Brief Atlas of the Human Body, a with Interactive Physiology 10-System Suite CD-ROM/Human Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory Manual, Main Version, Update/Masteringa&p with Pearson Etext: chapter 7 the skeleton review questions Flashcards


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connected by coronal suture
a. ethmoid
b. frontal
c. mandible
d. maxillary
e. occipital
f. palatine
g. parietal
h. sphenoid
I. temporal

frontal, parietal

2

keystone bone of cranium
a. ethmoid
b. frontal
c. mandible
d. maxillary
e. occipital
f. palatine
g. parietal
h. sphenoid
I. temporal

sphenoid

3

keystone bone of face
a. ethmoid
b. frontal
c. mandible
d. maxillary
e. occipital
f. palatine
g. parietal
h. sphenoid
I. temporal

maxillary

4

form the hard plate
a. ethmoid
b. frontal
c. mandible
d. maxillary
e. occipital
f. palatine
g. parietal
h. sphenoid
I. temporal

maxillary, palatine

5

allows the spinal cord to pass
a. ethmoid
b. frontal
c. mandible
d. maxillary
e. occipital
f. palatine
g. parietal
h. sphenoid
I. temporal

occipital

6

forms the chin
a. ethmoid
b. frontal
c. mandible
d. maxillary
e. occipital
f. palatine
g. parietal
h. sphenoid
I. temporal

mandible

7

contains paransal sinuses
a. ethmoid
b. frontal
c. mandible
d. maxillary
e. occipital
f. palatine
g. parietal
h. sphenoid
I. temporal

ethmoid, frontal, maxillary, sphenoid

8

contains mastoid sinuses
a. ethmoid
b. frontal
c. mandible
d. maxillary
e. occipital
f. palatine
g. parietal
h. sphenoid
I. temporal

temporal

9

bone of the axial skeleton to which the pectoral girdle attaches

a.clavicle
b.ilium
c.ishium
d.pubis
e.sacrum
f.scapula
g.sternum

sternum

10

markings include glenoid cavity and acromion

a.clavicle
b.ilium
c.ishium
d.pubis
e.sacrum
f.scapula
g.sternum

scapula

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features include the ala, crest, and greater sciaic notch

a.clavicle
b.ilium
c.ishium
d.pubis
e.sacrum
f.scapula
g.sternum

ilium

12

doubly curved; acts as a shoulder strut

a.clavicle
b.ilium
c.ishium
d.pubis
e.sacrum
f.scapula
g.sternum

clavicle

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pelvic girdle bone tat articulates with the axial skeleton

a.clavicle
b.ilium
c.ishium
d.pubis
e.sacrum
f.scapula
g.sternum

ilium

14

the "sit down" bone

a.clavicle
b.ilium
c.ishium
d.pubis
e.sacrum
f.scapula
g.sternum

ishium

15

anteriormost bone of the pelvic girdle

a.clavicle
b.ilium
c.ishium
d.pubis
e.sacrum
f.scapula
g.sternum

pubis

16

part of the vertebral column

a.clavicle
b.ilium
c.ishium
d.pubis
e.sacrum
f.scapula
g.sternum

sacrum

17

articulates with the acetabulum and the tibia

a.carpals
b.femur
c.fibula
d.humerus
e.radius
f.tarsals
g.tibia
h.ulna

femur

18

forms the lateral aspect of the ankle
a.carpals
b.femur
c.fibula
d.humerus
e.radius
f.tarsals
g.tibia
h.ulna

fibula

19

bone that "carries the hand"
a.carpals
b.femur
c.fibula
d.humerus
e.radius
f.tarsals
g.tibia
h.ulna

radius

20

the writst bones
a.carpals
b.femur
c.fibula
d.humerus
e.radius
f.tarsals
g.tibia
h.ulna

carpals

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end shaped like a monkey wrench
a.carpals
b.femur
c.fibula
d.humerus
e.radius
f.tarsals
g.tibia
h.ulna

ulna

22

articulates with the capitulum of the humerus
a.carpals
b.femur
c.fibula
d.humerus
e.radius
f.tarsals
g.tibia
h.ulna

radius

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largest bone of this "group" is the calcaneus
a.carpals
b.femur
c.fibula
d.humerus
e.radius
f.tarsals
g.tibia
h.ulna

tarsals