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Sometimes detail can be seen at a resolution of a micron or so, such as the cross-striations on enamel prisms, which probably arise from calcium fluorescence radiation from the layer of enamel in immediate contact with the emulsion. Lm), with the emulsion some distance away to give geometrical magnification. The resolution is now no longer limited by the photographic emulsion, but the finite wavelength of the X-rays can cause Fresnel Microradiography and Microtomography 49 diffraction fringes around the edges of objects (Cosslett and Nixon, 1960; Hobdell and Braden, 1971).
Mineral The mineral phase is a complex inorganic crystalline salt, consisting mainly Histology of Mineralised Tissues 25 of calcium and phosphorus, which most closely resembles the mineral hydroxyapatite. , mineralised bone) (Anderson, 1982; Revell, 1983). , 1984), etc. Despite the availability of these techniques, for reasons of ease of tissue handling, most bone is decalcified in acid or chelating agents, such as EDTA, prior to histological examination, but in so doing much of the information potentially available within the specimen is lost.
And Arnaud, C. D. (1982). Parathyroid hormone receptor in intact embryonic chick bones: characterisation and cellular localisation. J. , 94, 379-86 Vanderwiel, C. J. (1980). An ultrastructural study of the components which make up the resting surface of bone. Metab. Bone Dis. Rei. , 25, 109-16 3 Scanning X-ray microradiography and microtomography of calcified tissues J. C. Elliott, P. Anderson, R. D. Dover INTRODUCTION The rigidity of a calcified tissue derives almost entirely from its mineral content.