How does the structure of skeletal tissues correspond to their functions?

Skeletal tissues are subdivided into cartilage and bone. Cartilage consists of cartilage cells and a large amount of dense intercellular substance. This structure is fully consistent with their functions: cartilage tissue forms the cartilage of the auricles, airways, intervertebral discs, covers the articular surfaces of bones. Bone tissue is the bone plate between which cells lie. It performs the function of support and protection, plays an important role in the metabolism of minerals.

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