Definition of Bone cell
1. Noun. A cell that is part of a bone.
Generic synonyms: Somatic Cell, Vegetative Cell
Specialized synonyms: Megakaryocyte, Osteoclast, Osteocyte
Medical Definition of Bone cell
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Literary usage of Bone cell
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1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1916)
"Whether the lacunar space occupied by the wornout bone cell is to be occupied by the new bone cell is not known, although after taking into consideration ..."
2. Osteoporosis Research, Education and Health Promotion (1993)
"Influence of Mechanical Loads on bone cell Function The general form of each bone, its attachments, and its anatomical relationships are all genetically ..."
3. The Principles of Pathologic Histology by Frank Burr Mallory (1914)
"If a fibroblast has turned into a cartilage cell it is rarely or never converted into a bone cell. Instead, the cartilage cell degenerates and disappears ..."
4. The Microscopic Anatomy of the Human Body, in Health and Disease by Arthur Hill Hassall, Henry Vanarsdale (1852)
"From the margins of each bone cell proceed a number of branched canals, which, ... The size of the bone cell throughout the whole of osseous vertebrate ..."
5. A Manual of Dental Anatomy, Human and Comparative by Charles Sissmore Tomes (1890)
"The bone- cell and the space in which it lies become branched. For a row of osteoblasts we then find a row of oblong or round territories, each composed of ..."
6. Elements of Histology by Edward Klein (1884)
"In the bone matrix, each lacuna contains also a nucleated protoplasmic cell, called the bone cell, which, however, does not fill it completely. ..."
7. The Microscope and Microscopical Technology: A Textbook for Physicians and by Heinrich Frey (1880)
"... bone-cell ; /. an opened cartilage capsule with an embedded bone-cell ; g, t partially filled cavity, externally with ..."