ANAT 1507 Intramembranous Ossification Flow Chart

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Intramembranous Ossification: the SIMPLER and MORE DIRECT route of Bone Formation Key: Start: Rectangle= Product Oval=Step in formation Rounded square=Side note Tissue Hardens (Calcifies) Becomes a “backbone” in bone formation Differentiate into Become Occurs at center for ossification Osteoblasts Secrete Matrix Material Osteoblasts STOP Secreting Matrix Material BECOME Osteocytes Located in Lacunae Calcium & Salts
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Unformatted text preview: deposit in region Bone Matrix Forms & develops Trabeculae (many form) Fuse to create Lattice work of Spongy Bone Spaces fill with vascularized tissue & become Red Bone Marrow Osteoblasts become engulfed in Matrix Osteoblasts Osteoprogenetor Cells Mesenchymal Cells Mesenchymal Coating on spongy bone ecomes Periosteum Surface layer of spongy bone (under Periosteum) becomes Compact bone...
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