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The Human Skeleton

The Human Skeleton

The Human Skeleton . By Veethuran Rajeswaran . What I’m going to talk about. Interesting facts about the skeleton The reasons why we need a skeleton The Skull A Hinge joint A Sliding joint A Ball and Socket joint. Interesting facts about the bones in the human skeleton.

By Solomon
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Skeletal System

Skeletal System

Skeletal System. Mr. Gerlach’s 7 th Grade Health Education. The Skeletal System in Action !!. The Skeletal System in Action!. 1. Movement: Skeletal system provides points of attachment for muscles. Your legs and arms move when the muscles pull on the bones.

By teneil
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Bones in the human skeleton

Bones in the human skeleton

Bones in the human skeleton. Functions of the skeleton Bone marrow produces blood cells Protection – ribs(heart/lungs); vertebrae of backbone (nerves of spinal cord); pelvis ( some parts of reproductive and digestive systems); cranium/skull (brain/eyes/inner ear)

By Anita
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OA 1.13

OA 1.13

OA 1.13. Please have your binder out and ready for notes. Chapter 18 (pp 456-470). The Pelvis & Thigh. Objectives. Identify… The bones of the hip & thigh The ligaments of the hip & thigh The muscles of the hip & thigh Other structures. Skeletal anatomy. The pelvic girdle.

By kyria
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Shoulder Labral Tear Algorithm

Shoulder Labral Tear Algorithm

Shoulder Labral Tear Algorithm. Rick Hill, Sarah Jarvis Mallory Mahoney, Madeline McCann Lauren Mulsow. Anatomy/ Biomechanics. Glenohumeral joint Ball and Socket Joint Labrum Deepens glenoid Increases Stability.

By odette
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Chapter 5 Skeletal System

Chapter 5 Skeletal System

Chapter 5 Skeletal System. Skeleton. Greek meaning “dried up body” Axial & Appendicular Functions: Support Protection Movement Storage Blood cell formation. Bones. 206 bones Compact and spongy bone Long bones Short bones Flat bones Irregular bones. Long Bones Gross Anatomy.

By tuan
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Body Systems

Body Systems

Body Systems. Unit 5. Cranium (Skull). Mandible. Clavicle. Sternum. Humorous. Rib. Vertebrae. Pelvis. Radius. Ulna. Carpals. Metacarpals. Phalanges. Femur. Patella. Tibia. Fibula. Tarsals. Metatarsals. Phalanges. The Skeletal System. Functions

By adonai
(86 views)

Get out your notes

Get out your notes

Get out your notes. Skeleton System Vocab Quiz. Use your Notes Define the following word on a piece of paper Osseus Porous Axial Cartilage Circulation Appendicular Calcify Brittle Flexible Sedentary. Skeletal system . Structure and Function. Structure of Bone.

By venus
(86 views)

Types of Joints

Types of Joints

Types of Joints. Joint Classification. Fibrous Joints Found where bones have close contact with each other. Connective tissue found between the joint Little to no movement Ex. Found between the sutures of the skull. Cartilaginous joints Found where shock absorption occurs.

By zurina
(209 views)

The Skeletal System

The Skeletal System

The Skeletal System. Functions of the Skeletal System. Five Major Functions. Provides shape and support Enables movement Protects organs Produces blood cells Stores minerals and other materials for your body. Joints of the Skeleton. Joints Types of Joints.

By sibyl
(132 views)

Exam Three Material

Exam Three Material

Exam Three Material. Chapters 8, 9, 10. Joints (Articulations). _____________________________ parts of the skeleton __________________________________ – site where two or more bones meet Functions of joints Give the skeleton _ Hold the skeleton together.

By darena
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Structure of the body

Structure of the body

Structure of the body. The purpose of the skeleton is to support the body & Protect the heart lungs and other organs. Muscles. Muscles work in pairs to contract / shorten and extend / lengthen to bring about body movement. shoulder. Tendons attach MUSCLE to BONE.

By elwyn
(111 views)

Immovable joints

Immovable joints

Immovable joints. Ball-and-socket joint Pivot joint Hinge joint Gliding joint Saddle joint. Name the bone. Name the bone. Name the bone. Name the bone. Name the bone. Name the bones. Name the bone. Name the bones. What type of joint is it?. What type of joint is it?.

By ash
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Joints in our body

Joints in our body

Joints in our body. Aqsa , Iman and Khushi ……………………………………………………………………………………………………. ..0. What is a ball-socket joint?. A ball-socket joint allows movement in many directions , including back and forth, side to side and circular movement. What is saddle joint?.

By robbin
(116 views)

Bones and Joints 1

Bones and Joints 1

Bones and Joints 1. The Skeletal System. Bone is a tissue, a living material made up of cells, and is it full of capillaries. The skeletal system is made up of bones which are connected to each other by joints.

By nellie
(103 views)

Classification of Synovial Joints

Classification of Synovial Joints

Classification of Synovial Joints. Six types, based on shape of articular surfaces: Plane Hinge Pivot Condyloid Saddle Ball and socket. f. Nonaxial. Uniaxial. Biaxial. Multiaxial. c. b. Plane joint (intercarpal joint). a. a. e. d. Figure 8.7a. f. Nonaxial. Uniaxial. Biaxial.

By seven
(150 views)

Joints

Joints

Joints. Articulations. Functions. Hold the bones together securely Give the rigid skeleton mobility. Joint Classification According to “Function”. Synarthroses – immovable joints Amphiarthroses – slightly movable joints Diarthroses – freely movable joints.

By manasa
(214 views)

Animal Bones

Animal Bones

Animal Bones. Are they like ours?. Which animal skeleton is this?. Snake. How does the snake’s skeleton differ from ours?. Which animal skeleton is this?. Dog. How is the dog skeleton similar?. Which animal skeleton is this?. Elephant. Can you locate the ball and socket joint?.

By declan
(189 views)

JOINTS IN THE SKELETAL SYSTEM

JOINTS IN THE SKELETAL SYSTEM

JOINTS IN THE SKELETAL SYSTEM. What is a Joint?. The area where two or more bones articulate (move). Joints give structure and flexibility to the skeleton. Classification. Functional Classifications: 1) Synarthroses: Immovable joints 2) Amphiarthroses: Slightly movable joints

By valin
(107 views)

Recap of Joints JOINT- A place where two or more bones meet.

Recap of Joints JOINT- A place where two or more bones meet.

Recap of Joints JOINT- A place where two or more bones meet. Types of Synovial Joints. Freely moveable (synovial) joints can be divided into six groups depending upon how they move. KEY. Ball & Socket Joint. Hinge Joint. Pivot Joint. Gliding Joint. Saddle Joint. Condyloid Joint.

By marin
(165 views)

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