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Skeletal system

VA anatomy

QuestionAnswer
how many cervical vertebrae are there in the canine axial skeleton 7
how many thoracic vertebrae are in the canine axial skeleton 13
how many lumbar vertebrae are in the canine axial skeleton 7
how many sacral vertebrae are in the canine axial skeleton 3
how many coccygeal vertebrae in the canine axial skeleton 20-23
what lies between each vertebrae intervertebral disk
what does the atlas do supports the head
what does the axis do allows the head to pivot
what is the process by which bone is formed called ossification
what does the axial skeleton include cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral, coccygeal
which is the larger of the two lower leg bones radius
which is the larger of the forearm bones tibia
which is the smaller of the two lower leg bones ulna
which is the smaller of the two forearm bones fibula
what are the shock absorbers of the spine intervertebral disk
do birds have a diaphragm no
do lizards have sternum no
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