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Human bone has a different type of structure from faunal bone; these differences include the patterning of the: A. osteons B. plexus C. cremains D. assemblage
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User: Human bone has a different type of structure from faunal bone; these differences include the patterning of the: A. osteons B. plexus C. cremains D. assemblage

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Human bone has a different type of structure from faunal bone; these differences include the patterning of the: osteons.
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