Principals of Anatomy & Physiology
Cartilage that supports the External Ear
The Cartilage between the Vertebrae?
The cartilage that forms the walls of the voice-box? (Larynx)
The cartilage of the Epiglottis?
The cartilage of the meniscus of the knee joint?
Cartilage that connects the ribs to the sternum?
Cartilage most effective at resisting compression?
Cartilage which is most springy and flexible?
Most abundant cartilage?
What is a spine?
Sharp Slender Process
What is a tubercle?
Small rounded Projection
What is a line?
Narrow ridge of a bone.
What is a tuberosity?
Large Rounded Projection.
What is a head?
Structure supported on neck.
What is a Ramus?
What is a condyle?
Rounded, articular projection.
What is a fissure?
A narrow opening.
What is a meatus?
A canal-like structure.
What is a foramen?
Round or oval opening through a bone.
What is a fossa?
What is a sinus?
What is a trochanter?
A large, irregularly shaped projection.
What is an epicondyle?
Raised area on or above an condyle.
What is a process?
Projection or prominence.
What is a facet?
Smooth, nearly flat articular surface.
What is the end portion of the long bone called?
What helps reduce friction at joints?
What is the site of blood cell formation?
What are the two major sub membranous sites of osteogenic cells?
What is the scientific term for bone shaft?
What contains Yellow Marrow in adult bones?
What is the growth plate remnant called?
What are the layers of bony matrix around a central canal?
What is the site of osteocytes called?
What is the longitudinal canal carrying blood vessels, lymphatics, and nerves called?
What are the tiny canals connecting osteocytes of an osteon?
What are inorganic salts deposited in organic ground substance called?