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Is it osteoblasts or chondrocytes?
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Type 1 collagen is present in Bone. The type of collagen present in cartilage is Type 2. And by week 4 the callus is replaced gradually by lamellar bone. So I think the answer is Osteoblasts.
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I think it is E osteoblast, type I collagen synthesis in bone
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In the initial stages of matrix formation in bones the osteoblast have the role of secreating Type 1 collagen.


The answer is probably is E -Osteoblasts
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Is it osteoblasts or chondrocytes?

I just took the A&P course and I believed that is the stimulations of osteoblast to produce collagen and the deposition of calcium for osification ,condrocites are cell trap in the carltilage that maintain the medium and eventually die to be reemplace by bone.
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I just took the A&P course and I believed that is the stimulations of osteoblast to produce collagen and the deposition of calcium for osification ,condrocites are cell trap in the carltilage that maintain the medium and eventually die to be reemplace by bone.
Thanks for the info but what is A&P course
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Thanks for the info but what is A&P course
stand for Anatomy and Physiology.
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