2 Articular surface Area where long bone articulates with another bone This

2 articular surface area where long bone articulates

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2. Articular surface – Area where long bone articulates with another bone. This surface is covered with hyaline cartilage called articular cartilage . 3. Diaphysis – Shaft of the long bone. Shaft wall is primarily composed of compact bone and surrounds a marrow cavity. 4. Marrow (medullary) cavity – Internal space that houses marrow. Location of blood cell development (red bone marrow) or fat storage (yellow bone marrow) 5. Metaphysis – This is the area between the epiphysis and diaphysis. 6. Periosteum – A vascularized, dense irregular connective tissue covering the outer bony surface, except the articular surface. It attaches to the bone via Sharpey’s fibers . (not in the picture). Tendons and ligaments attach to the periosteum. 7. Endosteum – A connective tissue that lines the marrow cavity and trabeculae of bones. 8. Nutrient foramen – Passage through bone which allows nutrient blood vessels to enter and nourish interior aspects of bone. 9. Epiphyseal line – The bony scar where the growth (epiphyseal) plate once was at the union between the epiphysis and diaphysis. 10. Compact bone - forms the walls and external surfaces of bones. 11. Spongy bone - forms the honey-comb internal structure of the bone.
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Foster P a ge | 11 6. MICROANATOMY OF EPITHELIAL TISSUE IDENTIFY the following types of epithelial tissue in the IDENTIFY the following epithelial tissue in the photos: simple chart: squamous, simple cuboidal, simple columnar, and stratified simple squamous, simple cuboidal, simple columnar, squamous pseudostratified columnar, stratified squamous, stratified cuboidal, stratified columnar, and transitional z Simple squamus Strat cuboidal Simp columnar transitional Simple cubodial Strat squamus Psuedostrat columnar
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Foster P a ge | 12 7. MICROANATOMY OF CONNECTIVE TISSUE Supporting Connective Tissue Cartilage What type of cartilage is this? _ What location in the body is this found? What fiber type is present in the matrix? Elastic collagen (circle) DRAW ARROWS AND LABEL the matrix, lacunae, and chondrocyte DRAW ARROWS AND LABEL the perichondrium . What type of cartilage is this? _ What location in the body is this found? What fiber type is prese nt in the matrix ? Elasti c colla gen (circl e) DRA W ARR OWS AND LABE L the matri x, lacun ae, and c h o n d r o c y
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Foster P a ge | 13 t e What of is _ location the this What fiber type is present in the matrix? Elastic collagen (circle) DRAW ARROWS AND LABEL the matrix, lacunae, and c h o n d r o c y t e
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Supporting Connective Tissue Bone IDENTIFY the type of bone. spongy compact (circle) DRAW ARROWS AND LABEL the osteon, central canal, osteocyte, and canaliculi . IDENTIFY the type of bone. spongy compact (circle) DRAW ARROWS AND LABEL the osteocyte, trabeculae, and bone marrow (with blood cells) . Does spongy bone have osteons? YES NO (circle) Does spongy bone have a central canal? YES NO (circle)
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8. MICROANATOMY OF DEVELOPING BONE IDENTIFY the following structures on this image of endochondral ossification of long bone.
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