Define sutures Fontanels are spaces in the infant skull filled with dense

Define sutures fontanels are spaces in the infant

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Define sutures ? Define fontanels. What is the function of fontanels and sutures? Describe the formation of the cartilage model. Include each of the following:mesenchymal cellscells that secrete cartilage matrix to form the cartilage model. Describe the formation of the cartilage model. Include each of the following:
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Describe events during cartilage model formation. Include each of the following:nutrient artery penetration Describe events during cartilage model formation. Include each of the following:osteogenic cells and osteoblasts Describe events during cartilage model formation. Include each of the following:contrast the perichondrium and the periosteum1. Chondroblasts within the perichondrium secrete cartilage matrix causing growth of the cartilage model within the fetus.2. Two types of cartilage growth happen. Interstitial growth reinforces the cartilage model to develop lengthwise while appositional growth causes cartilage thickness at the periphery. Describe (step 2) growth of the cartilage model.
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4. Osteoblasts building spongy bone trabeculae as the osteoblasts release bone matrix, these fuse together to form trabeculae, which is the structural unit of spongy bone. Describe (step 4) primary ossification center formation. Describe events of (step 5) remodeling. Include each of the following:
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