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Major Submembranous Site of Osteoclasts?

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The major submembranous sites of osteoclasts are the endosteum and periosteum. The periosteum protects bones. The endosteum provides nutrition to osseous tissue and also helps with repair and growth.
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Like the. periosteum. the. endosteum. contains both osteoblasts and osteoclasts.
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yes it is : they are bone building and bone destroying cells.
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A major submembranous site of osteoclasts is periosteum. The periosteum is a think layer of connective tissue that is vascular that encases the bones, but it doesn't ...
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