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The perichondium and periosteum are made ofa.hyaline cartilageb.Elastic cartilagec.loose connective tissue d.dense irregular(fibrous)connective tissue e.Smooth muscle


The perichondium and periosteum are made of

a.hyaline cartilage

b.Elastic cartilage

c.loose connective tissue 

d.dense irregular(fibrous)connective tissue 

e.Smooth muscle 

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The perichondrium is a biomembrane that lines the developing bone. When this biomembrane becomes vascularized ...

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