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OpenStudy (anonymous):

how do bone cells adapt to their job

OpenStudy (anonymous):

well,the bone cells adapt to their job maybe because their adaptations allow them to perform only the tasks that they are designed to perform......

OpenStudy (anonymous):

This is a very brief question,this kind of relates too all cells and their function within an organism. But are you talking about osteocytes and how they adapt to their "job" by keeping it's hard structure, or how bone is remodelled by oseoclasts and osteoblasts? Certain cells with certain functions are created within the bone marrow of large bones. However, I am not quite sure as of what your question is trying to ask, could you please rephrase it?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

I think the point of this is that 'bone cells start off as pluripotent cells from the periosteum, differentiate into osteoblasts with the function of producing bone matrix and then as they become encased in the bone tissue they mature into osteocytes with the role of controlling the maintenance of the bone tissue

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