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1.What components of real bone tissue did you include in your bone model? (Please refer to the bone composition and repair video and bone cell chart of the lesson.) I included various bone tissue such as the periosteum, skin, and blood vessels. The periosteum is a thin and fragile membrane that serves as protection as well as a channel for the blood supply as well as nutrients for bone tissue. The skin is one of the organs in your body as well as the first defense. It consists of two layers- dermis and epidermis. The skin serves for protection, regulation, and sensation. The blood vessels help transports blood throughout the body. The periosteum was the paper attached to the back of the duct tape that was wrapped around the structure. The skin was the actual duct tape and the blood vessels were the pink channel wires. 2. What components of real bone tissue did you have trouble including in your bone model? Why?
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