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In the spaces between the trabeculae is the bone marrow.
Classification as to Structure: a. Spongy - made up of bony processes called trabeculae giving it a porous appearance; found in the epiphysis and metaphysic of long bones, diploe of flat bones and in the medullary cavities b.
Majumdar's method is to churn through the data to identify patterns in how the trabeculae — the material inside bone — changes in people who have diseases like osteoporosis and arthritis.
This image of a human vertebra shows the internal microstructure of bone, called the trabeculae.
Basal hornbills, which probably include the ground hornbills (read on), have a small casque that is often little more than a mid-line dorsal ridge on the bill, but in more derived forms it is a large, mostly hollow structures supported internally by strut-like trabeculae (Kemp 1995): for images of sectioned casques go here.
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