Compact bone contains Haversian Systems, which are in concentric circles called lamellae. Haversian system contains a blood supply and the periosteum is located on the outside
Our bone tissues are made of a much harder substance than the cartilage, but they can be worn away by friction. They are tough on the outside, but on the inside they have a sponge-like design that helps to reduce the weight while retaining strength. They are designed to maintain the body’s structure and support the body’s movement and are used to protect weaker tissues, such as the brain, lungs and heart.
The skeletal system is made up of cartilage and bone. Both bone and cartilage are connective tissues, that is, they are composed of cells in a matrix with intracellular fibers. Just imagine connective tissue as a gelatin salad with grapes and coconut. The grapes would represent cells, the gelatin the support material for matrix, and the pieces of coconut the intracellular fibers. By changing the amounts of each ingredient and adding extra substances, we can produce a material that is very hard like bone and can withstand weight or softer like cartilage which can be used as a cushioning material.
A. There was a problem in Pergamum. It is the same problem that exists today as well, perhaps more intensely than ever in history. Notice their détente. Détente means: an easing of friction between two parties. It means compromising mudding the waters. The church was faithful; it believed in Jesus and was a robust, orthodox church. Therefore, they embraced steadfastly the faith, however, they were tolerating false interpretations.
Perigrine sessions was born on June 15 1814. He was having a good life until his family and others got sick some died. When the sickness had been cured he set out as an explorer and was exploring with 30 others for a couple of months until he herd the bad news that his father had cancer so he went to visit after three weeks of having cancer his father died.
Once the war started, there was no going back. People’s lives were changed forever. With the hijab’s they had to wear, it was difficult to bare. They knew they could be living a better life somewhere, out there. In Iran life wasn’t always the easiest. There were riots that went on in the streets, bombs demolishing buildings, and friends being lost. These people had to stay strong for themselves. The Iranian people showed lots of nationalism, even when their county was taken over. They also proved to everyone that, no matter how hard life problems may be, there is always a solution. On this roller coaster of good and bad decisions, it all comes down to what can happen when something is putting you life at risk.
Good morning fellow UNESCO leaders. Terrorist organizations are rallying forces and destroying ancient sites that offend/ Challenge their religion. Do we want ancient sites to share the same fate that the 2 Buddha’s had faced in Afghanistan. The valuable site that we must protect and preserve is Persepolis.
Why did the greeks believe in myths?Why did they need a myth like Persephone’s?A myth that surrounded betterness and destruction.A story which leads to a land that become barren due to selfishness.The goddess tale does not end with a happy ending that one looks forward to.Persephone's myth introduces a new meaning to innocence, loneliness,abduction, anguish and as it relates to different cultures.
Satrapi’s main choice of this story was setting. Satrapi growing up in Iran resulted in all of the scarring things that she had to see and deal with throughout her life. Two other main choices were theme and plot. Satrapi puts plot, theme, and setting in the book to show that if people are exposed to horrific things at such a young age, such as war, then they will grow up too quickly, and that it will change their life completely.
One of the tricks that hades played on Persephone wes when he told her to eat some seeds. There were a total of 12 seeds. When she ate seven of the seeds, she was going to spend 7 mounth in the underworld. Because she didn't eat 5 of the seds she will be able to spend 5 mounth with her dad. In the story it said,’’Alas,’’ said ,’’my daughter , what have you done?’’The Fates have said that if you ate anything in the land of the shallow, you must return to Hades and rule with him as his queen.’’ Since she ate 7 seeds she stays with Hades in the underworld for 7 months, and she would spend 5 months with her dad, Demeter.Therefor, if she would have ate all 12 seeds, she would have to say in the underworld for life. Luckily, she only ate 7. It's
Persephone is the goddess of Spring Growth and rebirth. She is queen of the Underworld. Her story and character has interested me since i was 7 years old when i found a book about her. Some people say different things about Persephone, but they all lead to Persephone’s character and story. From Persephone living in the Underworld to Persephone’s symbols I have researched as much as I could.
In the ancient world, the Greeks put a big importance on gods, goddesses, demi gods and heros. They believed that the stories of these ancient deities brought meaning to their lives. Among these stories was one of a monster slayer his name was Perseus. (http://www.britannica.com)
The skeletal system is made up of bones and joints. Bones are a dry dense tissue that is composed of calcium phosphorous and organic matter. The bones are protected and covered by a layer of fibrous connective tissue membrane called the periosteum (Brown, et al., 2015, p. 1547). There are two basic types of bone tissue: Compact Bone and Spongy Bone. Compact bones are dense smooth bones, while Spongy bones are composed of small needle-like pieces of bones and open space. Bones are then categorised according to the shape of the bone into four groups: long, short, flat and irregular. Long bones characteristically are typically longer then they are wide and generally have a shaft with heads at either ends e.g. the humerus. They are mainly compact bones. Short bones
The skeletal system is made up of cartilage and bone. Both bone and cartilage are connective tissues, that is, they are composed of cells in a matrix with intracellular fibers. Just imagine connective tissue as a gelatin salad with grapes and coconut. The grapes would represent cells, the gelatin the support material for matrix, and the pieces of coconut the intracellular fibers. By changing the amounts of each ingredient and adding extra substances, we can produce a material that is very hard like bone and can withstand weight or softer like cartilage which can be used as a cushioning material. In this exercise, we will examine a fresh raw chicken bone to study bone
Osseous tissue contains specialized cells, cell products, and a fluid matrix. The distinctive solid, stony nature of bone results from the deposition of calcium salts within the matrix. Crystals of calcium phosphate account for almost two-thirds of the weight of the bone. The majority of