Functions of the skeletal system
Form, Protection, Storage, Movement, Strength, Support.
Layers of bone
Periostium, Compact, Bone Marrow, Cartilage.
Types of Bones
Long, Short, Flat, Irregular
Types of Joints
Hinge (Knee or Elbow), Gliding (Wrist), Ball and Socket (Hip), Pivotal ( Base of the Skull)
All bones associated with the Skull, Vertebrae, and Ribs.
Front legs and Shoulder
Back leg and Hip
Hard tissue, mostly calcium, provides support and makes Red Blood Cells.
Shiny White, Hard Tissue found at the end of long bones and prevents from grinding against each other.
Strong white bands of tissue that connects two bones together at a joint.
Shiny white bands of tissue that connects muscles to bones.
Spongy tissue that fills the inside of the bone, Produces red and white blood cells, Produces Platlets. (Jello Like)
fibrous sheath that covers bones. It contains blood vessels and nerves that provide nourishment and sensation to the bone.
Honeycombed, passage for blood vessels and nerves, body tissue for calcium and phosphorus.
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