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Chapter: 7 Skeletal System
Blood Cell Production
Which of the following is not a function of the skeletal system?
Which of the following aer mature bone cells?
Which of the following is the basic functional unit of compact bone?
The meduallary cavity of bones contains
The membrane covering a long bone is called the
The shaft of a long bone is known as?
The bones of the arms and legs
The appendicular skeleton consists of
The radius articulates with the
Where is the location of the foremen magnum?
The fibula articulates with the
The bones that forms the palms of the hands are the
The mastoid process is located in the
The hyoid bone is located in the
The vomer bone is found in the
The thorax contains how many vertebral columns
How many vertebrae are fused in the sacrum?
Which of the following is NOT a part of the pelvic girdle?
The largest coxal bone is the?
The anterior fontanel closes at which age?
The first vertebrae in the neck is called the?
The head of a long bone is called the?
During the process of _____, an existing tissue is replaced by bone.
The second cervial vertebra is also known as the?
The fibrous areas that exist between cranial bones at birth are called?
True ribs are directly connected to the sternum by?
The shaft of a long bone is called the ?
Jointm or articulation
The location where two bones meet is called a an ____or ____?
The process of depositing calcium into a tissue is called?
The part of the skull that holds the brain is called the?
The bone that makes up the upper jaw is reffered to as the?
The process of blood cell production is called?
The sternum is also called the ?
The tibia bone is also called the?
The zygomatic bone is also called the _____ bone
Bone is a ___ tissue that performs several basic functions.
Vitamin D is required for the absorption of ____ in small intestine for the development and growth of bone.
Moving a part toward the midline of the body is called?
Ribs that have no direct connection to the sternum are called?
Any projection or lump on a bone in termed a?
The atlas bone is the second cervical vertebra, supporting the head.
The calcaneus bone is located in the sacrum.
The largest bone of the body is the femur.
The strongest portion of the hipbone is the coccyx.
The cervial vertebrae are made up of five small vertebrae.
Yellow bone marrow is a fatty tissue inside the shafts of long bones where lipids are stored for potential energy needs of the body.
The ulna is longer than the radius of the forearm.
The formation of bone by osteoblasts is called ossification.
The vomer bone is the flat bone making up the lower posterior coccyx.
A cellular layer lining the marrow cavity is called the periosteum
IDK so let me know or just correct it.
The movement of rotating a limb toward the vertral surface of the body is called medial ______.