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Chapter 7 Skeletal System Study Guide Answers. Check your work as the answers appear on the screen. Ms. K. Cox Human A & P. 1. bones support the weight of the body and structures such as the head and face 2. bones protect delicate organs such as the brain and spinal cord, heart and lungs
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Chapter 7 Skeletal System Study Guide Answers

Check your work as the answers appear on the screen.

Ms. K. Cox

Human A & P

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  • 1. bones support the weight of the body and structures such as the head and face

  • 2. bones protect delicate organs such as the brain and spinal cord, heart and lungs

  • 3. bones act as levers to which muscles are attached

  • 4. blood cells are produced within red bone marrow

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  • 5. minerals such as calcium and phosphorous are stored n the bone matrix

  • 6. bones also contain nerves and blood vessels

  • 7. epiphyses

  • 8. articular cartilage

  • 9. diaphysis

  • 10. periosteum

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  • 11. medullary

  • 12. endosteum

  • 13. marrow

  • 14. blood cell production

  • 15. in spongy bone

  • 16. marrow that functions to store fat

  • 17. medullary cavitities

  • 18. muscles

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  • 19. osteocytes

  • 20. lacunae

  • 21. canaliculi

  • 22. collagen

  • 23. salts

  • 24. most bones contain a mixture of compact and spongy bone include the skull the ribs, the vertebrae and the sternum.

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  • 25. osteons

  • 26. transverse

  • 27. most bones of the body contain a mixture of compact and spongy bone. The diaphysis of a long bone is compact bone, and compact bone covers the epiphyses.

  • 28. bones form by replacing connective tissue in the fetus.

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  • 29. osteoblasts

  • 30. osteocytes

  • 31. periosteum

  • 32. a soft spot in an infants skull where the membrane has not yet completely ossified

  • 33. hyaline

  • 34. osteoblasts

  • 35. secondary

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  • 36. epiphseal

  • 37. osteoclasts

  • 38. osteoblasts

  • 39. lengthening

  • 40. thickness

  • 41.axial

  • 42. appendicular

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  • 43. Only 8 facial bones we are worried about: maxillae, palatine, zygomatic, lacrimal, nasal, vomer, inferior, mandible

  • 44. zygomatic bones

  • 45. vomer and ethmoid

  • 46. palatine bones and the maxillae

  • 47. zygomatic bone and the temporal bone

  • 48. maxillae and mandible

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  • 49. fragile, scroll-like bones attached to lateral wall of the nasal cavity

  • 50. pedicles

  • 51. lamina

  • 52. atlas and the axis

  • 53. five

  • 54. coccyx

  • 55. S

  • 56. spine

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  • 57. articulates with scapula

  • 58. trochlea

  • 59. radius

  • 60. tuberosity

  • 61. carpal

  • 62. metacarpals

  • 63. hand phalanges

  • 64. 3

  • 65. 2

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  • 66. coxal bone

  • 67. sacrum

  • 68. pubis

  • 69. symphysis pubis

  • 70. femur

  • 71. acetabul

  • 72. capitis

  • 73. patella

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  • 74. tibia

  • 75. tarsal

  • 76. tibial tuberosity

  • 77. fibula

  • 78. talus

  • 79. metatarsals

  • 80. foot phalanges

  • 81. middle phalanx

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  • 82. fibrous

  • 83. cartilagenous

  • 84. bursae

  • 85. ball and socket

  • 86. condyloid

  • 87. gliding

  • 88. hinge

  • 89. pivot

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  • 90. saddle

  • 91. insertion

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Now count how many you missed and multiple it by 4.4 pts.

  • Each question was worth 4.4 pts each.

  • Total points possible on this assignment was 400 pts.

  • On the front of the packet write out how many you missed and what you earned over 400.

  • Example: -35 questions * 4.4 pts= -154pts

  • 246/400, 62% D


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