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1

What bone is directly above the nasal septum?

Frontal Bone
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2

What bone is to the right of the Maxillary bone but before the temporal bone?

Zygomatic
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3

What bone is behind the temporal bone and under the parietal bone?

Occipital Bone
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4

What bones are to the left and right of the sacrum?

Ischium
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5

What bone is directly above the metatarsal bone?

Talus
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6

What bone is directly under the radius and the ulna?

Carpals
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7

Which vertebrae is above the sacrum?

Lumbar
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8

What bone is behind the temporal bone and under the parietal bone?

Occipital Bone
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9

True or false the parietal bone is flat.

True
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10

Where is compact bone located?

In between the periosteum and the spongy bone
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11

Where is the tibia bone?

To the left of the fibula bone
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12

True or false- the calcaneus is a part of the gliding joint, and a tarsal.

True
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13

Strong connective tissues that holds moveable joints together is a...

ligament
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14

What might happen if your spine was completely straight?

Walking around would be extremely uncomfortable.

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15

What is the order of the different sections of the vertebral columns?

7,12,5,1,1

Spine model in class

16

What do ligaments do?

Attach bones to other bones

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17

As an adult, your skeleton is made of _____ bones than when you were a baby?

A smaller number

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18

What advantage do we gain from the fact that our bones are hollow?

We can move around easy
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19

Name something that is not a function of the skeletal system.

Circulate blood
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20

The vertebra that allows the head to turn or pivot is...

Axis
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21

Which organ system makes blood cells?

Skeletal system
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22

What bones make up the palm of the hand?

Metacarpals

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23

What bone is made up of four fused vertebrae?

Coccyx

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24

What is the sternum?

Breast Bone



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25

What is the clavicle?

Collar Bine


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26

Which joint is a pivot joint?

Neck vertebrae C1-C2

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27

Which joint is moveable which are inmoveable?

Knee and Shoulder are moveable and D is inmoveable

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28

Name the type of of joint that has the largest range of movement.

Ball and socket which is the shoulder and the humerus and clavicle

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29

Explain why some people say we have 33 vertebrae and some say 26. How can we both be right?

Breakfast 7, Lunch 12, and Dinner 5. Bones fuse over time babies have more because Cartalage turns into bone.