What is the primary functions of lacunae?


The primary function of the lacunae is to contain cartilage and bone cells.
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Bone lacuna is a small cavity within the bone matrix, containing an osteocyte; from it
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There are different types of functions of an osteocyte in the human body. It is found in the flattened lacunae of bone tissues. It is responsible for turnover ...
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