What specific types of cells produce the normal microanatomy of the tissue

What specific types of cells produce the normal

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4. What specific types of cells produce the normal microanatomy of the tissue? Osteoblasts 5a. What is the significance of your great aunt's age and gender?   With ageing, bone mass decreases. Also she is past menopause affecting her bones even greater. 5b. What normally happens to the microanatomy of the specific tissue you identified as it ages? Bone mineral density is reduced, bone microarchitecture is interrupted, and the amount and kinds of non-collagenous proteins in bone are altered. 6. What age-related alterations in the activities of the cells you identified because this change in microanatomy? The increase activity in osteoclast. Which is caused by the decrease in estrogen. 7. What is the significance of your great aunt being a woman? Women already have less bone 8. What disease caused the abnormal anatomical symptoms and led to the fracture?
9. What aspects of the above description help you distinguish these two possibilities? Explain.

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