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Name That Bone JOINTS Connective Tissue Medical Terminology Harder Than Bone
The place where 2 or more bones meet is called?
The Hip Joint is an example of what kind of joint?
Ball & Socket
The Knee and Elbow are both examples of what type of joint?
The ankle and wrist are both examples of what type of joint?
The neck and radius are both examples of what type of joint?
Elastic bands of tissue that connect bone to bone and provide stability to the joint.
Bands of tissue that connect muscle to bone?
Soft gel like padding between bones that protect joints and help with movement?
Cardiac Muscle is also known as?
Smooth muscle is found in?
Organs/Esophagus Small & Large Intestines
Medical name for the skull is?
Medical name for the breastbone?
Medical name for the collar bone?
Medical name for the Knee Cap
Medical name for the Shoulder Blade
The strongest and longest bone in the body is?
Bone is made up of these 2 minerals
Calcium & Phosphate
Name 2 functions that bones provide for our bodies
1)Protect Organs 2) Support Body 3) Makes Blood Cells 4) Stores Minerals
The Smallest bone is located in the ear and is called the?
The only substance in the Human body that is Harder than bone
The amount of weight it takes to crack the Femur Bone?
1200 Pounds per Square Inch
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