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6. What is the bone that you sit on?

Ishium
Cite: pg. 36 in Fall Notebook

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24. What is not a function of the Skeletal System?

Circulate Blood
Cite: pg. 42 in Fall Notebook

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35. What are the middle vertebrae?

Thoracic
Cite: pg. 36 in Fall Notebook

4

36. The top vertebrae is...

C1, cervical vertebrae and atlas
Cite: pg. 37 in Fall Notebook

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38. What is the vertebrae that is on the bottom?

Lumbar
Cite: 000 in Fall Notebook or IBook

6

40. What best describes the compact bone?

Liquid
Cite: pg. 41 and Brainpop notes in Fall Notebook

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41. The farthest part of the toe away from the leg on the foot is the...

Distal phalange
Pg. 36 & 37 in Fall Notebook

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42. What is the bone on the front side of the leg?

Tibia
Pg. 36 in Fall Notebook

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43. What three things are the heel bone?

Tarsal, calaneus and bone of the gliding joint.
Cite: pg. 37 in Fall Notebook

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47. What advantages do we gain from the fact that our bones are hollow?

We can move around easily.
Cite: pg. 38 & 42

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51. What are three reasons you make new blood cells?

To heal broken bones, during growth, in response to the force of body weight.
Cite: pg. 42 in Fall Notebook

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59. How does exercise help maintain health bones?

By making bones grow stronger and denser.
Cite: pg. 42

13

61. What is the correct order from top to bottom of the number of bones?

7, 12, 5, 1, 1
Cite: pg. 37 & 43

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63. What bone is made up of 4 fused vertebrae?

Coccyx
Pg. pg. 37 in Fall Notebook

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66. What is another name for the mandible?

Lower Jaw
Cite: pg. 39 in Fall Notebook

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67. What apart of the head does the frontal bone make up?

Forehead
Cite: pg. 39 in Fall Notebook

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71. What ribs attached to T11 - T12 called?

Floating
Pg. 36 & 37: in Fall Notebook

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73. What type of joint is on the knee?

Hinge
Pg. 43 in Fall, Notebook

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74. Name the type of joint that provides the largest range of motion.
What is an example of it?
What bones make up this type of joint?

Ball and socket, shoulder joint, scapula, clavicle and humerus.
Pg. 36 & 43 in Fall Notebook

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75. What kind of motion does a knee allow?
What four bones make up this joint?

Backward and forward, femur, patella, tibia and fibula
Cite: pg. 36 & 43