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Bone FormationTo complete this worksheet, select: Module: Support and Movement Activity: Animations Title: Bone FormationComplete the following worksheet and add it to yournotes.Interactions: Support & Movement CD/Contents/Skeletal System/Animations/Bone Formation1.Define ossification. The process in which bone tissue replacesembryonic connective tissue to form the skeleton.2.Where does intramembranous ossification occur? Intramembranousossification occurs in many bones of the skull and clavicles.3.Explain how ossification centers form during intramembranousossification. Include each of the following:A. Mesenchymal cells – Mesenchymal cells change intoosteogenic cells and then osteoblasts in ossificationcenters. B. Osteogenic cells– Mesenchymal cells change intoosteogenic cells, which then give rise to bone cells.C. Osteoblasts– Osteoblasts secrete osteoid and becomeosteocytes.D. Osteoid(bone matrix) – Osteoid is uncalcified material secreted by the osteoblasts.
4.How do trabeculae form which leads to spongy boneformation?