Jeopardy! Axial and Appendicular Divisions Jeopardy! Axial and Appendicular Divisions

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  • Jeopardy!Axial and Appendicular Divisions

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  • FINAL JEOPARDY

    Category-Appendicular SkeletonThe answer is.

  • Final Jeopardy

    Two anatomical differences between the male and female pelvisback

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  • AnswersFinal Jeopardy Answer- Thickness or density and depth or angle

    OverviewAxial Skeleton IAxial Skeleton IIAppendicular Skeleton IAppendicular Skeleton IIAnything GoesEpiphysisAxialThoracic, sacralAppendicularPhalangesOsteoblastsRed bone marrowSuturesMaxilla, mandibleTibiaPeriosteumOsteoclastsEndosteumForamen MagnumCervical, LumbarIlium, ischium, pubisSpongry, compactOsteoctyesFossaManubrium, Body, Xiphoid ProcessC1 atlas, C2 - axisGreater trochanterCalcaneusSupport, storage, blood cell production, protection, leverageOsteopeniaTrueFacetsScaphoid, Lunate, Triqutrum,PisiformTrapezium, Trapezoid, Capitate, HamateFrontal, parietal, occipital, temporal, sphenoid

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  • Overview200

    The growing ends of a long bone are called ___________back

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  • Overview 400

    Red blood cells are produced here

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  • Overview 600

    Inner medullary lining of boneback

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  • Overview 800

    A shallow depression on the anterior aspect of the scapula is called ________back

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  • Daily Double

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  • Overview 1000

    Normal loss of bone due to aging is calledback

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  • Axial Skeleton I200

    Division of the skeleton consisting of skull, vertebrae, and thoracic cage back

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  • Axial Skeleton I 400

    These structures fuse replacing the open fontanelsback

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  • Axial Skeleton I 600

    The occipital bone contains this very large opening for the spinal cordback

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  • Axial Skeleton I 800

    Name the 3 bony parts of the sternumback

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  • Axial Skeleton I 1000

    These ribs are referred to as ______ ribs because they form a joint directly with the sternumback

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  • Axial Skeleton II200

    The primary curves are _________back

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  • Axial Skeleton II 400

    The bones of the jaw are called _________back

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  • Axial Skeleton II 600

    These curves develop as a child stands and begins to walkback

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  • Axial Skeleton II 800

    C1 and C2 are also known as

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  • Axial Skeleton II 1000

    These vertebrae form articulations with the ribs

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  • Appendicular Skeleton I200

    Division of the skeleton consisting of upper & lower extremities, pelvic and pectoral girdleback

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  • Appendicular Skeleton I 400

    Pictured to the right weight bearing bone of the lower legback

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  • Appendicular Skeleton I 600

    The coxal bones (or hips) are composed of 3 bones. They are _________back

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  • Daily Double

  • Appendicular Skeleton I 800

    A large rounded projection only found on the femur is a muscular attachment siteback

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  • Appendicular Skeleton I 1000

    Name the 4 proximal carpal bonesback

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  • Appendicular Skeleton II200

    General term for the bones of the fingers and toes back

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  • Appendicular Skeleton II 400

    The outer lining of bone tissue is called ___________________back

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  • Appendicular Skeleton II 600

    Osseous tissue is made up of both of these two types of boneback

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  • Appendicular Skeleton II 800

    The heel boneback

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  • Appendicular Skeleton II 1000

    Name the 4 distal carpal bonesback

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  • Anything Goes200

    These cells build up new bone tissueback

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  • Anything Goes 400

    These cells break down and dissolve bone tissueback

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  • Anything Goes 600

    These mature bone cells become trapped in the bony matrix (lamellae)back

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  • Anything Goes 800

    List the functions of the skeletal systemback

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  • Anything Goes 1000

    Name the bones of the skull shown hereback

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