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Skeletal System

Identifying bones

Humerus Upper arm bone
Femur Thigh bone
Radius Forearm bone near the thumb
Ulna Outer forearm bone
Tibia Larger lower leg bone
Fibula Smaller, thin lower leg bone
Phalanges Fingertips and toes
Tarsals Lower ankle bones
Metatarsals Bones of the lower foot
Clavicle collarbone
Scapula Shoulder blade
Patella Kneecap
Lumbar vertebrae Lower back vertebrae
Cervical vertebrae vertebrae in your neck
Thoracic vertebrae Upper back vertebrae
Sacral vertebrae & coccyx vertebrae fused vertebrae
True Ribs Ribs connected directly to your sternum
Sternum Breastbone (bone in the middle of your chest)
False Ribs Ribs not connected to your sternum but rather connected through cartilage
Ligaments Attach bones to bones
Tendons Attach bones to muscles
Cartilage Cushions bones where they meet and allows for flexibility.
Created by: proctork