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1 Long Bone Bone Development Bone Functions Fractures & Stuff Vertebral Column

2 Bone Terminology Thoracic Cage Homeostasis The Human Skeleton Potpourri F.J.

3 The Shaft of a long bone. 100 Answer

4 What is the DIAPHYSIS? 100

5 The soft connective tissue that makes blood cells. 200 Answer

6 What is RED MARROW? 200

7 The fibrous membrane that lines the interior of the medullary cavity. 300 Answer

8 What is the ENDOSTEUM? 300

9 Blood vessels that run transversely use this canal. 400 Answer

10 What is VOLKMANN’S CANAL? 400

11 This is the location of the primary ossification center. 100 Answer

12 What is the DIAPHYSIS, or SHAFT? 100

13 Cells that lay-down bone material (build bone). 200 Answer

14 What are OSTEOBLASTS? 200

15 Another name for the growth plates. 300 Answer

16 What are the EPIPHYSEAL PLATES? 300

17 Broad flat bones that form between layers of connective tissue (bones of the cranium for example). 400 Answer

18 What are INTRAMEMBRANOUS BONES? 400

19 Bones store these. 100 Answer

20 What are INORGANIC SALTS? 100

21 Bones function to support and do this. 200 Answer

22 What is protect internal organs? 200

23 SKIP THIS ONE 300 Answer

24 SKIP THIS ONE 300

25 hematopoiesis (marrow performs this) 400 Answer

26 What is produce blood cells? 400

27 Looks like a corkscrew. 100 Answer

28 What is SPIRAL? 100

29 Bone is blasted into several pieces. 200 Answer

30 What is COMMINUTED? 200

31 Young endochondral bones incompletely broken (partially bent). 300 Answer

32 What is GREENSTICK? 300

33 Bone disorder that post-menopausal women are prone to have. 400 Answer

34 What is OSTEOPOROSIS? 400

35 This part of a vertebra supports the weight. 100 Answer

36 What is the BODY? 100

37 The number of cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacrum, and coccyx bones, respectively. 200 Answer

38 What are 7, 12, 5, 5 fused, and 4 fused? 200

39 The location of most back injuries. 300 Answer

40 Where is LUMBAR? 300

41 The toothlike structure that sticks up on C2, and the other name for C2, respectively. 400 Answer

42 What is the ODONTOID PROCESS & AXIS? 400

43 A prominent projection 200 Answer

44 What is a PROCESS? 200

45 A rounded process that looks like a knuckle. 400 Answer

46 What is a CONDYLE? 400

47 A shallow depression and a deep depression, respectively. 600 Answer

48 What is a FOVEA and FOSSA? 600

49 Soft spot in an infantile skull 800 Answer

50 What is a FONTANELLE? 800

51 The total number of ribs in a normal body. 200 Answer

52 What is 24? 200

53 The inferior-most five ribs. 400 Answer

54 What are the FALSE RIBS? 400

55 Number of pairs of true ribs. 600 Answer

56 What is 7? 600

57 The parts of the sternum, from superior to inferior. 800 Answer

58 What are the MANUBRIUM, BODY, and XIPHOID PROCESS 800

59 Inorganic salt (ion) necessary for muscles, and nerves to function; stored in bones. 200 Answer

60 What is CALCIUM (Ca 2+ )? 200

61 MAIN hormone which lowers blood calcium levels. 400 Answer

62 What is CALCITONIN. 400

63 Hormone responsible for breaking- down bone. 600 Answer

64 What is PTH? 600

65 The term for deposition and resorption occurring throughout an individual’s lifetime. 800 Answer

66 What is BONE REMODELLING? 800

67 The part of the skeleton dealing with the arms and legs. 200 Answer

68 What is the APPENDICULAR SKELETON? 200

69 The common name for the tarsals. 400 Answer

70 What are the ANKLE BONES? 400

71 The technical name for the hip bones. 600 Answer

72 What are the coxal bones? 600

73 The bone that forms the posterior and inferior cranium, through which foramen magnum runs 800 Answer

74 What is the OCCIPITAL? 800

75 Activated by sunlight and necessary for the absorption of calcium from the small intestine. 200 Answer

76 What is a VITAMIN D? 200

77 These two joints are only located at the base of your thumbs. 400 Answer

78 What is a SADDLE JOINT? 400

79 Another name for a joint between bones. 600 Answer

80 What is an ARTICULATION? 600

81 The bony chambers that surround the Haversian canals and contain osteocytes. 800 Answer

82 What are the LACUNAE? 800

83 FINAL JEOPARDY Category: Parts of a long bone Answer

84 Sketch a long bone and label 11 regions with correct anatomical terms.


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