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skeletal system

Quiz 1 practice and labeling

hematopoiesis red blood cell formation occurs in the red bone marrow in the shaft of the long bone
osteoblasts bone building cells
osteoclasts bone destroying cells
sinuses fluid filled cavities in bones, used as a resonance chamber and to lighten the skull
epiphysis end of the long bone, Where growth in the long bone occurs
diaphysis shaft of the long bone, designed to break first is too much stress is put on a bone
long bone epiphysis, diaphysis, curved for strength, femur and humerus are examples
osteocytes bone cells
flat bones skull bones are examples
Created by: TeresaGentry