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The Skeletal System by Jim Alton Lesson 2
The Skeletal System Objectives – Name the major groups of the skeletal system. Identify bones using common and scientific names. List the locations of all bones.
The Skeletal System NJCCCS 5.5 Resources www.training.seer.cancer.gov www.biologydaily.com
Axial Skeleton - Skull Cranium (Skull)
Axial Skeleton - Skull Maxilla (Upper Jaw) Mandible (Lower Jaw)
Axial Skeleton – Vertibral Column Vertebrae (Spine)
Axial Skeleton – Thoracic Cage Sternum (Breast Bone) Xiphoid Process Ribs
Appendicular Skeleton - Pectoral girdles Scapula (Shoulder Blade) Clavicle (Collarbone)
Appendicular Skeleton - Upper Extremity Humerus (Upper arm) Ulna Radius Carpals (Wrist) Metacarpals (Hand) Phalanges (Fingers)
Appendicular Skeleton - Pelvic Girdle Pelvis (hips)
Appendicular Skeleton - Lower Extremity Femur (Thighbone) Patella (Kneecap) Tibia (Shinbone) Fibula (Lower leg bone) Tarsals (Ankle) Metatarsals (Foot) Phalanges (Toes)
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A B D C Correctly identify #2. (Lower Jaw) clavicle radius mandible carpals
A B D C Correctly identify #3. (Collarbone) phalanges metacarpals radius clavicle
A B D C Correctly identify #5. (Upper arm) tarsals humerus phalanges fibula
A B D C Correctly identify #9. (Lower Arm) humerus fibula radius sternum
A B D C Correctly identify #11. (Wrist) carpals phalanges radius mandible
A B D C Correctly identify #13. (Fingers) metatarsals phalanges tarsals patella
A B D C Correctly identify#15. (Kneecap) tibia metacarpals femur patella
A B D C Correctly identify #16. (Shinbone) humerus tibia carpals femur
A B D C Correctly identify #18. (Ankle) tarsals mandible patella metacarpals
A B D C Correctly identify #19. (Instep) ulna fibula metatarsals metacarpals
A B D C Correctly identify #20. (Toes) femur phalanges sternum metacarpals
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Copyright © 2003 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Benjamin Cummings The Skeletal System.
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