BIOL 223L Lab 4- Terms

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BIOL 223L Lab 4- Terms
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  1. The end of a clavicle that articulates with the sternum is called the:
    sternal extremity
  2. The end of the sternum that articulates with the acromion process of the scapula is the:
    acromial extremity
  3. The articulation points betweeen the sternum and clavicle is the:
    sternoclavicular joint
  4. The articulation point between the clavicle and the scapula is the:
    acromioclavicular joint
  5. The edges of the scapula are generally called:
    borders
  6. Name the two sharp "points" of the scapula.
    • superior angle
    • inferior angle
  7. Which process of the scapula extends from the spine?
    the acromion process
  8. Name the two processes of the scapula.
    • acromion process
    • coracoid process
  9. The depression on the anterior side of a scapula is the:
    subscapular fossa
  10. Which long bone only has epicondyles?
    the humerous
  11. The trochlear notch of an ulna faces which direction, anterior or posterior?
    anterior
  12. The proximal articulation of the radius and ulna is known as the:
    superior radioulnar joint
  13. Your wristbones are called:
    carpals
  14. The body of long bones are termed:
    shafts
  15. When you sit down, your weight is supported by the:
    ischial tuberosities
  16. Which long bone has epicondyles and condyles?
    the femur
  17. Which long bone has only condyles?
    the tibia
  18. The malleolus of the tibia always is oriented:
    medially
  19. The malleolus of the fibia is always oriented:
    laterally
  20. Is the head of the ulna located proximally or distally?
    distally
  21. Is the head of the radius located proximally or distally?
    proximally
  22. The styloid process of the radius is oriented:
    laterally
  23. The radial notch of the ulna will always face:
    laterally
  24. The tibial tuberosity will always face:
    anteriorly
  25. The bones of your fingers and toes are known as:
    phalanges
  26. The posterior ridge of the femur is known as the:
    linea aspera
  27. The ankle bones are known as:
    tarsals
  28. The articulation between the sacrum and hip bones is the:
    sacroiliac joint
  29. Is the head of the fibula oriented proximally or distally?
    proximally
  30. To which bone will the patella articulate?
    the femur

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