An osteocyte is the medical term meaning mature bone cell.
T-Cell mature in Thymus B-Cell mature in Bone Marrow
Osteoblast builds up bone and is found in immature bone but osteocyte is a mature bone cell found in mature bone tissue.
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
Mature bone cells, called osteocytes, are found in the hard portions of every bone in the body.
Osteocyte: a cell that is characteristic of adult bone and is isolated in a lacuna of the bone substance
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.
The bone marrow is unable to develop a normal amount of mature blood cells, and is also not able to increase blood cell production when mature cells are needed
Mature bone cells are called osteocytes.
Develop in the bone marrow and mature in the "Bursal equivalent" of Peyer's Patches.
Osteoblasts lay down new bone matrix. Once they've been completely surrounded by bone matrix, they mature into osteocytes.
osteoblast osteoblast osteoblast The actual term for bone forming cells is osteoblasts. Once they mature, they then are called osteocytes and maintain the bone matrix.
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 B probably is "bone" because they are produced in the bone marrow. And unlike T-cells don't mature in the thymus gland.
Which of following selections lists bones cells in the order from unspecialized stem cell to highly specialized mature bone cell?
osteogenic cells, osteoblasts, osteocytes
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.
Mature bone cells within the matrix are called osteocytes.
Most white blood cells are made in the bone marrow. Some are made in lymphatic tissue, including the thymus gland, lymph nodes and spleen. Others are made in a tissue called reticuloendothelial tissue which occurs in various organs including the spleen and liver.https://www.britannica.com/science/blood-cell-formation
Thymus Lymphocytes could be roughly divided into two categories. B cell and T cell. Though they both originate from the bone marrow, T cell migrate to the" thymus," where it reach maturity while B cell got mature in the bone. That is, T stands for thymus. However, B doesn't mean "bone" actually, for B cell was first discovered in the "bursa of Fabricius" in a bird.
Osteocytes are mature bone cells surrounded by matrix which solid bone cell ground substances attach to. Bone cells are in the proximity of blood vessels, just like any other cell in the body. Bones only have cells in their growth areas and in the bone marrow, where blood cells are also produced.
Both are T and B lymphocytes are produced in bone marrow, but B lymphocytes mature in bone marrow and are part of the humoral response, while T lymphocytes mature in the thymus gland and are part of the cell mediated response.
There are three special types of cells that are found only in the bone. These cell names all start with "OSTEO" because that is the Greek word for bone. These cells are : 1. Osteoclasts cells which absorb tissue in order to form bone canals. 2 .Osteoblasts cells that form new bone. 3.Osteocytes mature bone cells (osteoblasts that have become embedded within the bone matrix)
B-cells are matured in bone marrow. This is why they are called B-cells ("B" from bone). Similarly T-cell become mature in Thymus gland ("T" from Thymus).
the functional units of mature compact bone are known as OSTEONS.
A stem cell is a cell that can become any type of cell. A primitive cell is a cell on the way to becoming a specialized cell. Thus, a stem cell is in your bone. It can become a primitive cell. The primitive cell goes to your thymus where it is turned into a mature cell to fight infection. Or a stem cell can be turned into a primitive red blood cell. When the red… Read More
Lymphocytes arise in red bone marrow, they then mature into T cells or B cells, when actived the mature cells attack infected cell
I believe it's immature bone because it has the mesenchyme cells, osteoprogenitor cells and osteoblasts. While mature bone has the osteocytes.
A mature sex cell is a Gamete.
B-cell produce specific antibodies. These cells are activated by T cells. B-cells mature in the bone marrow, and T cell in the thymus.
Osteocytes are mature bone cells found in the lacunae. There are three different kinds of bone cells, including osteocytes, osteoblasts, and osteophages.
metaphyses are the regions in a mature bone where the diaphysis joins the epiphyses. in a growing bone each metaphysis includes a epiphyseal plate
Both type of lymphocytes are made in the bone marrow and only the B - Lymphocytes mature in the bone marrow, whereas the T Lymphocytes travel to the thymus gland where they mature.
Hematopoietic stem cell precursor cells in the bone marrow when reaches megakaryocyte stage it loses its ability to divide.Once the cell has completed differentiation and become a mature megakaryocyte, it begins the process of producing platelets.
All cell except mature red blood cell and mature sieve tube cell
A mature red blood cell is an example of prokaryotic cell.
Plant cells have a cell wall.
Lymphocytes develop in the bone marrow, until they are differentiated into their specific type - T cell, B cell or Natural Killer cell. B cells mature into B lymphocytes in the bone marrow, aided by the hormone interleukin-7. T cells migrate to the thymus, where they mature into, you guessed it, T l ymphocytes, aided by several hormones - interleukin-1, interleukin-4, interleukin-6, thymosin, thymopoietin, and thymulin. I'd be interested to know why you need to… Read More
No. Both B- and T-cell precursors come from the bone marrow. B-cells hang around in bone marrow to mature (hence the "B"). T-cells develop in the thymus (hence the "T").
When the body needs a specific type of blood cell, the bone marrow uses its stockpile of stem cells to produce the kind of mature cells needed
One job of the bone cell is to secrete growth factors. The bone cell is also responsible for remodeling the bone.
It is a bone cell. Osteo=bone+cyte=cell. Osteoblast build bone. Osteo=bone+blast=build. Osteoclasts break bone. -clast=break
I found that erythrocytes mature in the bone marrow closely attached to a macrophage.
Stem cells that mature into B cells mature in the of the what of the fetus 1 yellow bone marrow 2 yolk sac 3 liver 4 tonsils?
Stem cells in a fetus mature in the yellow bone marrow.
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.
They maintain bone because they are mature bone cells. Canalicui is the site of osteocytes.
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
Each cell would be half the size of a mature cell that's ready to undergo mitosis. After all, mitosis is a process that literally splits a mature cell in two.
G2 Phase, where the cell grows to mature size to prepare for mitosis.