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Bone Marrow

 Bone marrow is found in the medullary holes – the focuses of bones. The bone marrow is the place flowing platelets are created – a procedure known as haematopoiesis. Right off the bat in a human's life, this happens in numerous bones, yet during advancement haematopoiesis progressively fixates on level bones so that by adolescence, blood creation happens dominatingly in the sternum, vertebrae, iliac bones and ribs. Bone marrow experiencing haematopoiesis is hued red because of the nearness of red platelets, while bone marrow that isn't experiencing haematopoiesis is yellow. The red marrow comprises of long trabeculae (pillar like structures) inside a wipe like reticular system. Spaces around this structure are loaded up with fat cells, stromal fibroblasts and platelet forerunners

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