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An Atlas of Human Anatomy for Students and Physicians. New York. The Macmillan Co . plne of the tlbl& , Tuberculum intercondyloideum mediale htern&l tubel'Ollt, Candylus medialis THE DEVELOPMENT OF BONE In the various sites where bones are to form, the mesenchyme of that area begins to differentiate into cartilage with a surround ing membrane called the perichondrium. Cartilage grows by one of two methods: 1 . Interstitial growth , in which the cartilage cells themselves retain their capacity to divide.
Whalen, R. E . , Starmer, C. , and McIntosh, H. : Electrical hazards associated with cardiac pacemaking. Ann. Y. Acad. Sci. , 1 1 1:922-93 1 , 1964. 35 3 The Development of Bone �U"'f--t- CALC I F I E D C A R T I L A G E SPACES I N B R E A K I N G - DOWN INVADING BLOOD V E SSE L CALC I F I E D CART I L AG E ��"'IIl----1r- I NVAS 10 N OF BLOOD V E S S E L S A N D OSTEOBLASTS OF P E R I O STEAL BUD lI---t- DIAPHYSEAL Osteoblasts, the cells responsible for the deposition of bone, are normally differentiated from mesenchyme in two kinds of en vironment: In the first, exemplified by the skull, they form within fibroblastic and collagenous membranes - and bone formed i n such an environment i s called intramembranous ossification.