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Column 1 osteoclasts column 2 large cells derived

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Column 1: osteoclasts Column 2: large cells derived from monocytes Answer: large cells derived from monocytes Topic: HISTOLOGY OF BONE TISSUE Match the features of bone in Column 1 with the corresponding descriptive phrases in Column 2. 59) Column 1: red marrow Column 2: located in spaces between trabeculae Answer: located in spaces between trabeculae 8
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Topic: HISTOLOGY OF BONE TISSUE 60) Column 1: canaliculi Column 2: allow movement of nutrients between osteocytes Answer: allow movement of nutrients between osteocytes Topic: HISTOLOGY OF BONE TISSUE 61) Column 1: medullary cavity Column 2: region of bone that contains yellow marrow Foil: region of bone that contains red marrow Answer: region of bone that contains yellow marrow Topic: HISTOLOGY OF BONE TISSUE 62) Column 1: perforating canals Column 2: allow blood vessels and nerves to penetrate compact bone tissue Answer: allow blood vessels and nerves to penetrate compact bone tissue Topic: HISTOLOGY OF BONE TISSUE 63) Column 1: osteon Column 2: structural unit of compact bone Answer: structural unit of compact bone Topic: HISTOLOGY OF BONE TISSUE 64) Column 1: lamella Column 2: a ring of matrix Foil: thin plate of bone in spongy bone Answer: a ring of matrix Topic: HISTOLOGY OF BONE TISSUE 65) Column 1: metaphysis Column 2: in a young bone, this region is the site of growth in length Answer: in a young bone, this region is the site of growth in length Topic: HISTOLOGY OF BONE TISSUE 66) Column 1: periosteum Column 2: essential for growth in diameter of a long bone Answer: essential for growth in diameter of a long bone Topic: HISTOLOGY OF BONE TISSUE 67-70 Match the following statements with the correct bone tissue component: A) Osteoblasts B) Osteoclasts C) Osteocytes D) Inorganic hydroxyapatites E) Collagen 67) Arranged in various orientations within the lamellae thereby providing strength to resist torsion (or twisting forces). Answer: E Topic: HISTOLOGY OF BONE TISSUE 9
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68) Canaliculi allow nutrients to diffuse to these mature bone cells located within lacunae of the osteon. Answer: C Topic: HISTOLOGY OF BONE TISSUE 69) Deposition of this matrix component is partially dependent upon the presence of vitamin D produced in the epidermis. Answer: D Topic: HISTOLOGY OF BONE TISSUE 70) Activity of these cells is responsible for the remodeling of the bony callus as the final step in fracture repair. Answer: B Topic: HISTOLOGY OF BONE TISSUE 10
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