a bone that develops from cartilage.
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- cartier, jacques,
- cartier-bresson, henri,
- cartilage capsule,
- cartilage cell,
- cartilage lacuna,
- cartilage matrix,
- cartilage of nasal septum
Compare membrane bone.
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any bone that develops within cartilage rather than in a fibrous tissue membraneCompare membrane bone
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A bone that develops in the region of a cartilage after the cartilage is partially or completely destroyed.endochondral bone
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