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. Compendium of histology. Histology. 66 SIXTH LECTURE. side by side and against each other. The calcification of the cartilage spreads peripherically ; the liquefaction and re-forma- tion of the cartilage canals is constantly increasing in extent, and likewise in the domain of the calcified cartilage.. Fig. 63.—Ossifying border of a phalangeal epiphysis of the calf, in vertical section. At the uppei part, the cartilage, with its irregularly disposed capsules, containing daughter cells ; a, smaller medullary spaces, appearing in part as though closed, drawn" empty ; £>, the same with n

. Compendium of histology. Histology. 66 SIXTH LECTURE. side by side and against each other. The calcification of the cartilage spreads peripherically ; the liquefaction and re-forma- tion of the cartilage canals is constantly increasing in extent, and likewise in the domain of the calcified cartilage.. Fig. 63.—Ossifying border of a phalangeal epiphysis of the calf, in vertical section. At the uppei part, the cartilage, with its irregularly disposed capsules, containing daughter cells ; a, smaller medullary spaces, appearing in part as though closed, drawn" empty ; £>, the same with n Stock Photo
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. Compendium of histology. Histology. 66 SIXTH LECTURE. side by side and against each other. The calcification of the cartilage spreads peripherically ; the liquefaction and re-forma- tion of the cartilage canals is constantly increasing in extent, and likewise in the domain of the calcified cartilage.. Fig. 63.—Ossifying border of a phalangeal epiphysis of the calf, in vertical section. At the uppei part, the cartilage, with its irregularly disposed capsules, containing daughter cells ; a, smaller medullary spaces, appearing in part as though closed, drawn" empty ; £>, the same with narrow cells ; c, remains of the calcified cartilage ; d, larger medullary spaces, on the walls of which are depo- sitions of thinner or thicker bone tissue, and in the latter case stratified; e, developing bone cell; /, an opened cartilage capsule, with an embedded bone cell ; g; a partially filled cavityv covered externally with bone substance and containing a narrow cell; //, apparently closed cartilage capsules containing bone cells. The latter must naturally first become physiologically decalcified before undergoing solution. This removal of a but just deposited lime salt is, up to the present time indeed, somewhat enigmatical. Let us look at Fig. 63. At the upper part, the cartilage. 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.. Frey, Heinrich, 1822-1890; Cutter, George R. (George Rogers), b. 1840, tr. New York, G. P. Putnams sons

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