bio lab 10 - Question 1 1.G 2.I 3.D&P 4.O&T 5.A 6.P 7.D 8.H 9.E 10.D 11.S 12.T 13.B 14.F 15.T 16.C 17.M 18.J 19.P&Q Question 2 The Clavicle acts as a

bio lab 10 - Question 1 1.G 2.I 3.D&P 4.O&T 5.A 6.P 7.D 8.H...

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Question 1: 1.G 2.I 3.D&P 4.O&T 5.A 6.P 7.D 8.H 9.E 10.D 11.S 12.T 13.B 14.F 15.T 16.C 17.M 18.J 19.P&Q Question 2: The Clavicle acts as a strut to hold the glenoid cavity of the scapula laterally away from the narrowest dimension of the rib cage. Question 3: Fourteen Question 4: 1.Eight 2.Pisiform, triangular, scaphoid, lunate. 3.Capitate, Hamate, trapezoid, trapezium Question 5: Beginning with the top left hand corner (acromion), working the way around the figure: 1.A 2.B 3.K 4.J 5.I 6.L 7.H 8.E 9.G 10.D 11.F 12.C
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Question 6: Beginning with the left illustration, from top left hand corner going clockwise: 1.E 2.D 3.H 4.J 5.S 6.I 7.M 8.R 9.A Right illustration, from top center going clockwise: 1.K 2.T 3.N 4.C 5.G 6.Q 7.P 8.O 9.F 10.L 11.B The humerus is a RIGHT bone in a PROSTERIOR view. The radius and ulna are RIGHT bones in an ANTERIOR view. Question 7: Pectoral: Flexibility most important, lightweight, insecure axial and limb attachments Pelvic: Massive, Secure axial and limb attachments, weight-bearing most important.
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