indirect ossification

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Development of a bone by the transformation of foetal cartilage into bony material. After birth, the growth areas of the bone are confined to epiphyseal plates of cartilage, which generate new cells. At maturity, the plates themselves become ossified and the bone can no longer grow in length.

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