The Skeletal System - Anatomy and Physiology The Skeletal...

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Anatomy and PhysiologyThe Skeletal SystemFunctions of boneSupport and protectioni.Support muscleii.You would be a puddleAssisting in movementMineral homeostasis(calcium)i.Storage for calciumii.Bones release stored calcium into the bloodBlood cell production(red bone marrow)Fat storagei.Yellow bone marrow is just fatBonesAll bones are made up of osseous tissue(bone tissue) which resemblestree trunksBone Shapesi.Long bones1.Typically longer than wide2.Contain mostly compact bone3.Shaft with heads at both ends4.includea.Femur, Humerus, Ulna, Radius, Tibia, Fibula,Metacarpals, Metatarsals, Phalanges
25.Structurea.Epiphysesi.Ends of the boneii.Spongyb.Diaphysisi.middle/shaftii.Compactc.Articular cartilagei.At epiphysisii.To keep bone from grinding boned.Medullary cavityi.Hollow middleii.Yellow bone marrow(fat)-Adultsiii.Red bone marrow(blood)- kids 0-3e.Periosteumi.The outside of the boneii.Wraps diaphysisf.Epiphyseal linei.

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