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sfhb bones

bones

QuestionAnswer
synthesize new bone matrix OSTOBLASTS
A large opening at the base of the skull FORAMEN MAGNUM
opening in the temporal bone for the ear EXTERNAL ACOUSTIC MEATUS
cranial bone at the base of the skull OCCIPITAL
upper jawbone (where max has his mustache!) MAXILLA
lower jawbone MANDIBLE
Cheekbone ZYGOMATIC
Name for Cervical vertebra 1 (C1) ATLAS
Name for Cervical Vertebra 2 (C2) AXIS
Tailbone COCCYX
Ribs not attached to the sternum Ribs 11 and 12 are FLOATING RIBS
pointed end of the sternum XIPHOID PROCESS
bone of the upper arm HUMERUS
part of the ulna that forms the joint OLECRANON PROCESS
curvature of the lumbar spine LORDOSIS
five fused vertebrae at the end of the spinal column SACRUM
suture of the skull that articulates down the center SAGITTAL
the collarbone CLAVICLE
"sit" bone ISCHIUM
put your hands on your hips for this bone ILIUM
fingers and toes PHALANGES
bones of the hand CARPALS
foot bones TARSALS
heel bone CALCANEUS
shoulder girdle HUMERUS, CLAVICLE, SCAPULA, ACROMION PROCESS,GLENOID CAVITY
lateral forearm bone RADIUS
forearm bone that runs to the pinky finger ULNA
name some bones distal to the humerus RADIUS, ULNA, CARPALS, PHALANGES
The shoulder is ________ to the radius PROXIMAL
pelvic bones ILIUM, ISHIUM, PUBIS
socket for the femur ACETABULUM
kneecap PATELLA
cartilage that joins the pubic bones PUBIC SYMPHYSIS
The meniscus is a cartilage in the KNEE
example of a saddle joint THUMB
example of a gliding joint WRISTS. ANKLES
example of a pivot joint ATLAS-AXIS
example of a hinge joint ELBOW, KNEE, PHALANGES
ribs 1 - 7 attach directly to the sternum TRUE RIBS
ribs 8 - 10 join cartilages before attaching to the ster num FALSE RIBS
ribs 11 - 12 do not attach to the sternum FLOATING RIBS
bone marrow in long bones YELLOW
bone marrow in spongy bone RED
Functions of bones FRAMEWORK, PROTECT ORGANS, LEVERS FOR MOVEMENT, STORES CALCIUM, FORMS BLOOOD CELLS
most commmon lever in the body 3rd CLASS
Created by: sfhb
 

 



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