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In his study of centres of ossification, Owen made in point of theory a distinct advance on his predecessors.
FORM AND FUNCTIONE. S. (EDWARD STUART) RUSSELL
When ossification sets in, the ear-capsule forms three bones, of which two fuse with the supraoccipital and exoccipitals.
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The foundations of the skull are now complete, and ossification gradually sets in.
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Three rings of bone forming three more or less complete vertebræ are the final result of ossification.
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In the same way the process of ossification supplants the cartilaginous skeleton.
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This ossification is evidently that shown in Notobatrachus as "coracoid."
It is a case of that ossification which occurs round the healing of an actual fracture; the story had broken down and been mended.
We think we may say, too, that in the vast majority of cases the ossification of the cartilage commences in its anterior half.
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The ossification of conditions increased, but the general impoverishment increased likewise.
The mental stultification which begins in youth reaches ossification as men grow older.
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