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    If I say act like an old person you would hunch over and walk as though you needed a cane, moving as if taking a single step could break your leg. Osteoporosis is a disease of the skeletal system that causes bone deterioration, or the breaking down of bones. Making them fragile and much easier to break than normal. Anyone can developed osteoporosis but generally older women are more prone to developing it. Half of all women and about a quarter of men 50+ years will break at least one bone due to…

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    cases in reference to bone specifically. One such case was in the article Non-invasive Archaeology of Skeletal Material by CT scanning and Three-dimensional Reconstruction by Lynnerup et al. (1997). In this case the skeletal remains are of a very fragile and delicate 7000 year old ancient Sumerian skeleton that was recovered in a block, preserving its soil matrix. A CT scan was performed on the skeletal material and soil matrix. The resulting image was process with software that allowed for…

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    Long Bones Research Paper

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    The periosteum is an important part of the skeletal system and is found as a membrane along the outside of the bone. https://www.reference.com/science/function-periosteum-c76e79bbe59f9be0 Compact bone: The function of compact bone is structural support, both for overall body structure and the protection…

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    Oxytocin Vs Bone

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    communicate is by adding phosphate groups to a neighboring protein and oxytocin helps by promoting cell proliferation. Oxytocin levels and oxytocin receptors reduce the expression in muscle stem cells during aging which in turn affects the homeostasis of skeletal muscle tissue (Colaianni, Sun, Zaidi and Zallone 2015). In females, oxytocin helps to induce labor by contracting the uterus. It also stimulates the ejection of milk in the breasts and stops once breast feeding cease (Elabd and Sabry…

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    Systems Relationship Assignment 1. Muscular System and Skeletal System The muscular system is dependent on the skeletal system to provide blood cells to the muscles. The blood cells contain oxygen which is converted into ATP during cellular respiration. The ATP is needed to perform daily tasks like walking. The skeletal system supports the striated muscle which allows movement to occur. The striated muscle connects the bone and muscle together. The skeletal system relies on the muscular system…

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    Image 10 compact bone tissue In an image, 10 compact bone tissues give support and structure to the body and permit movement. It also stores calcium and has blood-shaping cells. 2] It consists of osteons and Haversian system. The osteons has a canal which is encompassed by concentric rings of matrix. 1] There are four main types of tissues; epithelium, connective, nervous and muscle, inside of every tissue type, there are varieties present. In image 1, 2 and 3 are of epithelium tissues that…

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    -The axial skeleton consists of a the skull, hyoid bone, auditory ossicles, vertebral column (spine), sternum bone, and the ribs. -The appendicular skeleton consists of the shoulder girdles, upper limbs, pelvic girdles, and lower limbs. -Bones are living tissue that make up the skeleton. They are primarily composed of three types of tissue. These three types are compact tissue, cancellous tissue, and subchondral tissue. -Compact tissue is the outer layer of bones and is harder than the other…

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    Bone Pathology Essay

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    Bone pathology involves understanding the causes and effects of bone diseases. Bones undergo a continual process of breakdown and renewal to maintain maximum bone strength. Healthy bones provide support and durability. Skeletal diseases of bone are often contributed to the severities of low bone density, mass, or deterred bone tissue. Osteoporosis is one of many bone diseases. Osteoporosis occurs when the formation of new bone doesn’t keep up with the elimination of old bone. It’s a…

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    Red Bone Research Paper

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    different tissues that work together: bone, cartilage, dense connective tissue, epithelium, various blood forming tissues, adipose tissue and nerve tissue(coursehero). All individual bones are organs. Bones along with their cartilages make up the skeletal system. Bone makes up eighteen percent of the weight of a human body. There are two hundred six bones in the in the adult skeleton, more than half are found in both the hands and feet. The functions of a bone are support, protection,…

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    immensely for the state of one’s bone health. The root “osteo” actually means bone; moreover, Osteoporosis is a disease in which the bone is tremendously brittle, which can be preventable with the right precautions. Bones are the formation of the skeletal system in which helps with mobility and structure. Unfortunately, Osteoporosis can approach unannounced; furthermore, the disease remains unnoticed for months or years until a sudden fall or if incorrect movement is being placed causing a…

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