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What is homeostasis in a bone?

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A bone supports homeostasis by storing and releasing calcium when needed. Red bone marrow contributes to the homeostasis of red & white blood cells, platelets, & immune cells. The osteoblasts and osteoclasts help balance bone structure under stress.

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