Z331 Fall 2010 Week 4 Lecture 1 Introduction Posted

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Week 4: Lecture 1: Chapter  6 –   The Skeletal System:  Bone Tissue: Introduction  to Bone Development
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Bone Development Human bones grow until about  age 25 Osteogenesis:  bone formation Ossification:  the process of replacing  other tissues with bone Calcification: The process of  depositing calcium salts  Occurs during bone  ossification and in other  tissues Marieb,  6 th  ed.,  fig. 6– 16, 196 Figure 6–4, 186
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Ossification 1. endochondral ossification (lab – chondrocranium) endo- = inside, chondro- = cartilage Figure 6–4, 186 Figure 4-14, 127 Figure 4-9, 121 Figure 6-17, 201 1. intramembranous ossification Intra-, within
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Mesenchyme Mostly derived from mesodern Some can be derived from ectoderm  in the head region (will make some  bones of skull   most of chondro-,  all of splanchno-, some of  dermatocranium) Embryonic tissue
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