The shaft of the bone, between the epiphyses, is called the diaphysis. It has a hollow central medullary cavity containing marrow.
The shaft of long bones is called DIAPHYSIS
The medullary cavity is the hollow part of the bone, in the diaphysis (the shaft), where bone marrow is stored.
The epiphysis is the end of a long bone. In contrast, the diaphysis is the shaft of a long bone.
No, the shaft of a long bone is the diaphysis, not the epiphysis.
The shaft of a long bone- diaphysis The head(s) of a long bone- epiphysis
The periosteum is the membrane around the shaft of a long bone.
Long bones are longer than they are wide. They are composed mainly of compact bone and typically have a long shaft and heads at both ends of the bone.
The membrane around the shaft of a long bone is called a (n) endosteum.
The main portion or shaft of a long bone is called the diaphysis.
The compact bone. :)
It's a Compact bone and is the hard material that makes up the shaft of long bones and the outside surfaces of other bones.
Epiphyseal means pertaining to the rounded end of a long bone.
The diaphysis is the shaft of the long bone.
The shaft (or diaphysis) of the long bone is made of compact bone.
The epiphysis is the end of the long bone whereas the diaphysis is the shaft or body.
The head of the long bone is called the Epiphyseal.The long bone constists of a diaphysis and an epiphysis. The ends are epiphysis and the shaft is diaphysis.