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Skeleton System

Quiz 1

QuestionAnswer
Femur,Humerus,Radius,Ulna, Tibia, Fibula Long bones
Carpals and Tarsals Short Bones
Cranial,ribs,pelvic, Flat Bones
Vertebrae,Facial,Sacrum Irregular Bones
Patella Sesamoid Bones
The 4 functions of the Skelton Provides a Framework,Protects, Contains Red bone marrow, stores Calcium
Axial Skeleton contains what bones and how many Skull,Vertebrae,rib cage, sternum, 80 bones
Appendicular Skeleton Contains what bones and how many Arms,legs,shoulder,pelvic girdles, 126 Bones
How many bones in the skeleton 206
Most movement in all planes, Hip and scapula Ball and Socket
Movement in one plane, elbow and knee Hinge
Movement in one plane with some lateral movement-Mandible,phlanges,metacarpals Condyloid
Rotation, between Atlas and Axis, radius and ulna Pivot
Side to Side movement, carpals, sacrum,ilium Gliding
Movement in several planes, Thumb Saddle
on joint surfaces Articular Cartilage
Strong fibrous connective tissue Joint Capsule
Lines joint capsule secretes synovial fluid Synovial Membrane
Sac of synovial membrane beneath tendons to prevent friction Bursae
Diarthrosis Freely Moveable
Synarthrosis immovable
Amphiarthrosis Slightly movable
Created by: Alechia1