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bone test

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coccyx axial
ischium appendicular
sacrum axial
nasal bones axial
ulna appendicular
fibula appendicular
vomer axial
phalanges appendicular
mandible axial
scapula appendicular
The uppermost neck portion of the vertebral column is called the _ spine. cervical
The lowermost portion of the spine (it is joined to the ilium) is called the _ spine. sacral
The lumbar portion of the spine joins with the lowermost portion of the spine. Together, this is called the _ junction. lumbosacral
The two middle portions of the spine, studied together, are referred to as the _ spine. thoracolumbar
The spine which corresponds to the chest is called the _ spine. thoracic
The axial skeleton has 26 bones.
The three bones of the shoulder are the clavicle, scapula, and humerus.
The upper jaw is known as the maxilla
Synovial joints are very moveable.
The humerus is an upper arm bone.
Spongy bone tissue is cancellous
Another name for the hip bone is the os coxae.
The inguinal ligament is located in the groin area.
Dorsiflexion is _____. movement of the foot that brings the top of the foot closer to the leg
Synovial joints _____. are very moveable
Bending to decrease the angle between bones is called _____. flexion
Circumduction is _____. movement in a circle
The position of the body when lying face down, including the hands being palm down and the feet bent downwards, is called _____. prone
An area where two bones move is called a _____. joint
The three types of joints are _____. fibrous, cartilaginous, synovial
Plane joints are _____. synovial joints
Joints that allow movement around three axes are called _____. triaxial
Cartilaginous joints are _____. somewhat moveable
Created by: trinka