this bone forms the anterior portion of the skull above the eyes.
Bony projections provide sites for ligaments and tendons to attach.
At the end of each long bone.
Is composed largely of spongy bone with layers of compact bone on their surfaces.
The bone located at the back of the head near the neck.
Process of blood cell formation.
Bones located on each side of the skull just behind the frontal bone.
A break in the bone.
Protects and encloses the brain, and its surface proiveds attachments for muscles that make chewing and head movements possible.
A tough vascular covering of firous tissue, completely encloses the bone, except for the articular cartilage on the bone's end.
The skeletal system loses bone volume and mineral content.
Bone forming cells.
the bone that is known as the temple.
The wall of the diaphysis is composed mainly of tightly packaged tissue called_______ bone.
is the red oxygen carrying pigment in the blood.
the lower jaw
Is the cartilage layer that coats the articulating portion of the epiphysis.
the bone that supports the tongue and is an attachment for certain muscles that help move the tongue during swallowing.