Lesson 06 Part 2
- Brigham Young University-Idaho
- Anatomy & Physiology
- Anatomy & Physiology 264
- Lesson 06 Part 2
Last Modified: 2012-11-10
Related Textbooks:Seeley's Anatomy & Physiology
Vitamin C - necessary for collagen synthesis
Vitamin D - obtained by synthesis or ingestion
Sex hormones - cause spurt of growth at puberty
Parathyroid hormone - increases calcium loss in the kidneys
- internal support and protection
- attachment for the muscles
- calcium and phosphate storage
- blood cell production
- vitamin D storage
22. Bone remodeling can occur
a) when wovenbone is converted into lamellar bone
b)as bones are subjected to varying patterns of stress
c) as a long bone increases in diameter
d) when new osteons are formed in compact bone
e) all of the above
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