Chapter 6: Part 2
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Chapter 6: Part 2
Part 2 Bones & Skeletal Tissue
What are 3 bone markings?
Bone markings are sites of attachment for ___________, ___________, & __________.
muscles, ligaments, and tendons
Rounded projection = ____________
Narrow, prominent ridge = __________
large, blunt, irregular surface = __________
raised area above a condyle = __________
sharp, slender projection = ___________
any bony prominence = ___________
Projections that help to form joints are ___________, ___________, & ___________.
bony expansion carried on a narrow neck = ___________
smooth, nearly flat articular surface = ____________
rounded articular projection = __________
Depressions and openings are __________, ___________, & ___________.
canal like passageway = ___________
shallow, basinlike depression = __________
round or oval opening through a bone = _____________
Two textures of bones are _________ & __________.
compact and spongy
Dense outer layer is __________ bone.
Honey comb or trabecular layer of bone is ___________ bone.
The shaft of the bone is the __________.
What surrounds medullary cavity?
compact bone collar
What is medullary?
Medullary in adults contains ______.
The expanded ends is the ________.
What kind of interior does the ephyses have?
What is the ephyseal line?
remnant of growth plate
What does the epiphyses have on joint surfaces?
Articular (hyaline) cartliage
Outer fibrous layer of the bone is the ______________.
What makes up the inner osteogenic layer?
___________ are bone forming.
____________ are bone destroying.
What are osteogenic cells?
How do nerve fibers, nutrient blood vessels, and lymphatic vessels enter the bone?
via nutrient foramina
Periostium is secured to underlying bone by ___________ fibers.
Delicate membrane on internal surfaces of bone is ____________.
Endosteum also includes __________ & ___________.
osteoblasts and osteoclasts