Depends what type of bones you're talking about. Some are found at archeological sites, (such as prehistoric, or dinosaur bones), and others are found inside your body or the bodies of other living things.
Osteocytes are found in a special type of connective tissue called bone. It has a hard, calcified matrix [Ca3(PO4)2.(OH)2] with collagen fibers. Bone functions in protection, support, movement, as calcium store and hematopoiesis (blood cell production). It is also highly vascular and will heal rapidly.
Bones are made of dense connective tissue.
Bones are made up of bone tissue. Although there are several bone tissue structures.
Bone tissue is correctly referred to as osseous tissue.
Osseous tissue is a type of connective tissue.
Various connective tissues, nervous tissue, and epithelial.
Bones are located throughout the body.
embryonic connective tissue
inclusion /in·clu·sion/ (in-kloo´zhun) 1. the act of enclosing or the condition of being enclosed.2. anything that is enclosed; a cell inclusion.cell inclusion a usually lifeless, often temporary, constituent in the cytoplasm of a cell.dental inclusion1. a tooth so surrounded with bony tissue that it is unable to erupt.2. a cyst of oral soft tissue or bone.
No. No cell will be converted into another kind, ever (unless it is a stem cell) All tissues, such as blood (yes it is considered tissue) or bone, are continually broken down and replaced (not nervous tissue). The blood that is around the bone will be broken apart into its little pieces and digested. Some materials will be recycled and reused to make new cells, like proteins, and the rest will be excreted (through your pee.) Regardless of whether you break a bone or not, there are special cells that come around and break down your bone and replace it with new cells throughout your life. When your bone heals special cells are building up new bone to close the gap, but it does not use blood to do this.
What kind of tissue is found in the jaw bone, epithelial connective nerve or muscle?The kind of tissue found in the jaw bone is connective tissue.
A kind of elastic tissue
Connective tissue.... bone!
Each kind of cell has a unique characteristics such as shape, size, flexibility, color, and texture. Bone cells combine with other bone cells make bone tissue and so on.
Well, yes and no. A cell is singular pertaining to one living micro organism. However, many cells together as a faction is termed tissue. Examples are bone tissue and muscle tissue.
Bone cells are called osteocytes, and the matrix of the bone is made of calcium salts and collagen. Bone tissue is the major structural and supportive connective tissue of the body.
It is not a cell. It is a plant tissue which conducts water
The sternum is bone.
Bone and cartilage
The part of bone you are asking about is called compact bone, or cortical bone.