The following events apply to the endochondral ossification process as it occurs in the primary ossification center. Put these events in their proper order by assigning each a number (1–6).

The following events apply to the endochondral ossification process as it occurs in the primary ossification center. Put these events in their proper order by assigning each a number (1–6). (a) Cartilage in the diaphysis calcifies, and chondrocytes die and disintegrate, leaving cavities. (b) A collar of bone is laid down around the hyaline cartilage model just deep to the periosteum. (c) The periosteal bud invades the center of the diaphysis. (d) The perichondrium of shaft becomes more vascularized and becomes a periosteum. (e) Osteoblasts first deposit bone tissue around the cartilage spicules within the diaphysis. (f) Osteoclasts remove the bone from the center of the diaphysis, leaving a medullary cavity that then houses marrow.

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