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202 terms
Bones
Organic Bone Tissue
Inorganic Bone Tissue
Classifications of Bone
Osteon
Composed of embedded cells and collagen fibers
Composed of Salt crystals, calcium phosphate, calcium carbona…
-Long... -Short... -Flat... -Irregular... -Sesamoid
The fundamental functional unit of much compact bone. Roughly…
Organic Bone Tissue
Composed of embedded cells and collagen fibers
Inorganic Bone Tissue
Composed of Salt crystals, calcium phosphate, calcium carbona…
Bones
skull
mandible
clavicle
scapula
Cranium. Head
Jaw bone
Collarbone
SHOULDER BLADE. Upper back behind Clavicle
skull
Cranium. Head
mandible
Jaw bone
158 terms
Bones
Acromial End
Sternal End
Greater trochanter
Lesser trochanter
1.
2.
1.
2.
Acromial End
1.
Sternal End
2.
36 terms
Bones
Frontal
Parietal
Temporal
Occipital
Frontal
Parietal
61 terms
bones
mandible
maxilla
scapula
clavicle
lower jaw line
upper jaw
shoulder blade
mandible
lower jaw line
maxilla
upper jaw
Bones
Femur Neck
Femur Head
Femur
Lateral Condyle
Femur Neck
Femur Head
Bones
Pubic symphysis
Pelvic inlet
Caval opening
Aortic hiatus
Pubic symphysis
Pelvic inlet
60 terms
Bones
appendicular skeleton
axial skeleton
clavicle
femur
appendicular skeleton
axial skeleton
113 terms
Bones
Malleus
Incus
Stapes
Hyoid
Malleus
Incus
Bones
Cranium
Mandible
Cevical Vertebrae
Thoracic Vertebrae
Skull
Jaw bone
Neck
upper back
Cranium
Skull
Mandible
Jaw bone
Bones
skull
jaw bone
ribs
joint
bony skeleton of the head
...
part of rib cage; protects the chest region of the body
skull
bony skeleton of the head
jaw bone
...
62 terms
Bones
Appendicular Skeleton
Axial Skeleton
Palatine
Zygomatic
Appendicular Skeleton
Axial Skeleton
Bones
frontal bone
supraorbital foramen
parietal bone
Temporal bone
frontal bone
supraorbital foramen
Bones
Frontal
Supraorbital Foramen
Nasal
Lacrimal
Identify bone for 1
Identify bone marking for 2
Identify bone for 3
Identify bone for 4
Frontal
Identify bone for 1
Supraorbital Foramen
Identify bone marking for 2
112 terms
bones
frontal bone
suborbital margin
supraobrital foremen
parietal bone
frontal bone
suborbital margin
28 terms
Bones
cranium
mandible
sternum
ribs
cranium
mandible
105 terms
Bones
frontal bone
frontal sinus
parietal bone
occipital bone
1
frontal bone
frontal sinus
1
Bones
Sternum
Humerus
Llium
Ulna
Breast bone
Upper arm bone
hip bone
Inner and larger bone of the forearm, attached to the wrist a…
Sternum
Breast bone
Humerus
Upper arm bone
Bones
Compact bone
Spongy bone
Osteoporosis
Vertebrae
The hard part of the bone (Image from www.biog1445.org)
Located just inside the compact bone; porous to hold marrow;…
A medical condition in which the bones become brittle and fra…
Bones of the spinal column (Image edited from thunderboltkids…
Compact bone
The hard part of the bone (Image from www.biog1445.org)
Spongy bone
Located just inside the compact bone; porous to hold marrow;…
Bones
Long Bone
Short Bone
Irregular Bone
Flat Bone
A type of bone that is longer than it is wide. Examples inclu…
a bone that is roughly cube shaped (eg wrist and ankle bones)
Bones with complicated shapes (e.x., vertebrae and hip bones)
A type of bone with a thin flattened shape. Examples include…
Long Bone
A type of bone that is longer than it is wide. Examples inclu…
Short Bone
a bone that is roughly cube shaped (eg wrist and ankle bones)
115 terms
Bones
coronal suture
ethmoid bone
frontal bone
supraorbital foramen
What marking is located across the top of the skull?
What bone is located at the back side of the eye socket?
What bone is located at the front of the skull?
What marking is located within the eyebrow?
coronal suture
What marking is located across the top of the skull?
ethmoid bone
What bone is located at the back side of the eye socket?
Bones
appendicular skeleton
axial skeleton
clavicle
femur
appendicular skeleton
axial skeleton
27 terms
Bones
femur
humerus
scapula
mandible
thigh bone
upper arm
shoulder blade
jaw
femur
thigh bone
humerus
upper arm
260 terms
Bones
Frontal Bone
Frontal sinus
Supraorbital Margin
Parietal bone
1
1
2, Frontal
2
Frontal Bone
1
Frontal sinus
1
62 terms
Bones
frontal
parietal
occipital
temporal
frontal
parietal
BONES
mandible
cranium
ribs
vertebrae
jaw bones "eat your MANwhich"
skull
holds in your vital organs like a cage!
VERY many of these that make up your spine
mandible
jaw bones "eat your MANwhich"
cranium
skull
Bones
Frontal Bone
Parietal Bone
Occipital Bone
Temporal Bone
Frontal Bone
Parietal Bone
122 terms
Bones!
clavicle
scapula
acromion process
coracoid process
clavicle
scapula
26 terms
Bones
hyper
hypo
femur
coccyx
elevated or too much
decreased or too little
thigh bone, the largest in the body
tailbone, at the end of the spine
hyper
elevated or too much
hypo
decreased or too little
bones
frontal
parietal
temporal
occipital
front bone of skull
upper side bones of skull
lower side bones of skull
lower back bone of skull
frontal
front bone of skull
parietal
upper side bones of skull
42 terms
Bones
suture
endosteum
periosteum
ribs
area where cranial bones have joined together
membrane that lines the medullary canal
tough membrane on the outside of bone
twelve pairs of bones that surround the heart and lungs
suture
area where cranial bones have joined together
endosteum
membrane that lines the medullary canal
20 terms
Bones
carpals
clavicle
femur
fibula
carpals
clavicle
41 terms
Bones!
external auditory meatus
temporal mandibular joint
zygomatic arch
temporal process of the zygoma
37 feature
38 feature
39 structure
40. Name the feature
external auditory meatus
37 feature
temporal mandibular joint
38 feature
24 terms
Bones
skull
mandible
cervical vertebrae
clavicle
head
chin
neck
front shoulder
skull
head
mandible
chin
55 terms
Bones
a single bone is
all the bones create
the adult skeleton has
the skeletal system is responsible
a organ
the skeletal system
206 bones
provides protection: creates a frame: movement: blood cell pr…
a single bone is
a organ
all the bones create
the skeletal system
26 terms
Bones
humerus
radius
ulna
scapula
humerus
radius
20 terms
Bones
bone building cells
bone destroying cell
maintain bone tissue
cells which undergo mitosis to become…
Osteoblast
Osteoclasts
Osteocyte
osteoprogenitor cells
bone building cells
Osteoblast
bone destroying cell
Osteoclasts
BONES
Asian skull
African skull
Aboriginal
Australopithecus afarensis
Asian skull
African skull
Bones
carpals
cervical (7)
clavicle
coccyx (2-3)
...
...
...
...
carpals
...
cervical (7)
...
Bones
Appendicular Skeleton (126)
Axial Skeleton (80)
Types of Bones
Clavical(2)
-Allows us to move and manipulate objects... -Limbs: Upper limbs…
-Stabilizes parts of Appendicular skeleton... -Skull (29)... -Verte…
-Sutural... -Irregular... -Long... -Flat... -Short... -Sesamoid
-left and right... -Appendicular
Appendicular Skeleton (126)
-Allows us to move and manipulate objects... -Limbs: Upper limbs…
Axial Skeleton (80)
-Stabilizes parts of Appendicular skeleton... -Skull (29)... -Verte…
122 terms
Bones!
clavicle
scapula
acromion process
coracoid process
clavicle
scapula
22 terms
Bones
Cranium
Mandible
Scapula
Clavicle
Cranium
Mandible
Bones
Cranium
Mandible
Rib Cage
Humerus
Cranium
Mandible
Bones
Cranium
Maxilla
Zygomatic Bone
Mandible
the top half of the skull
upper lip
high cheek bone
jaw bone
Cranium
the top half of the skull
Maxilla
upper lip
206 terms
Bones
frontal bone
supraorbital margin
supraorbital foramen
frontal sinus
frontal bone
supraorbital margin
82 terms
bones
Atlas
Axis
Sternum
Body
Name the entire bone indicated by the arrow.
Name the entire bone indicated by the arrow.
Name this specific part of the thoracic vertebra.
Atlas
Name the entire bone indicated by the arrow.
Axis
Name the entire bone indicated by the arrow.
113 terms
bones
tibia
fibula
radius
ulna
tibia
fibula
18 terms
Bones
cranium
clavical
sternum
vertebrae
skull
collar bone
breast bone
bones of the spine
cranium
skull
clavical
collar bone
107 terms
Bones
Phalanges
Sesamoids
Meta tarsals
Tarsals
Phalanges
Sesamoids
51 terms
Bones
Scapula
Patella
Joint
Cartilage
The shoulder bone
The Knee Cap
Place where 2 or more bones meet
Covers the end of the bones providing a cushion.
Scapula
The shoulder bone
Patella
The Knee Cap
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