BIOL_1005_bones_2_fall_2009

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Bones II BIOL 1005 Fall, 2009
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reminder Skeletal system: lectures 10/14, 10/16 Quiz on 10/14 on what we have covered so far re  skeletal Skeletal system: labs 10/13 and 10/15 Review may be 10/19 (depending on how much we  get cover in lecture) Exam on integumentary and skeletal system weds.  10/21
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Immature vs mature Epiphyseal plate  calcifies  Elongation of bone  ceases
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Salter-Harris classification of  growth plate fractures You don’t need to memorize this!
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Periosteum Covers most of surface  of long bones Inner layer is  osteogenic— allows for appositional  growth in young animal Atrophied in mature  animal Outer layer is fibrous
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      Classification of Bones By shape Long Flat Short Irregular
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Long bone Most of bones of  limbs Epiphysis  Proximal  Distal  Diaphysis  Epiphyseal plates Periosteum Endosteum Marrow
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Bone marrow
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Classification of Bones By shape Long Flat Short Irregular
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Classification of Bones By shape Long Flat Short Irregular
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Classification of Bones By shape Long   Flat Short Irregular
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Surface features--nutrient  foramen Opening in shaft of  long bone for blood  supply
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Surface features • Meatus = tubelike passageway or canal
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Surface features Condyle -- large,  round protuberance
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Surface features Condyle=large  round protuberance Tuberosity = large,  rounded, roughened  projection
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Surface features Facet=smooth flat  articular surface Covered with hyaline  cartilage
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Surface features Trochanter=large  projection
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