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Anatomy and Physiology Bones
frontal bone
parietal bone
coronal suture
occipital bone
frontal bone
parietal bone
117 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Bones
frontal Bone
Supraorbital Foramen
Parietal bone
Occipital Bone
frontal Bone
Supraorbital Foramen
Bones - Anatomy & Physiology
Major Functions of Bones
Compact Bone
Spongy Bone
Diaphysis
1. Support... 2. Protection... 3. Movement... 4. Mineral Storage... 5. Bl…
a type of bone texture that is hard, strong, and dense; makes…
a type of bone texture that is lighter, less dense, and porou…
"the shaft"; Made up of compact bone with a space called the…
Major Functions of Bones
1. Support... 2. Protection... 3. Movement... 4. Mineral Storage... 5. Bl…
Compact Bone
a type of bone texture that is hard, strong, and dense; makes…
Anatomy and Physiology Bones
Nasal
Vomer
Lacrimal
Ethmoid
Nasal
Vomer
human anatomy and physiology // bones
206
270
7 cervical
5 lumbar
how many bones are in the human body
how many bones are humans born with
how many cervical vertebrae in the spine
how many lumbar vertebrae in the spine
206
how many bones are in the human body
270
how many bones are humans born with
18 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Final: Bones!
clavicle
scapula
humerus
ulna
clavicle
scapula
29 terms
Anatomy and Physiology- Bones
axial skeleton
apendicular skeleton
long bones
short bones
bones of the skull, vertebral column and rib cage
bones of the upper and lower limbs, shoulder, and hip
longer than they are wide; ex. humerus
cubed shaped bones of the wrist and ankle; bones that form wi…
axial skeleton
bones of the skull, vertebral column and rib cage
apendicular skeleton
bones of the upper and lower limbs, shoulder, and hip
31 terms
Anatomy & Physiology - Bones
Parietal bones
Temporal bones
Frontal bones
Occipital bones
Location - between frontal and occipital bones, touches great…
Location - lateral surface, inferior to parietal bones... Articu…
Location - anterior aspect of skull, makes up forehead... Articu…
Location - posterior aspect of skull, base, walls of posterio…
Parietal bones
Location - between frontal and occipital bones, touches great…
Temporal bones
Location - lateral surface, inferior to parietal bones... Articu…
44 terms
Anatomy and Physiology bones
Frontal bone
Parietal bone
Occipital bone
Temporal bone
-Axial Skeleton ... -Bones of the skull... -(region of brain) artic…
-Axial Skeleton ... -Bones of the skull ... -(region of brain) arti…
-Axial Skeleton ... -Bones of the skull... -(region of brain) artic…
-Axial Skeleton ... -Bones of the skull ... -(region of brain) arti…
Frontal bone
-Axial Skeleton ... -Bones of the skull... -(region of brain) artic…
Parietal bone
-Axial Skeleton ... -Bones of the skull ... -(region of brain) arti…
25 terms
Human Anatomy- Bones and Physiology
long bone
short bone
flat bone
irregular bone
long and skinny in middle, expanded ends. Ex: radius, ulna, f…
cubelike (length and width roughly equal) Ex: wrist and ankle
platelike structures with broad surfaces. Ex: ribs, skull
vary in shape, connected to several other bones. Ex: vertebra…
long bone
long and skinny in middle, expanded ends. Ex: radius, ulna, f…
short bone
cubelike (length and width roughly equal) Ex: wrist and ankle
30 terms
Anatomy & Physiology bones
clavical
scapula (lot to know), landmarks,
fossa
superior and inferior angle
collarbone; lies horizontally across anterior part of thorax…
shoulder blade, 2 of them that are large, triangular flat bon…
part of scapula, 3 total, attachment point for rotator cuffs…
superior-where the superior border of scapula joins the media…
clavical
collarbone; lies horizontally across anterior part of thorax…
scapula (lot to know), landmarks,
shoulder blade, 2 of them that are large, triangular flat bon…
101 terms
Bones-Anatomy and Physiology
External Auditory Meatus
Coronal Suture
Frontal
Mandible
External Auditory Meatus
Coronal Suture
209 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Bones Skeletal
Calcaneus, tarsals
Cuboid, tarsals
Cuboid, tarsals
Cuneiforms 1st 2nd 3rd, tarsals
Calcaneus, tarsals
Cuboid, tarsals
26 terms
Anatomy & Physiology - Facial Bones
maxilla (2)
anterior nasal spine
infraorbital foramen
maxillary sinus
maxilla (2)
anterior nasal spine
112 terms
Anatomy & Physiology Bones
Frontal
Nasal
Lacrimal
Sphenoid
Frontal
Nasal
44 terms
Bones Anatomy and Physiology
Functions of bones
compact bone
spongy bone
red marrow
support, protection, movement, storage of fats and minerals,…
dense outerlayer; forms the outershell
found at the head of the long bones; fills irregular bone; no…
formation of blood cells (hematoposis); in adults found in sl…
Functions of bones
support, protection, movement, storage of fats and minerals,…
compact bone
dense outerlayer; forms the outershell
157 terms
Anatomy and Physiology-Bones
Frontal Sinuses
Supraorbital Foramen
Anterior Cranial Fossa
Coronal Suture
Frontal Sinuses
Supraorbital Foramen
127 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Bones Terms
frontal bone
temporal bone
external acoustic meatus
styloid process
Forms the forehead, superior part of the orbit, and the floor…
Forms the inferolateral aspects of the skull and contribute t…
Canal leading to the middle ear and eardrum.
Needlelike projection that serves as an attachment point for…
frontal bone
Forms the forehead, superior part of the orbit, and the floor…
temporal bone
Forms the inferolateral aspects of the skull and contribute t…
106 terms
Anatomy/Physiology: Bones
Pedicle
Lamina
Spinous process
Transverse process
Pedicle
Lamina
165 terms
Anatomy and physiology (bones)
mandibular fossa
styloid process of temporal bone
zygomatic process of mandible
mandibular fossa
mandibular fossa
styloid process of temporal bone
97 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Terminology/Bones
anterior
posterior
inferior
superior
in front in relation to another structure
in back in relation to another structure
below another structure
above in relation to another structure
anterior
in front in relation to another structure
posterior
in back in relation to another structure
61 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Bones Image
frontal bone
parietal bone
temporal bone
ethmoid bone
frontal bone
parietal bone
162 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Bones
frontal bone
parietal bone
occipital bone
coronal suture
frontal bone
parietal bone
90 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Bones
atlas vertebrae C1
axis vertebrae C2
atlas and axis
hyoid
is the first cervical vertebra.
is the second cervical vertebra.
is a floating bone, which means that it has no hard attachmen…
atlas vertebrae C1
is the first cervical vertebra.
axis vertebrae C2
is the second cervical vertebra.
Anatomy & Physiology - Facial Bones
Appendicular Skeleton
Epicondyle... Bone Projections, Sites of…
spine... Bone Projections, Sites of Musc…
process... Bone Projections, Sites of Mu…
raised area above a condyle; down at the joint
sharp, slender projection, thorn-like
any bony prominence; sticks out in a shape
Appendicular Skeleton
Epicondyle... Bone Projections, Sites of…
raised area above a condyle; down at the joint
Anatomy and physiology - Bones 2
Osteoblasts
Osteocystes
Osteoclasts
Ossification
Make new bone by hardening the proteins and collagen with min…
Maintain the bone, passing nutrients and wastes back and fort…
Destroy bone, releasing minerals into the blood. Throughout e…
The process in which a growing babies or infants bones, that…
Osteoblasts
Make new bone by hardening the proteins and collagen with min…
Osteocystes
Maintain the bone, passing nutrients and wastes back and fort…
49 terms
Bones Anatomy and Physiology
support and anchoring, protection of v…
Storage (fats and minerals like calciu…
Hematopoiesis
flat bone, short bone, long bone, irre…
What are the 5 main functions of the skeletal system?
Another function of the skeletal system
What is blood cell formation called?
What are the 4 classifications/shapes of bones?
support and anchoring, protection of v…
What are the 5 main functions of the skeletal system?
Storage (fats and minerals like calciu…
Another function of the skeletal system
Bone Structure Anatomy & Physiology
Diaphysis
Epiphyseal Plate
Epiphysis
Bone Marrow
scientific name for bone shaft, site of compact bone in adult
site of longitudinal growth in a child
site of spongy bone in adult
material responsible for bone cell formation
Diaphysis
scientific name for bone shaft, site of compact bone in adult
Epiphyseal Plate
site of longitudinal growth in a child
135 terms
Anatomy and Physiology-Bones
Diaphysis
Epiphysis
True Ribs
False Ribs
Body Part of a long bone
edges of a long bone
1-7
8-10
Diaphysis
Body Part of a long bone
Epiphysis
edges of a long bone
Floyd Anatomy and Physiology Bones
Parietal
Frontal
Occipital
Zygomatic
Parietal
Frontal
78 terms
Anatomy/Physiology Bones
Parts of the Skeletal System
Axial skeleton
Skull
Paranasal Sinuses (Skull)
-Bones (skeleton)... -Joints... -Cartilages... -Ligaments (bone to bon…
Forms the longitudinal part of the body... 1) Skull... 2) Vertebral…
Two sets of bones... -Cranium... -Facial bones... Bones are joined by…
Hollow portions of bones surrounding the nasal cavity... Functi…
Parts of the Skeletal System
-Bones (skeleton)... -Joints... -Cartilages... -Ligaments (bone to bon…
Axial skeleton
Forms the longitudinal part of the body... 1) Skull... 2) Vertebral…
18 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Leg Bones
femur
tibia
fibula
greater trochanter
thigh bone
shin; medial lower leg bone
lateral lower leg bone; back leg bone
proximal lateral bump of the femur
femur
thigh bone
tibia
shin; medial lower leg bone
24 terms
Anatomy and Physiology - Bones
Why are the bones considered organs?
What types of cartilage are found in t…
The directions cartilage grows in
When does the calcification of cartila…
They are multiple types of cells working together.
Hyaline, Elastic, Fibrocartilage
Appositional - Cells in the perichondrium secrete matrix agai…
During growth and old age
Why are the bones considered organs?
They are multiple types of cells working together.
What types of cartilage are found in t…
Hyaline, Elastic, Fibrocartilage
112 terms
Anatomy & Physiology: Bones of the body
Frontal bone
Coronal suture
Parietal bone
Squamous suture
Frontal bone
Coronal suture
16 terms
Anatomy and Physiology - Skull Bones
Cranial Bones
Facial Bones
Prominent Sutures
Major Sinuses
Frontal, Parietal(2), Temporal (2), Occipital, Sphenoid, Ethm…
Mandible, Maxilla (2), Lacrimal (2), Vomer, Palatine (2), Inf…
Coronal, Sagittal, Lambdoid, Squamous (2)
Frontal, Ethmoid, Maxillary, Sphenoid
Cranial Bones
Frontal, Parietal(2), Temporal (2), Occipital, Sphenoid, Ethm…
Facial Bones
Mandible, Maxilla (2), Lacrimal (2), Vomer, Palatine (2), Inf…
Vertebra Bones Anatomy and Physiology
Lumbar Body
Lumbar Spinous Process
Lumbar Superior Articular Process
Lumbar Transverse Process
Lumbar Body
Lumbar Spinous Process
209 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Bones Skeletal
Calcaneus, tarsals
Cuboid, tarsals
Cuboid, tarsals
Cuneiforms 1st 2nd 3rd, tarsals
Calcaneus, tarsals
Cuboid, tarsals
179 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Bones Skeletal
Calcaneus
Fibula
Navicular
Phalanges
Calcaneus
Fibula
49 terms
Bone Anatomy and Physiology
Make Up of Bone Tissue
Make Up of Osseous Tissue
Compact Bone
Spongy Bone
-Made of Osseous Tissue
-Compact Bone ... -Spongy Bone
-Homogeneous, outer edge
-Honeycomb, many open spaces (Trabeculae)
Make Up of Bone Tissue
-Made of Osseous Tissue
Make Up of Osseous Tissue
-Compact Bone ... -Spongy Bone
13 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Final: Skull Bones!
frontal bone
zygomatic bone
parietal bone
occipital bone
frontal bone
zygomatic bone
Anatomy and Physiology: Long Bones
Osteoblasts
Chondrocytes
Osteocyte
Ossification
Bone forming cells
Cartilage cells
Bone cells
Process of bone replacing cartilage
Osteoblasts
Bone forming cells
Chondrocytes
Cartilage cells
46 terms
Bones (Anatomy And Physiology)
Characteristics of bones
What are the functions of bones?
What is the difference in the bone str…
What are the 4 types of bones
-very active tissues... -made of several types of tissues (is an…
-muscle attachments... -protection and support... -blood cell produ…
size and shape
-long bones... -short bones... -flat bones... -irregular bones
Characteristics of bones
-very active tissues... -made of several types of tissues (is an…
What are the functions of bones?
-muscle attachments... -protection and support... -blood cell produ…
30 terms
Anatomy & Physiology Bones and Bone Markings
Name the major regions of the skeleton…
List and describe 5 major functions of…
Indicate the functional importance of…
(Depressions and openings allowing blo…
*Axial Skeleton: forms long axis of body and includes bones o…
SUPPORT: supports body and cradles soft organs, PROTECTION: e…
Projections, depressions, and openings serve as sites of musc…
MEATUS: canal-like passageway, SINUS: cavity within a bone, f…
Name the major regions of the skeleton…
*Axial Skeleton: forms long axis of body and includes bones o…
List and describe 5 major functions of…
SUPPORT: supports body and cradles soft organs, PROTECTION: e…
60 terms
Bones 2 - Anatomy and Physiology
Frontal
Occipital
Parietal
Temporal
Frontal
Occipital
Anatomy and Physiology Bones Skeletal
Calcaneus, tarsals
Cuboid, tarsals
Cuboid, tarsals
Cuneiforms 1st 2nd 3rd, tarsals
Calcaneus, tarsals
Cuboid, tarsals
anatomy and physiology bones
keratinocytes
melanocytes
dendritic cells
tactile cells
gives the epidermis protection properties -- starts at the ba…
spider-shaped epithelial cells that synthesize pigment -- loc…
star-shaped cells that arise from bone marrow and migrate to…
spikey-cells that arise from bone marrow and migrate to the e…
keratinocytes
gives the epidermis protection properties -- starts at the ba…
melanocytes
spider-shaped epithelial cells that synthesize pigment -- loc…
Anatomy & Physiology Bones and Bone Markings
Name the major regions of the skeleton…
List and describe 5 major functions of…
Indicate the functional importance of…
(Depressions and openings allowing blo…
*Axial Skeleton: forms long axis of body and includes bones o…
SUPPORT: supports body and cradles soft organs, PROTECTION: e…
Projections, depressions, and openings serve as sites of musc…
MEATUS: canal-like passageway, SINUS: cavity within a bone, f…
Name the major regions of the skeleton…
*Axial Skeleton: forms long axis of body and includes bones o…
List and describe 5 major functions of…
SUPPORT: supports body and cradles soft organs, PROTECTION: e…
209 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Bones Skeletal
Calcaneus, tarsals
Cuboid, tarsals
Cuboid, tarsals
Cuneiforms 1st 2nd 3rd, tarsals
Calcaneus, tarsals
Cuboid, tarsals
Anatomy and Physiology Skeletal Bones
Calcaneus, tarsals
Cuboid, tarsals
Cuneiforms 1st 2nd 3rd, tarsals
Metatarsals 5 foot
Calcaneus, tarsals
Cuboid, tarsals
Anatomy and Physiology Bones Skeletal
Calcaneus, tarsals
Cuboid, tarsals
Cuboid, tarsals
Cuneiforms 1st 2nd 3rd, tarsals
Calcaneus, tarsals
Cuboid, tarsals
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