The main difference between the outside and inside of bone is; the inside of a bone is bone mallow, whereas the outside of a bone is covered by flesh.
The bone on the inside forearm (near the thumb) is the radius; the one on the outside of the forearm is the ulna.
The outside is a bone which is hard
Muscles are on the outside of the bone.
yes, i think. how can it be call bone cells if its outside the bone??
compact bone is around the edge of the bone and like the name suggests it is compact (more dense and harder) the spongey (trabeculae) bone is porous, it is also in the middle of bones. Compact bone is on outside and spongy bone is in the inside lol
compact bone is located on the outside of the long bone, it surrounds the spongy bone
bone, fat, flesh and fur on the outside. bone, fat, flesh and fur on the outside.
no it is found outside and around the bone.
The skin of the bone is called the periosteum
Bone in means the wings have the bone in but without any breading on the outside. Bone out means exactly that and traditional means a bone in wing but with breading on the outside.
The epiphysis is the end of long bones and they are made of hard bone on the outside and spongy bone on the inside.
The anatomical name for the collar bone is the clavicle bone
Another name for compact bone is Dense bone
It is a large build up of bone on the outside of a bone or joint.
yes it covers the entire outside of the bone.
Veins and arteries don't enter bone. They are outside of bones. The only thing inside bone is bone marrow.
It is the long bone in your arm that runs from the thumb side of your wrist, up to your elbow, the inside bone. The outside bone is called the Ulna.
ligaments attach bone to bone