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BONE . SSN Histology . The Basics. Specialized connective tissue: mineralized matrix (hydroxyapatite) Type I Collagen; Proteoglycans; Non-collagenous Glycoproteins Functions: Mechanical support Calcium homeostasis Encloses bone marrow. Cells.

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BONE

SSN Histology

the basics
The Basics
  • Specialized connective tissue:
    • mineralized matrix (hydroxyapatite)
      • Type I Collagen; Proteoglycans; Non-collagenous Glycoproteins
  • Functions:
    • Mechanical support
    • Calcium homeostasis
    • Encloses bone marrow
cells
Cells

Osteoblasts = osteocyte progenitors; secrete ground substance for osteoid

Lab 5, Slide 30

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Cells

Osteocytes = mature, non-dividing bone cells; enclosed in calcified bone matrix

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Cells

Osteoclasts = remodeling/ resorption by using lysosomal enzymes

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Cells

Osteoclasts:

Active bone resorption

Limited bone resorption

mature vs immature bone
Mature vs. Immature Bone

Mature (Lamellar)

Compact (Cortical)

Spongy (Cancellous)

  • w/ Haversian systems
  • w/ trabecular appearance
mature vs immature bone1
Mature vs. Immature Bone

Immature Bone (Woven)

  • Nonlamellar
  • Found in fetus or following a fracture
appositional vs interstitial
Appositional vs. Interstitial
  • Appositional = bone growth on pre-existing bone surface
    • Note that bone tissue only undergoes appositional
  • Interstitial = bone growth via new cartilage formation within pre-existing cartilage mass
    • Note that it is cartilage that undergoes interstitial
  • Long Bone Growth:
    • WIDTH --> Appositional (bone)
    • LENGTH --> Interstitial (cartilage)
endochondral vs intramembranous
Endochondral vs. Intramembranous

Endochondral

Intramembranous

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Endochondral Ossification

Zone of Proliferation

Zone of Reserve Cartilage

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Endochondral Ossification

Zone of Hypertrophy

Zone of Proliferation

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Endochondral Ossification

Zone of Calcification

Zone of Resorption

final thoughts
Final Thoughts….
  • Let staining properties guide you
  • Note cellularity; compare size, color, shape, relative quantity of cells
  • Haversian = central to osteon
  • Volkmann’s = perpendicular
  • Think of bone as specialized connective tissue; always in a dynamic state
  • Long bones = endochondral
  • Parietal bones = intramembranous
  • Mnemonic for Endochondral:

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Question 1. . .

Panel A

Panel B

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Questions 2 & 3. . .

Figure A

Figure B

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Questions 4 & 5. ..

Panel B

Panel A

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