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What type of collagen in contain in perichondrium?

Type 1 collagen

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Name of the bone cell located in the periphery which is respo for bine formation?

Osteoblast

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Adipocyte would be observed most commonly in which part of bone?

Yellow bone marrow

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Intervertebral disc are composed primarily of what tyoe of tissue?

Fibrocartilage

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What is the center of the haversian system?

Haversian canal

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Ground substance is cartilage of condroitin sulfate and what other substance?

Glucosaminoglycans

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Hyaline cartilage contains what type of collagen?

Type 2

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The process of osteocytes are located in what structure?

Cannaliculi

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What is the name of the cell of the cartilaginous matrix?

Chondrocyte

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What is the name for the connecive tissue lining of cartilage?

Perichondrium

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What is the other name of haversian system?

Osteon

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Trabeculae are located in ehat type of bone?

Spongy

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What channel is radially arranged and best seen in longitudinal secretion of compact bone?

Volkmans canal

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In what space or area is the osteocyte located?

Lacunae

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Osteoprogenitorcell arise from what embryonic tissue?

Mesenchyme

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What vitamin is essential for collagen synthesis

Vitamin C

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What is responsible for bone reabsorption

Osteoclast

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What is the term for the channel that connects between laminae?

Cannaliculi

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Ground substance of cartilage is composed of glycosaminoglycans what other glycans?

Epiphyseal bone?

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What is the name of connective tissue intimately surround the outerr surface of the bone?

Periostium

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Name for the concentric rings surrounding the haversian canal

Lamellae

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What type of ossicfication occurs where cartilage become calsified and replace by bone during the growth of the individual?

Endochondral ossification

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Spicules are found in whta type of bone?

Spongy bone

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What is the other name of shaft or long bone?

Diaphysis

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What is the name of the process by which mesenchyme are replaced by bine?

Intramembranous ossification

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What is the name for the hallow in which osteoclasts reside?

Howships lacunae

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What cell in the cartilage place a major role in resorption of calcified cartilage?

Chondroclast

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A resorption bay is also called?

Howshup lacunae

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The glomerulus and bowmans capsule comprise what structure?

Renal corpuscle

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The afferent arteriole end in what structure!

Glomerulus

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A brush border is observed in what tubule?

PCT

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The kidney can be considered to have an endocrine function as it release what substance?

Erythropoietin

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What arteries run along the base of the pyramid off of which run the base of interlobular arteries?

Arcuate

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When do the JG cells of the afferent arteriole produce?

Renin

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Blood is filtered to what structure located between podocyte

Ffiltration slits

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What structures contain tubules that look like proximal and DCT and is found in the cortex of medulla?

Loop of henle

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The ureter is line by what type of epithelium?

Transitional epithelium

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What structures include the macula densa and JG cells

JG apparatus

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What hormone regulate pressure by affecting the permeability for the DCT?

Aldosterone

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What cell whose foot processes touch the basal lamina of the glomerullar capillaries?

Podocytes

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What artery rund between the medullary rays?

Interlobular

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What structure is located in the terminal function of the DCT and adjacent to JG cells?

Macula densa

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The major calyx subdivides into?

Minor calyx

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What type of epithelium lines a minor calyx?

Transitional epithelium

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What is the name of the BV found in the medulla of the kidney that surrounds collecting tubules?

Vasa recta

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What tubule is concerned with active transport of sodium?

PCT

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What type of epithelium lines the distal part of the urethra

Stratified epithelium

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Renal artery blood flow in what artery?

Interlobar

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What BV surrounds the PCT and DCT

Peritubular capillaries

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Where are herring bodies are located?

Neurohypophysis

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Herring bodies contains vasopressin and?

Oxytocin

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Lipofuscin typically accumulates in what part of the adrenal gland?

Reticularis