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Anatomy- skeletal

Skeletal sytsem

How many bones in the adult human body? 206
What are the six functions of the human body? Support, protection, movement, storage, and red blood cells
What are the two types of bone tissue? Compact and spongy
What are the four different bone shapes? Long, Short, Flat, and Irregular
whats an example of a long bone? Femur
What's and example of a short bone? Carpals
What's an example of Flat bones? Ribs
Whats an example of irregular bones? Vertebrae
Axial Skeleton bones that form on the longitudinal part of the body. (ribs, head, neck etc.)
Perpendicular Skeleton Bones of limbs and girdles (Arms, legs, etc)
Skeletal System Includes joints, cartilages, and ligaments
Created by: KasaiSnow