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Chapter 6: The Skeletal System. Review game. Where in the bones are lipids stored?. Yello w bone marrow, Medullary cavity. Name one example of a long bone. Femur, Humerus , Phalanges…. What kind of bones are skull bones?. Flat bones. What are mature bone cells called?. Osteocytes.

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where in the bones are lipids stored

Where in the bones are lipids stored?

Yellow bone marrow, Medullary cavity

name one example of a long bone

Name one example of a long bone.

Femur, Humerus, Phalanges…

what are giant multinucleated cells involved with osteolysis are known as

What are giant, multinucleated cells involved with osteolysis are known as?

Osteoclasts

when is compact bone the strongest

When is compact bone the strongest?

When it is subjected to stress from a limited range of directions

which condition results in a bone mass reduction significant enough to cause health problems

Which condition results in a bone mass reduction significant enough to cause health problems?

Osteoporosis

in which process does bone form w in mesenchymal or fibrous connective tissue

In which process does bone form w/in mesenchymal or fibrous connective tissue?

Intramembranous ossification

what hormone is synthesized in the kidneys needed by the intestines for ca phosphate absorption

What hormone is synthesized in the kidneys & needed by the intestines for Ca & Phosphate absorption?

Calcitrol

where would you be most likely to find a sesamoid bone

Where would you be most likely to find a sesamoid bone?

Near joints at the knee, hands and feet

what is an important function of osteolysis

What is an important function of osteolysis?

Release Ca & phosphates into the blood stream

what hormone is released as a result of elevated ca ion concentration in the blood

What hormone is released as a result of elevated Ca ion concentration in the blood?

Calcitonin

what kind of bone growth results in an increase of the diameter of a bone

What kind of bone growth results in an increase of the diameter of a bone?

Appositional growth

what are the 5 major functions of the skeletal system

What are the 5 major functions of the skeletal system?

Support, Storage, Blood cell formation, Protection, Leverage

what are the 6 bone shape classifications that are used to categorize bones name an example of each

What are the 6 bone shape classifications that are used to categorize bones? Name an example of each.

Long, Short, Flat, Irregular, Sesamoid, Sutural

why would an someone who experienced early puberty be shorter than a normal person

Why would an someone who experienced early puberty be shorter than a “normal” person?

Early production of sex hormones results in a premature close in the growth plates.

how might cancer be related to the development of severe bone mass reduction

How might cancer be related to the development of severe bone mass reduction?

Some cancers cause the release of osteoclast-activating factor, leading to osteoporosis.

why did grandpa get shorter

Why did Grandpa get shorter?

Bones begin to lose mass more rapidly with age.