in bone growth and repair
    periosteum
  26. what is created by osteoblasts in periosteum cellular layer
    perforating fibers
  27. what strongly connects tendons, ligaments, and joint capsules to bone through periosteum
    perforating fibers
  28. what has incompete cellular layer lining medullary cavity
    endosteum
  29. what covers spongy bone and lines central canals
    endosteum
  30. what consists of simple layer of osteoprogenitor cells
    endosteum
  31. what is where incomplete, osteoclasts and blasts remodel matrix
    endosteum

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