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Axial Skeleton LabIntroduction:Our skeleton is divided into two sections. One is the central or axial skeleton(as in the earth rotates around its axis).1. This portion is composed of what bones?The axial skeleton provides the attachment points for the appendicularsection (think appendages).2. The appendicular skeleton is composed of what bones?On models and illustrations, identify the following bones:SkullVertebraeThoracic CageFrontal boneC1atlasSternumParietal boneC2axisRibs (true, false, floating)Temporal boneCervical vertebraOccipital boneThoracic vertebraSphenoid boneLumbar vertebraEthmoid boneSacrumInferior nasal conchaCoccyxVomerNasal boneLacrimal boneMaxillaPalatineZygomatic boneMandibleFetal Skull - fontanelsTHE SKULLWatch the animation here:3. Name one bone from this animation whose shape was new to you.
4. Name the bones of the orbit (the eye socket).Go back to the skull models and illustrations and identify the following sutures:
On the temporal bone, identify the following:

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Term
Fall
Professor
TANAKA
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Bones of the head and neck, ethmoid bone

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