. Comparative anatomy. Anatomy, Comparative. I04 COMPARATIVE ANATOMY Osteogenic tissue. Hyaline carti- lage (cells in groups). Hyaline car- tilage (cells enlarged). Osteoblasts. Endochondral bone. Fig. 77.—Development of cartilage bone (primary bone). Part of a longitudinal section of a phalanx of the first finger of a human embryo of the fourth month. Ossifica- tion within the cartilage produces endochondral bone; the perichondrium deposits bone superficially to the cartilage, perichondral bone, and thereby becomes the periosteum. X220. (From Bremer, Text-book of Histology.). Please note that

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. Comparative anatomy. Anatomy, Comparative. I04 COMPARATIVE ANATOMY Osteogenic tissue. Hyaline carti- lage (cells in groups). Hyaline car- tilage (cells enlarged). Osteoblasts. Endochondral bone. Fig. 77.—Development of cartilage bone (primary bone). Part of a longitudinal section of a phalanx of the first finger of a human embryo of the fourth month. Ossifica- tion within the cartilage produces endochondral bone; the perichondrium deposits bone superficially to the cartilage, perichondral bone, and thereby becomes the periosteum. X220. (From Bremer, Text-book of Histology.). Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Neal, Herbert V. (Herbert Vincent), 1869-1940; Rand, Herbert W. (Herbert Wilbur), 1872-1960. Philadelphia : P. Blakiston's Son

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