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  1. Explain why teeth should NOT be considered bone. What structural features and functions of bone are clearly not displayed in teeth (think about the parts of the long bone. Do teeth have marrow, for example?). Know that teeth are actually much stronger than bone, made pretty much out of pure calcium phosphate =dentin (bone is not just calcium phosphate but what else)?
  2. Where in the long bone would you find compact bone, spongy bone
  3. Where in the long bone would you find osteoprogenitor cells, osteoblasts and osteoclasts
  4.  In what area would you find the epiphyseal plates of the long bone?
  5. Where and when would you most likely find red bone marrow? How about yellow bone marrow?
  6.   If you were to donate bone marrow for the purpose of helping out someone with leukemia, which bone would be the easiest, least invasive one to take it from?
  7.  What is the relationship between osteoprogenitor cells, osteoblasts and osteocytes? Where do osteoclasts develop from (hint: NOT the same origins as osteoblasts!)?
  8. What is the name of the individual units that can be found in compact bone? How are such units structured so that nutrients and oxygen can get to every osteocyte trapped in the bone matrix? Where are the osteocytes trapped
  9. What are the structures of spongy bone called and where can you find osteoclasts and osteoblasts there? Where would you find the marrow here?
  10. What is the purpose of the perichondrium? What is the purpose of the periostium

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