Development of Bones

  1. How are the following ossified:

    bones of the base of the skull
    vertebral column
    ribs and sternum
    bones of the upper limb (except clavicles)
    bones of the lower limb
    Endochondral

    mesenchyme-->cartilage-->replaced by bone tissue
  2. How are the following ossified:

    bones of the cranial vault
    bones of the face
    the clavicles (first to undergo initial ossification)
    mandible
    distal tips of the distal phalanges (bones under the nail beds)
    Intramembraneous

    mesenchyme-->bone tissue
  3. What type of mesenchyme is the origin of the following:

    vertebrae
    vertebral ends of the ribs
    transverse processes
    Mesenchyme of somite origin (sclerotome)
  4. What type of mesenchyme is the origin of the following:

    lateral parts of the:
    ribs
    sternum
    bones of the upper and lower limbs
    mesenchyme of lateral mesoderm origin
  5. What type of mesenchyme is the origin of the following:

    chondrocranium (bones of the cranial base)
    mesenchyme of head mesoderm origin (occipital somites)
  6. What type of mesenchyme is the origin of the following:

    bones of the face
    Mesenchyme of neural crest origin
  7. Endochondrial ossification bones (6)
    • base of the skull
    • vertebral column
    • ribs
    • sternum
    • bones of the upper limb
    • bones of the lower limb
  8. Intramembranous ossification bones (5)
    • bones of the cranial vault
    • bones of the face
    • clavicles
    • mandibleĀ 
    • distal tips of distal phalanges
Author
arikell
ID
337584
Card Set
Development of Bones
Description
Anatomy
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