What type of rings are osteon made up of, and what are the chambers called that they house? What is found in these chambers?
Bone is not solid like a rock, but has a complex internal structure.
Osteons (or Haversian systems) are the circular columns that are found in compact bone. If you look at microscopic views in cross-sections, the osteons look like the rings in tree trunks. The attached file osteon.jpg shows an ...
This solution discusses the type of rings osteon are composed of and their chambers.