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How many bones build the whole skeleton 206
How many of the bones of the skeleton are made up of the appendicular skeleton 126
Humerus Upper arm
Ulna Medial - lower arm bone
Radius lateral - lower arm bone (lines up with thumb)
Olecranon process elbow (end of ulna)
Carpals eight wrist bones
Metacarpals five radiating bones to the fingers
Phalanges three phalanges for each finger, two phalanges for each thumb
what is the only bone in the upper arm as well as the second largest bone in the body? Humerus
Vertebrates organisms with a backbone or spine
invertebrates organisms without a backbone or spine
What are the three main structures of the Musculoskeletal skeleton, joint, muscles
What are the two types of bones? Compact & Spongy
Compact Bone a dense, hard bone located near the surgace of the bone
Spongy Bone found on the inner wall of the bone
Yellow marrow consists of what? mostly fat
Red marrow prodcues what? blood cells, a process called hemopoiesis
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