Joints Vertebrae and Ribcage Cranial Bones Appendicular Skeleton I.
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Slide 1 Slide 2 Slide 3 Joints Slide 4 Vertebrae and Ribcage Slide 5 Cranial Bones Slide 6 Appendicular Skeleton I Slide 7 Appendicular Skeleton II Slide 8 Surprise Me Slide 9 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Slide 10 Immovable joints Slide 11 Back to Main Screen Synarthroses Slide 12 The teeth in the jaw are an example of this type of specific joint Slide 13 Gomphoses Back to Main Screen Slide 14 The joints between the metacarpals and phalanges Slide 15 Ellipsoidal Back to Main Screen Slide 16 Distal articulation of the tibia and fibula Slide 17 Syndesmosis Back to Main Screen Slide 18 Lifting the head is an example of this type of lever Slide 19 First Class Lever Back to Main Screen Slide 20 These type of vertebrae have a heart-shaped body Slide 21 Thoracic Back to Main Screen Slide 22 You have this many pairs of true ribs Slide 23 7 pairs Back to Main Screen Slide 24 Transverse foramen are found in this type of vertebrae Slide 25 Cervical Back to Main Screen Slide 26 You have this many thoracic vertebrae Slide 27 12 Back to Main Screen Slide 28 The occipital condyles articulate with this vertebrae Slide 29 Atlas Back to Main Screen Slide 30 This suture is located between parietal and temporal bones Slide 31 Squamous Back to Main Screen Slide 32 This bone contains your tear duct Slide 33 Lacrimal Back to Main Screen Slide 34 The mastoid process is found on this bone Slide 35 Temporal Back to Main Screen Slide 36 This is where the coronal suture meets the sagittal suture Slide 37 Bregma Back to Main Screen Slide 38 The zygomatic process is a projection of this bone Slide 39 Temporal Back to Main Screen Slide 40 These are the bones that make up your ankle Slide 41 Tarsals Back to Main Screen Slide 42 The clavicle articulates with this bone of the axial skeleton Slide 43 Sternum Back to Main Screen Slide 44 This feature is known as your sit bone Slide 45 Ischial tuberosity Back to Main Screen Slide 46 The corocoid process is found on this bone Slide 47 Scapula Back to Main Screen Slide 48 You have this many phalanges in each hand Slide 49 14 Back to Main Screen Slide 50 These two bones articulate at the glenoid cavity Slide 51 Scapula and humerus Back to Main Screen Slide 52 This bone has a lateral malleous Slide 53 Fibula Back to Main Screen Slide 54 Combined, your ankles have this many bones Slide 55 14 Back to Main Screen Slide 56 In anatomical position, the radius lies _____ to the ulna Slide 57 Lateral Back to Main Screen Slide 58 Slide 59 The radial notch is located on this bone Slide 60 Ulna Back to Main Screen Slide 61 These cells build bone tisse Slide 62 osteoblasts Back to Main Screen Slide 63 The structural functional unit of compact bone Slide 64 osteon Back to Main Screen Slide 65 This hormones increases osteoclast activity Slide 66 parathyroid Back to Main Screen Slide 67 The ends of long bones are called the Slide 68 epiphyses Back to Main Screen Slide 69 Osteoporosis is caused by decreasing levels of the hormone Slide 70 estrogen Back to Main Screen
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