Bone modeling during growth: Dynamic strain equilibrium in the chick tibiotarsus

@article{Biewener1986BoneMD,
  title={Bone modeling during growth: Dynamic strain equilibrium in the chick tibiotarsus},
  author={Dr. Andrew A. Biewener and Sharon M. Swartz and John E. A. Bertram},
  journal={Calcified Tissue International},
  year={1986},
  volume={39},
  pages={390-395}
}
Bone loading was quantified, usingin vivo strain recordings, in the tibiotarsus of growing chicks at 4,8, 12, and 17 weeks of age. The animals were exercised on a treadmil at 35% of their maximum running speed for 15 minutes/day.In vivo bone strains were recorded at six sites on the tibiotarsus. Percentages of the bone's length and a percentage of top running speed were used to define functionally equivalent sites on the bone, and a consistent exercise level over the period of growth was… CONTINUE READING

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