osteonal bone

osteonal bone

[os′tē·ō′nəl]
bone tissue composed of tiny chalky tubes with an arteriole running down the middle and circular laminations of bone concentric with an artery. It is seen in mature adults.
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Human osteonal bone is an example of a transversely isotropic material because it has the same Young's modulus in all transverse directions, but has a higher Young's modulus in the longitudinal direction.
The development of OS in dog osteonal bones is more closely aligned to human OS.