Ch7

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Ch7
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2011-10-18 18:09:50
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  1. The portion of the skeleton that consists of the skull, spinal column, ribs and sternumis the
    axial skeleton
  2. The portion of the skeleton that consists of the upper extremities and shoulder girdle plus the lower extremities and pelvic girdle is the
    appendicular skeleton
  3. A specialized connective tissue that covers all bones of the body is the
    periosteum
  4. Cells that are associated with bone formation are
    osteoblast
  5. The "blank" anchor the periosteum to the bone.
    Sharpey's fibers
  6. "blank" forms the outer layer of bones, where it is needed for strenght.
    compact bone
  7. The lighter bone that is found in the interior of bones is the
    cancellous bone
  8. "blank" is a tough connective, nonvascular, elastic tissue.
    cartilage
  9. Structural areas where two or more bones come together are
    joints
  10. "blank" is another term for joints.
    articulations
  11. "blank" are muscles that function automatically, without conscious control.
    Involuntary muscles
  12. The location where the muscles begin is the
    muscle origin
  13. The location where the muscles ends is the
    muscle insertion
  14. The "blank" is a doubled-walled sac that encloses the heart.
    pericardium
  15. Large blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart are
    arteries
  16. Blood vessels that carry blood to the heart
    veins
  17. The "blank" is composed of the brain and spinal cord.
    Central Nervous System
  18. The "blank" is composed of the cranial nerves and spinal nerves.
    Peripheral Nervous System
  19. "blank" are direct nerve impulses.
    Neurons
  20. A rhythmic action that moves food through the digestive tract is
    peristalsis
  21. The "blank" involves the skin.
    integumentary system

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