Human Anatomy, Physiology, and Medicine. Anything human!
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Creative0316 wrote:Why is such an elaborate system of canals needed in bone more than in cartilage?
· Why is it necessary to have living cells within the Haversian system?
How much do you already know about the Haversian system?
How much do you know about nutrients within the skeleton structure?
What about bone?
What are the functions of bone?
What happens when a bone breaks?
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The bone has many interesting function that few people know about. For example it is an interesting thing that bones absorb poisonos metals like As when ingested and slowly release them so that they can be excreted safely
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