In which bones can bone marrow chiefly be found? Is the bone marrow made of osseous tissue?

11 months ago
Biology

Bone marrow can mainly be found in the internal cavities of flat bones, like the vertebrae, the ribs, the scapulae, the sternum and the hips.

The bone marrow is not made of osseous tissue, although it is a connective tissue as bone tissue is.

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Dipti KC
May 24, 2023
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