Definition Definition 1 - Lamellae rings 2 - Osteon 3 - Central (Haversian) canal 4 - Lacuna with osteocyte 5 -... 1 - Lamellae rings 2 - Osteon 3 - Central (Haversian) canal 4 - Lacuna with osteocyte 5 -... Compact bone: Decalcified rib These sections of Compact bone show the osteocytes in the lacunae and... Compact bone: Decalcified rib These sections of Compact bone show the osteocytes in the lacunae and... Human Compact bone Section Showing Haversian Systems Human Compact bone Section Showing Haversian Systems This image shows a model of Compact bone which contains functional units called osteons (Haversian... This image shows a model of Compact bone, which contains functional units called osteons (Haversian... Look at slide 22. This preparation demonstrates Compact bone with its Haversian systems and... Look at slide 22. This preparation demonstrates Compact bone with its Haversian systems and... Reflection on Compact bone An Anatomy of Strength Reflection on Compact bone An Anatomy of Strength Within the Haversian (central) canal 5. Haversian lamellae 1. Artery 6. Interstitial lamellae 2.... Within the Haversian (central) canal 5. Haversian lamellae 1. Artery 6. Interstitial lamellae 2.... View a second image of human Compact bone. The structural units of human Compact bone are osteons... View a second image of human Compact bone. The structural units of human Compact bone are osteons,... Compact bone: Decalcified rib These sections of Compact bone show the osteocytes in the lacunae and... Compact bone: Decalcified rib These sections of Compact bone show the osteocytes in the lacunae and... Large 1024×741 Download Tiff Original 2400×1737 (1.1 MB) Description Transverse section of compact... Large 1024×741 Download Tiff Original 2400×1737 | (1.1 MB) Description Transverse section of compact... Spongy bone Spongy bone Human blood Human blood Bones Bones Medium 640×463 Medium 640×463 Reflection on Osteoporitic Bone An Anatolmy of Loss Reflection on Osteoporitic Bone An Anatolmy of Loss Human blood Human blood The osteons' center is a hollow canal that acts as a central passageway for blood vessels and nerves... The osteons' center is a hollow canal that acts as a central passageway for blood vessels and nerves... Compact bone 400X Compact bone 400X 1.Lamella 2.Central Canal 3.Osteocyte 4.Canaliculus 5.Lacuna 1.Lamella 2.Central Canal 3.Osteocyte 4.Canaliculus 5.Lacuna Bones are major components of skeletal systems in nearly all vertebrate animals. There are 206 bones... Bones are major components of skeletal systems in nearly all vertebrate animals. There are 206 bones... Scott Marr’s work : hard-carved but their sound lost forever… Via boingboing Comment? Name... Scott Marr’s work : hard-carved, but their sound lost forever… Via boingboing Comment? Name... There are two types of bones. Compact bone is dense and hard on the outside and makes up most of the... There are two types of bones. Compact bone is dense and hard on the outside and makes up most of the... ©2006 Solunetti ©2006 Solunetti There are two types of bone tissue: compact and spongy. As the names suggest the two types differ... There are two types of bone tissue: compact and spongy. As the names suggest, the two types differ... Bone formation begins with a blastema (any aggregation of embryonic mesenchymal cells which will... Bone formation begins with a blastema (any aggregation of embryonic mesenchymal cells which will... Bone Tissue Bone Tissue Key to Figure 11: I = interstitial lamellae O = osteon V = Volkmann’s canal (Back to Histology of... Key to Figure 11: I = interstitial lamellae O = osteon V = Volkmann’s canal (Back to Histology of... • Scientific Image Library – over 4400 light microscopy and electron microscopy images of... • Scientific Image Library – over 4,400 light microscopy and electron microscopy images of... ...circles (lamellae) around blood vessels and nerves located in the central (Haversian) canal. ...circles (lamellae) around blood vessels and nerves located in the central (Haversian) canal.
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