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Long Bone Bone Development Bone Functions Fractures & Stuff Vertebral Column 100 200 300 400 100 200 300 400 200 300 400 200 300 400 100
Bone Terminology Thoracic Cage Homeostasis The Human Skeleton Potpourri 200 400 600 800 200 400 600 800 400 600 800 400 600 800 F.J.
The Shaft of a long bone. 100 Answer
What is the DIAPHYSIS? 100
The soft connective tissue that makes blood cells. 200 Answer
What is RED MARROW? 200
The fibrous membrane that lines the interior of the medullary cavity. 300 Answer
What is the ENDOSTEUM? 300
Blood vessels that run transversely use this canal. 400 Answer
What is VOLKMANN’S CANAL? 400
This is the location of the primary ossification center. 100 Answer
What is the DIAPHYSIS, or SHAFT? 100
Cells that lay-down bone material (build bone). 200 Answer
What are OSTEOBLASTS? 200
Another name for the growth plates. 300 Answer
What are the EPIPHYSEAL PLATES? 300
Broad flat bones that form between layers of connective tissue (bones of the cranium for example). 400 Answer
What are INTRAMEMBRANOUS BONES? 400
Bones store these. 100 Answer
What are INORGANIC SALTS? 100
Bones function to support and do this. 200 Answer
What is protect internal organs? 200
SKIP THIS ONE 300 Answer
SKIP THIS ONE 300
hematopoiesis (marrow performs this) 400 Answer
What is produce blood cells? 400
Looks like a corkscrew. 100 Answer
What is SPIRAL? 100
Bone is blasted into several pieces. 200 Answer
What is COMMINUTED? 200
Young endochondral bones incompletely broken (partially bent). 300 Answer
What is GREENSTICK? 300
Bone disorder that post-menopausal women are prone to have. 400 Answer
What is OSTEOPOROSIS? 400
This part of a vertebra supports the weight. 100 Answer
What is the BODY? 100
The number of cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacrum, and coccyx bones, respectively. 200 Answer
What are 7, 12, 5, 5 fused, and 4 fused? 200
The location of most back injuries. 300 Answer
Where is LUMBAR? 300
The toothlike structure that sticks up on C2, and the other name for C2, respectively. 400 Answer
What is the ODONTOID PROCESS & AXIS? 400
A prominent projection 200 Answer
What is a PROCESS? 200
A rounded process that looks like a knuckle. 400 Answer
What is a CONDYLE? 400
A shallow depression and a deep depression, respectively. 600 Answer
What is a FOVEA and FOSSA? 600
Soft spot in an infantile skull 800 Answer
What is a FONTANELLE? 800
The total number of ribs in a normal body. 200 Answer
What is 24? 200
The inferior-most five ribs. 400 Answer
What are the FALSE RIBS? 400
Number of pairs of true ribs. 600 Answer
What is 7? 600
The parts of the sternum, from superior to inferior. 800 Answer
What are the MANUBRIUM, BODY, and XIPHOID PROCESS 800
Inorganic salt (ion) necessary for muscles, and nerves to function; stored in bones. 200 Answer
What is CALCIUM (Ca 2+ )? 200
MAIN hormone which lowers blood calcium levels. 400 Answer
What is CALCITONIN. 400
Hormone responsible for breaking- down bone. 600 Answer
What is PTH? 600
The term for deposition and resorption occurring throughout an individual’s lifetime. 800 Answer
What is BONE REMODELLING? 800
The part of the skeleton dealing with the arms and legs. 200 Answer
What is the APPENDICULAR SKELETON? 200
The common name for the tarsals. 400 Answer
What are the ANKLE BONES? 400
The technical name for the hip bones. 600 Answer
What are the coxal bones? 600
The bone that forms the posterior and inferior cranium, through which foramen magnum runs 800 Answer
What is the OCCIPITAL? 800
Activated by sunlight and necessary for the absorption of calcium from the small intestine. 200 Answer
What is a VITAMIN D? 200
These two joints are only located at the base of your thumbs. 400 Answer
What is a SADDLE JOINT? 400
Another name for a joint between bones. 600 Answer
What is an ARTICULATION? 600
The bony chambers that surround the Haversian canals and contain osteocytes. 800 Answer
What are the LACUNAE? 800
FINAL JEOPARDY Category: Parts of a long bone Answer
Sketch a long bone and label 11 regions with correct anatomical terms.
Long Bone Bone Development Bone Functions Types of Joints Vertebral Column
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HAP Chapter 7.1 – 7.5 Notes. I. Introduction A. Living…not dead B. Functions… 1. structure 2. attachment for muscles 3. protection 4. produce blood cells.
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BONE TISSUE DEVELOPMENT and GROWTH. FUNCTIONS Support/Movement Protection Mineral reservoir Site of blood cell production Storage of fat.
Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals Skeletal System Anatomy and Physiology Flash Cards.
Ch. 7 – The Skeletal System. Introduction Bones are ALIVE They have many functions There are a total of 206 bones in the human body.
The Skeletal System. Parts of the skeletal system Bones (skeleton) Joints Cartilages Ligaments (bone to bone)(tendon=bone to muscle) Divided.
Skeletal System Bones, joints, cartilage, ligaments Two subdivisions Axial Bones forming the longitudinal axis of body Appendicular Bones of.
SKELETAL SYSTEM. Functions of the Skeletal System Bones are made of OSSEOUS TISSUE Support and Protection Body Movement Blood Cell Formation Storage of.
Hyaline: support and flexibility Articular cartilage Costal cartilage Laryngeal cartilage Tracheal cartilage Nasal cartilage Epiphyseal plate.
SKELETAL SYSTEM. Functions of the Skeletal System Bones are made of OSSEOUS TISSUE Support Protection Movement Blood cell formation (bone marrow) - hematopoeisis.
Chapter 11 Skeletal System. Points to Ponder What are the 5 functions of the skeletal system? What are the parts of a long bone? How do bones grow, remodel.
The Skeletal System AP Biology. Divisions of the Skeletal System Subdivided into two divisions: Axial Skeleton – bones that form the longitudinal axis.
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Bone Tissue Chapter 6. Functions of Bone Support - surrounding tissue Protect - vital organs and other tissues Movement - attachment for muscles Mineral.
Skeletal System. Functions Support Protection Movement Storage Hemopoiesis.
Chapter 7 Key Terms 1 AtlasAxis ClavicleLacunae LamellaLigaments OssificationSuture Red Bone MarrowForamen Yellow Bone MarrowTendon OsteoblastOsteoclast.
Axial skeleton – bones of the skull, vertebral column, and rib cage 80 bones make up the Axial Skeleton Appendicular skeleton – bones of the upper.
Locomotion and Support Systems 1Outline Diversity of Skeletons Hydrostatic Skeleton Exoskeletons Endoskeletons Human Skeletal System Axial Skeleton.
Skeleton Chapter 7. Skeletal System The bones of your skeleton are called OSSEUS TISSUE. Bone tissue is a type of connective tissue. Your skeleton performs.
Skeletal System Bones are living organs made up of several different types of tissue Bone tissue Cartilage Dense connective tissue Blood Nervous tissue.
Skeletal System Textbook: Chapter 7. Functions A.Support – frame on which everything else builds B.Protection – skull and thorax C.Movement – connections.
The Skeletal System Health Sciences Diane A. Young.
Functions of the Human Skeleton Support and protect body organs Provide movement Contain red marrow, the site of blood cell production Stores calcium,
The Skeletal System Chapter 6. The Skeletal System The skeletal system includes: Bones Cartilages Joints (articulations) Ligaments Other connective.
Skeletal System Chapter 5. carpals metacarpals sternum mandible humerus cranium.
SKELETAL SYSTEM the bones of your skeleton OSSEUS TISSUE-Bone tissue is a type of connective tissue. Your skeleton performs several important functions.
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Unit 5: The Skeletal System Ch. 7. General Organization 206 bones* Axial Skeleton – down the center Axial Skeleton – down the center Skull Skull Cranium.
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Unit 5 Skeletal System Introduction: A.Bones are very active tissues B.Each bone is made up of several types of tissues which makes it an organ.
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