What you define as normal a normal animal cell? You have to
define this first, before asking a question.
More or less the same difference between a broken pencil and an unbroken pencil, except the bone has the potential to heal.
A verterbrate animal has a bone on the outside like a spine.. but im guessing an athropod has an inside one? :D
The difference is the spelling.
The spongy bone is called cartilage, cartilage is found in the nose, ears, ans. Normal bones are your legs, arms ans.
the difference is that spongy bone is soft and sqeezeable and regular bone are hard to bite and its harder to break
what is the difference between compact bone and spongy
Femur is the thigh bone and the humerus is the upper arm bone between the elbow and shoulder.
An exoskeleton is the bone structure outside the body, a shell is not attached to an animal and is only used for protection and a home for snails
ligaments attach bone to bone and tendons attach muscles to bone.
there different colours
ones from a chicken and ones from a human
Mature bone cell; maintains bone but does not produce new bone tissue.
They are the same. Femur = thigh bone = longest bone of skeletal system
The difference is their function a tendon binds a bone to muscle. Ligaments bind bone to bone. It's basically that simple.
the difference between a head and a skull is that a head has tissue and a skull is all bone