Structural Development of Bone in the Rat Under Earth Gravity, Simulated Weightlessness, Hypergravity and Mechanical Vibration, Volume 1823
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1971 - Bones - 141 pages
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12 hours 140 AGE days 2.5g hypergravity analysis of Section AREA BETWEEN FEMUR ash and calcium ash content body weight bone ash bone density bone development calcium content cast centrifugation Chronic exposure chronic vibration Compositional analysis Compressive spring constant content of bone diaphysis distal end dry fat free earth gravity exposure to earth exposure to hypergravity exposure to vibration fat free bone femur and tibia femur at earth femur during immobilization FEMUR SECTIONS five weeks free leg function of age functions of body gravity and hypergravity hip joint histological hypergravity and vibration IMMOB immobilization and subsequent immobilized bone knee joint l.Og measured microhardness modulus of elasticity normal aging osteoporosis periosteum porosity properties of bone radiographic rats Section 1 hip Section 5 knee shown in Figure Solidity of bone specimen subsequent exposure tetracycline tibia during immobilization torsional spring constant Velocity of sound vivo volume and density weightlessness