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What is the long middle piece of a long bone called?
Identify the bone marking term A canal like passageway
What type of cell builds bone?
Identify the Structures A B C
These are tiny canals that extend from the lacunae 5
Which two functional joint types allow for minimal or no movement?
What is appositional growth?
How will osteoclasts effect blood calcium level?
What type of fracture has occurred? What bone has been broken?
List the five types of synovial joints. 10
Identify the bone marking term An arm like bar of bone
Identify the structures B A
What are the five functions of bones?
Your skeleton is classified into two sections, identify the name of each section.
Identify the bone marking term A narrow slit-like opening 15
What type of fracture has occurred? What bone has been broken?
You find a bone that is from the vertebral column. You notice that the bone looks like a giraffe and its spinous process is pointing down. What type of vertebrate did you find?
Draw a picture of your arm. Identify the three bones.
Draw a picture that represents a comminuted fracture.
What two types of synovial joints will you find in the hand? 20
All bone begins as this substance
What part of a long bone would be covered in articular cartilage?
Superiorly to inferiorly, identify the five different areas of the vertebral column.
Identify the four types of bones and provide an example for each.
What type of synovial joint is the elbow? 25
What is yellow marrow mainly made of? Where in the bone is it found?
Why do children tend to have more red marrow than adults?
Joints are structurally classified into what three categories?
Draw a picture of a long bone. Label the epiphyses and diaphysis.
What is the covering of a bone called? 30
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The Skeletal System Parts of the skeletal system Bones (skeleton) Joints Cartilages Ligaments Two subdivisions of the skeleton Axial skeleton.
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Bone Structure. Long Bone Anatomy Diaphysis – Shaft -Composed of compact bone Epiphysis – Ends – Spongy bone surrounded by compact bone Periosteum – Fibrous.
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Gross Anatomy of a Long Bone Microscopic Anatomy Bone Markings Pages
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The Skeletal System Chapter 6. The Skeletal System The skeletal system includes: Bones Cartilages Joints (articulations) Ligaments Other connective.
Bones: Tissue and Organ Bones can be referred to as either a tissue (osseous) or an organ –Bone referred to as a connective tissue consists of: cells extracellular.
The Skeletal System Slide 5.1 Copyright © 2003 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Benjamin Cummings Parts of the skeletal system Bones (skeleton)
Skeletal System: Day Two Long Bone Anatomy, Microscopic Anatomy, Bone Composition, and Joint Anatomy.
Chapter 5 :The Skeleton Part A Lecture Notes. The Skeletal System ***Quiz 1 Info Parts of the skeletal system Bones (skeleton) Joints Cartilages Ligaments.
Anatomy & Physiology Ms. Figueroa Fall Objectives: 1. Name 5 functions of the skeletal system 2. Describe the anatomy of a long bone 3. Describe.
Bones Structure and Function. Skeletal System Organization System = Skeletal Organs = Bones Each bone is an individual organ Work together as.
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Notes 13-2 The Skeletal System. Bones A Newborn has about 275 bones, but an adult has about 206 bones Some bones fuse together as you grow Bones are hard.
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Skeletal System. Functions of the Skeletal System THINK! – What are the four levels of organization? Cells, Tissues, Organs, Organ Systems Provides shape.
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