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When the blood level of the active metabolite of vitamin D3 was set to one-tenth of its norm, the rate of compact bone resorption changed only slightly.
      
A summary of results of investigations by the author and a brief review of some literature data on human bone tissue deprived of mechanical loading (spaceflight, hypokinesia) is given.
      
The direction and markedness of changes in bone mass-the bone mineral density and the bone mineral content-in different skeletal segments depend on their position relative to the gravity vector.
      
A theoretically expected bone mass reduction was revealed in the trabecular structures of the bones of the lower part of the skeleton (local osteopenia).
      
In the upper part of the skeleton, an increase in the bone mineral content is observed, which is considered as a secondary response and is due to redistribution of body fluids cephalad.
      
The sodium-storing processes activated under these conditions might be localized in bone, connective tissue (skin), or cartilage.
      
Biochemical Markers of Bone Tissue Metabolism in Cosmonauts after a Prolonged Spaceflight
      
Flight factors had an impact on calcium and bone tissue metabolism after a flight.
      
The prevalence of resorption over the formation of new bone tissue was observed in the early rehabilitation period, when the hormonal system maintaining calcium homeostasis was activated.
      
A set of procedures was developed for the electron probe X-ray microanalysis (EPMA) of fish and animal bone tissues, solid snow sediments, and coal ashes.
      
The obtained results have made it possible to reconstruct paleotectonic and paleogeographic conditions of the formation of orebodies, as well as the mechanism for the accumulation of metalliferous bone detritus.
      
Uranium and Thorium in Phosphatic Bone Debris from the Ocean Bottom
      
Therefore, one can suggest that only a minor amount of phosphorus is bound in bone debris.
      
The low concentration of bone debris phosphorus is a result of relatively high sedimentation rates in the Atlantic, as compared with those in pelagic regions of the Pacific.
      
Mineral and chemical compositions of bone phosphate were studied in two samples from the outer Namibian shelf sediments composed of fish skull fragments and whale ribbon.
      
The evolution of bone phosphate during fossilization consists in transition from primary hydroxylapatite to a gel-type material, which subsequently becomes globular and crystallizes as fluorcarbonate-apatite crystallites.
      
It includes unique sediments composed of fish bone detritus (FBD) and iron sulfides with high contents of REE, U, Sc, Re, Ni, Co, Mo, and other elements.
      
The outer shelf zone with islands and shoals includes metalliferous fish bone detritus and iron sulfide deposits.
      
Consequently, metalliferous sediments ceased to accumulate in the northern shelf area, but bone-sulfide deposits could accumulate in the southern part of the basin along the Caucasian archipelago.
      
The structure of bone detritus and iron sulfide deposits is scrutinized based on the abundant analytical data on their component composition and metal potential.
      
 

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