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skeletal

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elbow bone called olecranon
tubercle is elevation for muscle attachment
tuberosity is elevation for muscle attachment
trochanter is elevation for muscle attachment
trochlear is process for articulation with other bone
neck is process for articulation with other bone
condyle process for artic with other bone
head process for articulation with other bone
fossa depression for articulation with other bone
sulcus depression for articulation with other bone
part of humerus interacting with olecranon epicondyle
part of radius and ulnar interacting with carpals styloid
part of femur interacting with tibia fibular condyle
part of tibia fibular interacting with tarsus malleous
suture is an example of __ joint fiborus
syndesmoses is an example of __ joint fibrous
ghomphosis is __ joint fibrous
example of syndesmoses interosseous membrane
example of ghomphosis tooth in socket
example of primary cartilaginous joint costocondral
example of secondary cartilaginous joint intervertebral discs
example of synovial joint ball and socket(shoulder), Hinge(elbow, knee), ankle joint
fibrous joint made up of collagen, fibrous tissue
primary cartilaginous joint is __ cartilage hyaline
secondary cartilaginous joint is ___ cartilage fibrocartilage
joint between rib and sternum called __ it is an example of __ joint costochondral joint, primary cartilaginous joint
joint between manubrium and sternum body and it is an example of __joint manubriosternal, secondary cartilaginous joint
__ joint is always present on the midline secondary cartilaginous joint
intervertebral disc example of secondary cartilaginous joint
pubic symphysis exmple of secondary cartilaginous joint
cartilage inside synovial capsule called articular cartilage
ground substance of cartilage secreted by chondroblast
mature cartilage cells called chondrocyte
example of hyaline cartilage tracheal rings
outermost layer of cartilage called perichondrium
example of elastic cartilage pinna of ear
example of fibrocartilage intervertebral disc
two types of cartilage growth appositional, interstitial
periosteum is outerlayer of bonec
cancellous bone also called spongy bone
example of sesemoid bone patella
example of flat bone skull, sternum
distinguishing characteristic of sesamoid bone developed within a tendon
two types of ossification 1.intramembranous ossification 2.endochondral ossification
osteoprogenic cells form (in endochondral) osteoblast
mesenchymal cells form (in endochondral) bone marrow
Created by: honghee