Human Anatomy Lab: Naming Axial Skeleton

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BIO 377: Anatomy Lab - Learning different names of the skeletal system
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  1. How many cervical vertebre bones do we have?
    7
  2. What is this purple part referred to as?
    Axial skeleton
  3. Which vertebrae type doesn't have a body?
    Cervical vertebrae
  4. Which vertebrae type has a transverse foramen?
    Cervical vertebrae are the only one that has these.
  5. What is this a view of?
    The superior view of the atlas.
  6. What is #1?
    Vertebral foramen
  7. What is #2?
    Facet for dens of axis on aterior arch
  8. What is C1?
    The Atlas
  9. What is #9
    Anterior arch
  10. What is #6?
    Superior articular process
  11. What is #7?
    Superior articular facet for occipital condyles
  12. What is this a view of?
    Inferior view of the atlas
  13. What is #10?
    Inferior articular process
  14. What is #5?
    Inferior articular process
  15. What is #10?
    Transverse foramen
  16. What is #11?
    Transverse process
  17. What is #3?
    Posterior arch
  18. What is this a view of?
    Superior view of the axis
  19. What is #1?
    Body
  20. What is #7?
    Dens
  21. What is #6?
    Pedicle
  22. What is #9?
    Superior articular process
  23. What is #8?
    Superior articular facet
  24. What is #4?
    Transverse process
  25. What is #3?
    Transverse foramen
  26. What is #5?
    Lamina
  27. What is #2?
    Spinous process
  28. What is #10?
    Vertebral foramen
  29. What is this a view of?
    Inferior view of the axis
  30. What is #3?
    Inferior articular process
  31. What is #4?
    Inferior articular facet
  32. What is #7?
    Superior articular process
  33. What is #8?
    Pedicle
  34. What is this a view of?
    Posterior view of a thoracic vertebra
  35. What is this a view of?
    Superior view of a thoracic vertebra
  36. How can you tell thorcic and lumbar vertebrae apart?
    Thoracic vertebrae are the only ones that have facet for head of rib and for tubercle of rib
  37. What is this a view of?
    The lateral view of a thoracic vertebra
  38. What is #10?
    Body
  39. What is #3?
    Pedicle
  40. What is #9?
    Pedicle
  41. What is #1?
    Superior articular process
  42. What is #1?
    Superior articular facet
  43. What is #7?
    • Inferior articular process
    • (Inferior articular facet is the smooth surface facing the body of the vertebra)
  44. What is #2?
    Transverse process
  45. What is #5?
    Facet for head of rib
  46. What is #4?
    Facet for tubercle of rib
  47. What is #3?
    Lamina
  48. What is #8?
    Spinous process
  49. What is #8?
    Vertebral foramen
  50. What is this a view of?
    Posterior view of a rib
  51. What is this a view of?
    Superior view of a rib
  52. What is #3?
    Vertebral end of rib
  53. What is #5?
    Head of rib
  54. What is #4?
    Neck of rib
  55. What is #1?
    Tubercle
  56. What is #2?
    Angle of rib
  57. What is #8?
    Costal groove
  58. What is #1?
    Body of rib
  59. What is #2
    Sternal end of rib
  60. What is this a view of?
    Lateral view of a lumbar vertebra
  61. What is this a view of?
    Superior view of a lumbar vertebra
  62. What are special characteristics of the lumbar vertebrae?
    • Large body
    • Superior articular process faces medial (vs posterior)
    • Inferior articular process faces lateral (vs anterior)
  63. What is #1?
    Body
  64. What is #8?
    Pedicle
  65. What is #7?
    Superior articular process
  66. What is #4?
    Superior articular facet
  67. What is #5?
    Inferior articular facet (on inferior articular process)
  68. What is #5?
    Transverse process
  69. What is #6?
    Lamina
  70. What is #3?
    Spinous process
  71. What is #2?
    Vertebral foramen
  72. How many thoracic vertebrae are there?
    12
  73. How many lumbar vertebrae are there?
    5
  74. How many vertebrae makes up the sacrum?
    5
  75. How many vertebrae makes up the coccyx?
    4
  76. What is this a view of?
    The anterior view of the sacrum and coccyx
  77. What is this a view of?
    Lateral view of the sacrum and coccyx
  78. What is this a view of?
    Posterior view of the sacrum and coccyx
  79. What is #5?
    Median sacral crest
  80. What is #4?
    Lateral sacral crest
  81. What is #1?
    Superior articular facet (on superior articular process)
  82. What is #5?
    Sacral foramina
  83. What is #2?
    Sacral canal (entrance to)
  84. What is #2?
    Auricular surface
  85. What is #7?
    Sacral hiatus (bottom opening of sacral canal)
  86. What is #8?
    • Coccyx
    • (Looks like bird beak, or shark tooth)
  87. What is this a view of?
    Sternum
  88. What is #2?
    Manubrium of sternum
  89. What is #3?
    Clavicular notches
  90. What is #1?
    Jugular notch
  91. What is #4?
    Sternal angle
  92. What is #5?
    Body
  93. What is #7?
    Costal notches
  94. What is #6?
    Xiphoid process of sternum

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