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Copyright 2017 - Hands-On Learning | http://holscience.com 1 / 27 Student Name Ellyn Keosian Student ID 19819 Lesson Axial and Appendicular Skeleton Institution Gwynedd Mercy University Session Spring 2018 Course LP-2001-AP-01 Instructor Jim Brown Final Report Test Your Knowledge LP-2001-AP-01 Axial and Appendicular Skeleton
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Copyright 2017 - Hands-On Learning | http://holscience.com 2 / 27 1. Label the regions of the vertebral column. 1 Cervical 2 Thoracic 3 Lumbar 4 Sacral 5 Coccygeal
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Copyright 2017 - Hands-On Learning | http://holscience.com 3 / 27 Area on a bone where two or more bones articulate (move in relation to each other) Region where two bones have fused together Opening in a bone through which nerves and blood vessels pass Small, round projection most often found at the proximal end of bones that serve as a site for muscle attachment Cavity or hollow space in a bone Supporting element that connects the limbs to the axial skeleton 2. Match each term with the best def inition. Facet 1 Suture 2 Foramen 3 Tubercle 4 Sinus 5 Girdle 6
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Copyright 2017 - Hands-On Learning | http://holscience.com 4 / 27 Exploration 3. Label the image of the pelvic girdle. 1. T he axial skeleton is comprised of the skull, vertebrae, and pelvis. True False 2. T he vertebral region that articulates with the ribs is the _____ region. lumbar cervical sacral thoracic 1 Ischium 2 Femur 3 Coccyx 4 Sacrum 5 Ilium 6 Pubic bone 7 Obturator foramen 8 Pubic symphysis
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Copyright 2017 - Hands-On Learning | http://holscience.com 5 / 27 Exercise 1 3. T he pectoral girdle is part of the upper appendicular skeleton. True False 4. An opening in a bone through which a nerve or blood vessel passes is ref erred to as a _____. foramen condyle ramus fossa The first seven ribs are called "true ribs." They connect to the spine and the sternum. The next three sets of ribs are called "false ribs." They connect in the front to the last true rib. The last two ribs are called "floating ribs", because they connect only in the back. 1. Describe the dif f erent types of ribs. Which ribs are considered “f alse” and why?
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