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Bone PhysiologyAnatomy and Physiology I
ObjectivesDefine the functions of the skeletal systemCompare and contrast the two types of bone formationIdentify and describe the importance of the epiphyseal platesCompare and contrast the factors that influence bone (matrix)homeostasisCompare and contrast the actions of calcitonin andparathyroid hormoneDefine the terms: Osteopenia and osteoporosisList and define the steps involved in bone repair08/19/20192
Skeletal System: FunctionsSupportProtectionMovementMineral storageHematopoiesisTriglyceride storage08/19/20193
Skeletal System:Overview08/19/20194Bone tissue is a dynamic tissue full of cellsExtracellular matrix continually remodels itself andinteracts with other organ systemsComposed of:BonesCartilageLigamentsJoints
Bone Formation: OverviewOssification or OsteogenesisFormation of boneTwo methodsIntramembranous ossificationEndochondral ossification08/19/20195
Intramembranous OssificationProduces the flat bones of the skull and part of theclavicleCompact and spongy bone develop directly fromsheets of fibrous connective tissueNo cartilage is needed for this process08/19/20196
Intramembranous Ossification08/19/20197
Endochondral OssificationThis process involves a cartilage bone template that

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