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Solar Systems Collision, Unframed HistoArt®, Bone, Microscopic Image, Histology, Histological Section, Body Tissues and Organs

Solar Systems Collision, Unframed HistoArt®, Bone, Microscopic Image, Histology, Histological Section, Body Tissues and Organs

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Height: 10.75 Inches
  • Width: 13.75 Inches
  • Favorited by: 3 people
  • Gift message available
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From Duluth, MN

Description

• Image (unframed) size: 13.75" x 10.75"
• Suggested framed picture size: 16" x 20"
• Suggested frame: black matte metal with double mat (white on black)
• Printer: Canon PIXMA PRO 100 Ink Jet Printer
• Paper used for prints: Canon Pro Luster Paper
• Printer Inks: Canon PIXMA ChromaLife 100+ inks
• Vignette: a short vignette telling something about the HistoArt® picture plus a small copy of the original histology image from which the HistoArt® picture was derived (see 2nd image above) is included in the shipping

Vignette Text:

“Solar Systems Collision”

Compact Bone

Bone is a specialized connective tissue that forms the bulk of our skeleton, serves to protect many of our internal organs, and is a major storage site for much of the body’s calcium and phosphorus. It is a dynamic living tissue that is constantly being remodeled. The 3 major cell types found in bone are called osteoblasts (the cells that form bone), osteocytes (the cells that get trapped in the bony substance but help maintain it in a healthy state) and osteoclasts (the cells that resorb bone). A fine balance between osteoblast deposition of bone and osteoclast resorption of bone permits bone to be remodeled and renewed. Compact bone has numerous Haversian systems (osteons) where the bony material is laid down in concentric rings (lamellae) around bundles of arteries, veins, and nerves.
• Image (unframed) size: 13.75" x 10.75"
• Suggested framed picture size: 16" x 20"
• Suggested frame: black matte metal with double mat (white on black)
• Printer: Canon PIXMA PRO 100 Ink Jet Printer
• Paper used for prints: Canon Pro Luster Paper
• Printer Inks: Canon PIXMA ChromaLife 100+ inks
• Vignette: a short vignette telling something about the HistoArt® picture plus a small copy of the original histology image from which the HistoArt® picture was derived (see 2nd image above) is included in the shipping

Vignette Text:

“Solar Systems Collision”

Compact Bone

Bone is a specialized connective tissue that forms the bulk of our skeleton, serves to protect many of our internal organs, and is a major storage site for much of the body’s calcium and phosphorus. It is a dynamic living tissue that is constantly being remodeled. The 3 major cell types found in bone are called osteoblasts (the cells that form bone), osteocytes (the cells that get trapped in the bony substance but help maintain it in a healthy state) and osteoclasts (the cells that resorb bone). A fine balance between osteoblast deposition of bone and osteoclast resorption of bone permits bone to be remodeled and renewed. Compact bone has numerous Haversian systems (osteons) where the bony material is laid down in concentric rings (lamellae) around bundles of arteries, veins, and nerves.

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