What are the parts of the Haversian System?

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clorcide, but due to the biologically physical state of the unatamy, it is quite confusing and complex, the other parts are Fuc then next part is kyo and the final part is u!
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Haversian system
NOUN [(SOMETIMES LOWERCASE) ANATOMY]
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a Haversian canal and the series of concentric bony plates surrounding it.
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n. A structural unit of bone consisting of a Haversian canal and corresponding lamellae of compact bone.
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A Haversian system is a Haversian canal and the series of concentric bony plates
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Bone is mineralized connective tissue. Cells called osteocytes deposit a matrix of collagen and calcium-phosphate which harden to form crystals of a substance called hydroxyapatite.
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