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A&P 1-5

Skeletal System

Includes the sacrum and coccyx Vertebral Coulmn
Form superior and lateral aspects of the cranium Parietal bones
Form anterior aspect of cranium Frontal bone
Second cervical vertabra Axis
Form inferior and lateral aspects of cranium Temporal bones
Consists of the manbrium, body and xiphoid process Sternum
Lower jaw bone Mandible
First cervical vertebra Atlas
Upper jaw bone Maxilla
Forms posterior and inferior aspects of cranium Occipital bone
Shaft of the long bone Diaphysis
End of the long bone Epiphysis
Tough, fibrous connective tissue covering of a bone Periosteum
Found inside the shaft of the long bone Yellow marrow
Cells that form new bone tissue Osteoblast
Cells that break down bone tissue Osteoclast
Action of infraspinatus Medial rotation of the humerus
Created by: angelmom