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Mrs Fryer Bone test

Skeletal System

QuestionAnswer
Pelvis Ischium, ilieum, pubis
carpals hand
clavicle collar bone
Femur Thigh bone
patella Kneecap
phalanges Fingers and toes
Ulna and radius Arm
Tibia and fibula leg
Tarsals ankle
metatarsals Foot/ped
mental Forman Chin
mandible lower Jaw bone
maxillary upper Jaw bone
occipital Back of skull
temporal Aides of skull
xiphoid process end of sternum
scapula shoulder blade
sternum breast bone
1-7 ribs true ribs
vomer between nasalp assages
Zygomatic cheeks
parietal top of skull
axis Second vertebrae
atlas The first vertebrae
ethmoid between two orbits
false ribs 8-12
floating ribs 11-12
acromion process Top of scapula
cervical neck
cuboid first tarsal in the foot
acetabulum hip socket
metacarpals hand
navicular small carpal in pinky finger
How many bones do we have a birth, and How many do we have at adulthood. Why does the number drop. 300,206,Bones fuse
Give one example on how they fuse. Epiphyseal plate to Epiphyseal Line.
Created by: ECulversonFryer