Internal structure of a human long bone with a magnified cross section of the interior. The central...
Internal structure of a human long bone, with a magnified cross section of the interior. The central...
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 -...
Human ground bone 162 x. Haversian canals: These are abundant and characteristic of compact bone....
Human, ground bone, 162 x. Haversian canals: These are abundant and characteristic of compact bone....
The osteon which is comprised of many layers of material is the principal structural unit of...
The osteon, which is comprised of many layers of material, is the principal structural unit of...
decalcified bone - top low power many Haversian canals and lacunae visible; bottom one complete...
decalcified bone - top low power many Haversian canals and lacunae visible; bottom one complete...
Locations
Locations
Premier Bone Structure Model Promoting an understanding of the skeleton at the tissue level...
Premier Bone Structure Model Promoting an understanding of the skeleton at the tissue level,...
Osteons which are also known as Haversian systems exist in both primary and secondary types....
Osteons, which are also known as Haversian systems, exist in both primary and secondary types....
Key to Figure 9: H = Haversian canal I = interstitial lamellae O = osteon V = Volkmann’s canal (Back...
Key to Figure 9: H = Haversian canal I = interstitial lamellae O = osteon V = Volkmann’s canal (Back...
...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.
Slide 4 Haversian Canals This dry ground section shows the Haversian canal system. Notice the...
Slide 4 Haversian Canals This dry ground section shows the Haversian canal system. Notice the...
L: lacuna HC: Haversian Canal O: osteon By anowlan at 09/28/2010 - 14:49 Connective Lab 3 Connective...
L: lacuna HC: Haversian Canal O: osteon By anowlan at 09/28/2010 - 14:49 Connective Lab 3 Connective...
WOVEN (IMMATURE) BONE Stained with haematoxylin and eosin 1 - intercellular bone matrix 2 -...
WOVEN (IMMATURE) BONE Stained with haematoxylin and eosin 1 - intercellular bone matrix 2 -...
...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.
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....
LAMELLAR (MATURE) BONE Stained with thionin and picric acid 1 - Haversian system (for better...
LAMELLAR (MATURE) BONE Stained with thionin and picric acid 1 - Haversian system (for better...
F IG. 77– Transverse section of body of human fibula decalcified. X 250. ( See enlarged image ...
F IG. 77– Transverse section of body of human fibula, decalcified. X 250. ( See enlarged image ...
Identify: Haversian canals Volkman's canals Osteocytes-see high power Canaliculi-see high power Go...
Identify: Haversian canals Volkman's canals Osteocytes-see high power Canaliculi-see high power Go...
A. lacunae B. canaliculi C. lamellae D. Haversian canals E. Volkmann's canals (7) Looking again at...
A. lacunae B. canaliculi C. lamellae D. Haversian canals E. Volkmann's canals (7) Looking again at...
LAMELLAR (MATURE) BONE Stained with thionin and picric acid 1 - Haversian system (osteon) 2 -...
LAMELLAR (MATURE) BONE Stained with thionin and picric acid 1 - Haversian system (osteon) 2 -...
Crushed Haversian Canals Under polarized light thin sections of dinosaur bones exhibit striking...
Crushed Haversian Canals Under polarized light, thin sections of dinosaur bones exhibit striking...
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Crystals within Haversian Canals The term fossil refers to any preserved remains or imprint of a...
Crystals within Haversian Canals The term fossil refers to any preserved remains or imprint of a...
Key to Figure 10: ca = canaliculi H = Haversian canal la = lacuna (Back to Histology of Cartilage...
Key to Figure 10: ca = canaliculi H = Haversian canal la = lacuna (Back to Histology of Cartilage...
Cells are seen in layers around a central canal (Haversian Canal). Radiating micro tubules reach out...
Cells are seen in layers around a central canal (Haversian Canal). Radiating micro tubules reach out...
Green arrows indicate Haversian canals. Back to unlabelled image of slide (#2) Return to Muscle and...
Green arrows indicate Haversian canals. Back to unlabelled image of slide (#2) Return to Muscle and...
Be able to describe in detail the two methods of bone formation shown in the fetus below.
Be able to describe, in detail, the two methods of bone formation shown in the fetus below.
Image D14 Haversian canal
Image D14 Haversian canal
Image D15 Spongy bone
Image D15 Spongy bone
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