From what type of tissue does the intramembranous ossification starts?

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From what type of tissue does the intramembranous ossification starts?

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Bone development is the process by which bone tissue formation occurs during fetal development. This process is known as ossification (bone formation). Ossification is of two major types: intramembranous ossification and endochondral ossification.

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The intramembranous ossification starts from the mesenchyme connective tissues which are the undifferentiated tissues located under the skin and along...

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Bone Growth & Development Factors: Endochondral Ossification

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Bone formation in the human body begins during fetal development. After birth, endochondral ossification performs a major role in bone elongation, which is accomplished through the epiphyseal plate. Learn about bone growth, development factors, bone growth after birth, the process of bone formation (intramembranous ossification and endochondral ossification), and how ossification works in the development of bones.


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