Fibrocartilage b meniscus in a knee joint 7 hyaline c

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fibrocartilage (b) meniscus in a knee joint 7. hyaline (c) connects the ribs to the sternum 8. fibrocartilage (b) most effective at resisting compression 9. elastic (a) most springy and flexible 10. hyaline (c) most abundant A is Fossa B is Spinous Process What differences between compact and spongy bone can be seen with the naked eye? ) Answer below: Compact bone appears homogeneous; spongy bone has obvious spaces.
What is the function of the periosteum? Answer below: The periosteum protects the bone and is the structure from which blood vessels and nerves enter bone. It provides an attachment site for tendons and ligaments and supplies osteoblasts for new bone.
How does the appearance of the chondrocytes in the transformation zone differ from those in the growth zone? Answer below:

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