A)osteogenic cells B)osteoblasts C)osteocytes D)endosteum cells E)osteoclasts Feedback: Correct! 5 CORRECT The basic structural unit of compact bone is termed ________________. A)lamellae B)periosteum C)endosteum D)osteon E)canaliculi Feedback: Correct! 6 CORRECT Which large multinucleate cells found in bones secrete enzymes to reabsorb matrix? A)osteoclasts B)osteocytes C)osteoblasts D)osteoprogenitors E)chondrocytes Feedback: Correct!
One of the types of tissue that makes up bone is the mineralized osseous tissue, also called bone tissue, that gives it rigidity and a coral-like three-dimensional internal structure. Other types of tissue found in bones include marrow, endosteum, periosteum, nerves, blood vessels and cartilage.
As you navigate a specific bone will be highlighted. Please name each bone. F. Femur G. Ribs H. Claride I. Skull/face/cranium J. Sternum K. Hip Bone Part 3: Identify the type of joint being used by Mr. Skeleton. Look at and identify the highlighted area of joints being used. L. Ball-and-socket joint M. Hinge joint N. Pivot joint O. Condylar joint or ellipsoidal joint Part 4: Identify the types of muscle groups on Muscle Man (e.g., facial, lower extremity, torso, upper extremity).
8. What is the orbit? ____________________________________________________________ ________________________ The frontal bone,lesser and greater wings of sphenoid, What bones contribute to the formation of the orbit? _________________________________________________________ zygomatic, maxilla,palatine ,lacrimal bone and ethmoid bone. ____________________________________________________________ ______________________________________ It forms a central wedge that articulates 9.
They are s-shaped, long, slender bones that lie horizontally across the anterior part of the thorax superior to the first rib. C. Which surface markings could Stefan use to distinguish the right humerus from the left? Stefan could find the coronoid fossa which would indicate that if it is the right or left due to it only being on the anterior side of the bone. Also by recognizing their landmarks such as the head, deltoid tuberosity, and the olecranon fossa D. Why would Stefan think that an enlarged right deltoid tuberosity might indicate right-handedness? The deltoid tuberosity serves as an attachment for the tendons of the deltoid muscle, when you use one arm and hand much more than the other the bone will make that attachment site stronger to ensure adequate use and reduce the risk of harming that tendon, bone, or muscle E. What is the location of the pubic symphysis Stefan refers to in the story?
Module 06 Case Study: Articulations and Nerve Tissue Part I— “Jill” Questions 1. What is the difference between a tendon and ligament? (1 point) Tendons bind muscle to bone, and ligaments bind bone to bone. A sprain is an extended and/or torn ligament, the band of connective tissue that connects the end of one bone with another bone. Ligaments support and stabalize the an individuals joints.
Shanakay Campbell 10/30/2014 A&P2530 Hassan’s Story A. Which clue would tell Stefan which scapular surface was anterior and which was posterior? What is the name of the shallow, oval socket of the scapula that Stefan placed next to the humerus? A: The scapula is a large triangular, flat bone situated in the superior part of the posterior thorax. A prominent ridge called the spine runs diagonally across the posterior surface of the scapula.
Gomphosis: A joint that binds the teeth to bony sockets in the maxillary bone and mandible. b. Why are sutures and gomphoses classified as synarthroses? These sutures are fibrous joints that are immovable. c. Syndesmoses are functionally a bit different.