Karle S. Paredes Unit 5 Lab 2 Real Anatomy: The axial and Appendicular Skeleton 1. 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. A thin edge of the scapula closer to the vertebral column is called the medial border.
The medial border, usually convex, can be noticed and felt. The inferior angle and the medial border usually ossify from separate epiphysial centers. In addition, the superior part of the border ends in the infraglenoid tubercle. The superolateral part of the scapula is the piriform glenoid cavity's location for articulation with the head of the humerus. The supraglenoid tubercle locates superior to the cavity.
Its deep crimson color indicates the presence of oxygen-rich blood (Tortora, Derrickson 2006). There is a web of smaller veins and capillaries which will sometimes obstruct the view. The road continues north to the pelvic cavity. The bones of the pelvis are the coxal bones which include the pelvis, ischium, and iliam, the coccyx, and the sacrum (Thibodeau, Patton 2008). Slightly to the right lies the urinary bladder and superior to it is the uterus, with the right ovary and fallopian tube lateral to it.
The exposed surface of the trabuculae is where the canaliculi ends and where nutrients and waste are diffused. 2. In general compare and contrast the three functional classifications of joints according to movement. What are two characteristics that make synovial joints unique and different from other joints? Which joint is stronger-the shoulder or hip joint and why is it?
2.) t = −3.15 describes the difference between women and men for what variable in this study? Is this value significant? t= -3.15 describes the difference between men and women for the variable of mental health. This value is significant because 0.002 is less than the alpha type 1 error rate of 0.05 that was used.
Which t ratio has the smaller p value? Provide a rationale for your answer. What does this result mean? In this study the t=-2.54 has the smaller p value of 0.007 which represent the role physical and has the greater difference between male and female group that were studied post M.I. It is much less than
c. Gallbladder—lies on posterior side of the liver. d. Pancreas—located behind the stomach, attached to the duodenum. 3. Name the four layers of the wall of the alimentary canal. a. Mucosa or mucous membrane b. Submucosa c. Muscular layer d. Serosa or serous layer 4.
The t=-1.99 is significant. It represents the difference of Health Functioning between the men and women. This number shows that there was very little difference between the men and the women. The p value is .049, although close to the alpha score, is still less than the alpha of 0.05. 4.
Question 22: The highlighted bone is the left rib Question 23, 24, 25 This picture is a highlighted section of compact bone tissue from the femoral shaft. The unit is called an Osteons Question 26: This bone is known as a long bone. Question 27: This bone is known as an irregular