Are Osteocyte bone building or bone destroying cell?
It is a bone cell. Osteo=bone+cyte=cell.
Osteoblast build bone. Osteo=bone+blast=build.
Osteoclasts break bone. -clast=break
Osteoblast builds up bone and is found in immature bone but osteocyte is a mature bone cell found in mature bone tissue.
an osteocyte is a bone cell an osteoblast is specific to the building/production of new bone Osteocytes are mature bone cells that maintains the bone matrix. Osteoblasts are immature bone cells that secrete organic components of matrix.
The anatomical name for a bone cell is Osteocyte.
An osteocyte is the medical term meaning mature bone cell.
The basic unit of bone is the bone cell or osteocyte. Osteocytes are found in compact bone.
Cells: - Bone Stem Cells: OsteogenitoràDivides and causes osteoblasts +Osteoblasts [changes into an osteocyte] Bulid matrix, bone forming +Osteocytes [changes into an osetoclast] found in the lacunae New house has to be built +Osteoclasts Bone destroying cell Osteoids: +proteoglycans, glycoproteins, and collagen
Mature bone cell; maintains bone but does not produce new bone tissue.
Is a mature bone cell formed when an osteoblast becomes surrounded by its own matrix and entrapped in a lacuna?
An osteocyte is a mature bone cell formed when an osteoblast becomes surrounded by its own matrix and entrapped in a lacuna. Osteocytes osteocyte
Osteocyte: a cell that is characteristic of adult bone and is isolated in a lacuna of the bone substance
Osteocytes are responsible for the maintenance and turnover of mineral content of surrounding bone. They are found in the flattened lacunae of bone tissue.
An osteoblast is a bone building cell. Osteo=bone, blast=build.
The literal name for a cell in bone would be 'osteocyte'. However there are other cells associated with bones such as osteoblasts, which make bone, and osteoclasts, which breaks down bone. Regular, living bone cells are osteocytes (OSS-tee-oh-sites).
Osteocyte cells maintain and monitor the mineral content of the surrounding matrix.
Osteoblasts are the cells that develop osseous tissue. When the osseous tissue has formed completely, then the osteoblast becomes an osteocyte, a mature bone cell.
An osteocyte is a bone cell. It can live as long as the bone exists in the body, and it works to break down old bony matrix so that new matrix can take it's place.
The name of the cell that breaks down bones is called the osteoclast. The cell that builds bones is called the osteocyte. The break down bone cells are usually remodeled by the connective tissue that are found on the surface of the bone.
An osteocyte is a mature bone cell, and is eukaryotic. It has no major differences than in regular animal cells, except for its canaliculi, which are small membrane protruding parts on the cell, which make it able to connect with other osteocytes and do their job. Mainly, an osteocyte has all eukaryotic parts, though it is not able to produce. Things such as Golgi apparatus, ribosomes, ER, microfilaments/microtubules, etc. are present. Good luck and I… Read More
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There are several types.Ostiocytes are the main type
An osteocyte, a star-shaped cell, is the most abundant cell found in compact bone. Cells contain a nucleus and a thin ring of cytoplasm. When osteoblasts become trapped in the matrix they secrete, they become osteocytes. Osteocytes are networked to each other via long cytoplasmic extensions that occupy tiny canals called canaliculi, which are used for exchange of nutrients and waste. The space that an osteocyte occupies is called a lacuna (Latin for a… Read More
They have the same as any other cell, except they also have a canaliculi
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From the nutrient arteries, to the cells. And it then pass from cell to cell through the canaliculi of their lacunae.
Osteoblasts are one type of bone cell (out of three) that is found in bone tissue. They are bone forming cells (make bone) (bone builders). It deposits bone even as another bone cell, osteoclasts, breaks it down. When there is a break, or lacuna, in the bone the osteoblasts form a sheet over the gap. Then osteoids cover the osteoblats trapping them in the lacuna. Inside the lacuna they then turn into osteocytes, a type… Read More
Osteoblasts are cells that are mainly known for making bone. Also, they break down old and weak bone cells. Osteoblasts are cells that help construct bones. However, they do not stop working after your skeleton has finished growing. There is another type of cell known as the osteocyte that destroys small areas of bone, which are then filled in by the osteoblasts. Through this system the skeleton is reinforced and reconstructed constantly, so that weak… Read More
One job of the bone cell is to secrete growth factors. The bone cell is also responsible for remodeling the bone.
Bone cells have different functions because bones are organs rather than tissues. A tissue is a collection of the same type of cells, while an organ is a collection of several tissues that functions as an integrated whole.This helps keep the bones strong and functioning, because each type of cell takes care of part of the upkeep of the bones. The osteoblast breaks down old bone that is weak. The osteoclast builds new bone to… Read More
The bone cell moves through the support of the muscles. The cell muscles will expand and contract which will result into movement of the bone cell.
What is one important difference between a single bone cell and the bone tissue in a human femur bone?
A bone cell is a living cell, but bone tissue includes a non-living matrix
The osteoclast is the bone cell responsible for bone resorption by breaking down the bone matrix.
Protein does not really help building bone tissue. However, protein does speed up the growth of muscle tissue cell, so protein can be used to build muscle.
There are many functions of bone cells. They dissolve the bone, form bone, and help maintain bone and lining cell that cover the surface of the bone.
Osteocytes Osteo-= bone -cyte= cell
Arthritis, Osteoprosis, Gout, and Muscular Dystrophy are diseases of the bone cell/bone.
The bone is not a dead body cell but there are dead body cells on the bone and the bone weakens when you get tired out and then the dead body cells eat the bone by a reasly tiny nibble.
the bone of the cell is when you touched the bone it comes from the vessel of the entring the consumption of many cytoplasm to produce sperm cell
Not necessarily. Protozoan do not have rigid cell walls. The antibiotic works by destroying the rigid cell was of a bacteria, thus destroying the bacteria. The protozoan have the same pressure on the outside of the cell, as they do on the inside of the cell. With no rigid cell wall, the antibiotic would not work the same, as there is no cell wall or pressure to disturb.
no, heart cells and bone cells are mature and cannot change into each other. However, a stem cell can become a heart cell or bone cell or any other cell depending on where in the body it is.
Cells comprise bone and muscle, they do not have bone and muscle in them.
An osteoclast is a type of bone cell that destroys or reabsorbs bone. The process of maintaining healthy bone responsive to the body's needs depends on regular breaking down and rebuilding of bone.
A cell that are bone forming
Osteoclasts are the bone cell that destroys bone. This allows bone remodeling, and allows the skeletal system to act as a reservoir for minerals to maintain blood mineral levels. Bone cells that are involved in reabsorption and breakdown of the bone matrix are referred to as osteoclasts.
Bone is a type of connective tissue which is considered a somatic cell. Basically everything except gametes is considered a body cell.
Bleach affects seed germination by destroying the cell membrane through toxic chemicals. Thus getting through the cell wall and often destroying the process of seed germination.
The cell that breaks down bone is called the osteoclast.