long bones are filled with bone marrow
the bones contain bone marrow and spongy bone
bones are made out of bone marrow and tissue bones are made out of bone marrow and tissue bones are made out of bone marrow and tissue
A:Yes, the bones in horses contain bone marrow. However you should not feed a horse bone marrow. A:Yes. All mammals have bone marrow, which is where their bodies manufacture blood cells.
No it contains red marrow. Red marrow is found in spongy bones
No, they contain bone marrow (between their trabeculae), but no marrow cavity is present.
Bone marrow is found almost in all the bones in your body. There is yellow bone marrow every where. You probably want to know the the location of the red bone marrow. In case of the young children the red bone marrow occupy the long bones also. In case of the adult the flat bones contain red bone marrow. So you have the red bone marrow in skull bones, ribs, sternum and the hip bones. In case of the foetus even the liver and spleen also produce the red blood cells.
Marrow. Bones contain marrow. Marrow is the very Core of our bones.
Yes, the hard tissue and the Bone marrow
i think all bones produce bone marrow:)
yes there are some bones that do not have bone marrow....
Of corse it's BONE marrow why wouldn't it be in bones
Yes. Spongy Bone is dense and does contain bone marrow.
Long bones contain yellow marrow in addition to red marrow. Yellow marrow is stored fat, or adipose tissue.
As children, nearly all of our bones contain red bone marrow, but this gradually gets replaced by yellow marrow as we grow older. As adults, red bone marrow is found mainly in the axial skeleton (skull, spine and rib cage) and girdles (pelvis and shoulders) and at the ends (epiphyses) of the humerus and femur.
Bone marrow comes in two categories, red and yellow. Red is common in young children's bones. It creates red blood cells. As you become a teenager, you have less red and more yellow bone marrow. Yellow bone marrow stores fat so it can later be used as energy, but there are still some bones that contain red bone marrow.
frontal and parietal bones
no, only in your larger bones like legs and arms
Bone marrow cavities contain marrow that produces red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. It also lightens the bones.
They are not made up of bone marrow, they just have bone marrow in them.
Maybe a little, but most red bone marrow is foundin the SPONGY bone of the skull,ribs,sternum, vertebrae and in the end of long bones.
There is yellow bone marrow and red bone marrow.
All bones have bone marrow except joints if you count those as bones
yes a chicken bone does have marrow