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Science Jeopardy. Long Bone. Bone Development. Bone Functions. Types of Joints. Vertebral Column. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. Double Science Jeopardy. F.J. Bone Terminology. Thoracic

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Science Jeopardy

Long Bone

Bone

Development

Bone

Functions

Types of

Joints

Vertebral

Column

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Double Science Jeopardy

F.J.

Bone

Terminology

Thoracic

Cage

Joint

Movements

The Human

Skeleton

Potpourri

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The Shaft of a long bone.

100

Answer


What is the DIAPHYSIS?

100


The soft connective tissue

that makes blood cells.

200

Answer


What is RED MARROW?

200


The fibrous membrane that

lines the medullary cavity.

300

Answer


What is the ENDOSTEUM?

300


Blood vessels that run

transversely use this canal.

400

Answer


What is VOLKMANN’S CANAL?

400


Broad flat bones that form between

layers of connective tissue.

100

Answer


What are

INTRAMEMBRANOUS BONES?

100


Cells that form bone material.

200

Answer


What are OSTEOBLASTS?

200


Another name for the growth plates.

300

Answer


What are the EPIPHYSEAL DISKS?

300


This is the primary

ossification center.

400

Answer


What is the DIAPHYSIS,

or SHAFT?

400


Bones store these.

100

Answer


What are INORGANIC SALTS?

100


Bones function to

support and do this.

200

Answer


What is protect internal organs?

200


Bones function as simple mechanical

devices, also called this.

300

Answer


What are LEVERS?

300


Bone function to make blood,

also called this.

400

Answer


What is HEMATOPOIESIS?

400


The shoulder and hip

are this type of joint.

100

Answer


What are BALL AND SOCKET?

100


A condyloid joint is located here.

200

Answer


Where is between the

PHALANGES & METACARPALS?

200


This is an example of a hinge joint.

300

Answer


What is the ELBOW JOINT?

300


A joint where a cylindrical bone

rotates around a ring on

another bone, like the proximal

ends of the radius and ulna.

400

Answer


What is a PIVOT JOINT?

400


This part of a vertebra

supports the weight.

100

Answer


What is the BODY?

100


The number of cervical, thoracic,

lumbar, sacrum, and coccyx bones,

respectively.

200

Answer


What are 7, 12, 5,

5 fused, and 4 fused?

200


The location of most back injuries.

300

Answer


Where is L5-S1?

300


The toothlike structure that sticks

up on C2, and the other name

for C2, respectively.

400

Answer


What is the ODONTOID PROCESS

& AXIS?

400


A prominent projection

200

Answer


What is a PROCESS?

200


A rounded process.

400

Answer


What is a CONDYLE?

400


A shallow depression and a

deep depression, respectively.

600

Answer


What is a FOVEA and FOSSA?

600


This is a trochanter.

800

Answer


What is a LARGE PROCESS?

800


The total number of ribs

in a normal body.

200

Answer


What is 24?

200


The last five ribs on each side.

400

Answer


What are the FALSE RIBS?

400


Another name for, and

number of, the true ribs.

600

Answer


What are the fourteen

VERTEBROSTERNAL?

600


The parts of the sternum,

from top to bottom.

800

Answer


What are the MANUBRIUM,

BODY, and XIPHOID PROCESS

800


Bending and straightening

the arm, respectively.

200

Answer


What is FLEXION & EXTENSION?

200


The definitions of

abduction and adduction,

respectively.

400

Answer


What is RAISING THE ARM &

LOWERING THE ARM.

400


Moving a part around an axis,

as in twisting your head.

600

Answer


What is ROTATION?

600


Jutting the chin out and pulling

it back in, respectively.

800

Answer


What is PROTRACTION

and RETRACTION?

800


The part of the skeleton dealing

with the arms and legs.

200

Answer


What is the

APPENDICULAR SKELETON?

200


The common name for the tarsals.

400

Answer


What are the ANKLE BONES?

400


The technical name

for the hip bones.

600

Answer


What are the coxal bones?

600


The bone located in the front of the

neck, above the “Adam’s apple”.

800

Answer


What is the HYOID BONE?

800


A thorn-like projection.

200

Answer


What is a SPINE?

200


A convex surface articulates with a

concave surface, causing movement

on only 1 plane.

400

Answer


What is a HINGE JOINT?

400


Another name for a

joint between bones.

600

Answer


What is an ARTICULATION?

600


The bony chambers that surround

the Haversian canals

and contain osteocytes.

800

Answer


What are the LACUNAE?

800


FINAL JEOPARDY

Category: Parts of a long bone

Answer


Sketch a long bone

and label 9 words

(some parts might have 2 labels).


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