BIOL_1005_bones_1_fall_2009

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Bones: the skeletal system BIOL 1005 Fall, 2009
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Landmarks for radiographic views limbs hip dysplasia
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Landmarks for diagnostic assessments  or treatments Ruminal activity Prepíng for a c section
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Landmarks for diagnostic assessments  or treatments Radiographs of limbs Local anesthesia
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Skeletal terminology Relationship to muscular anatomy Circulatory system Immune system
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Skeleton--physiology Bone: functions Support and rigidity Lever system for  muscles Protection of internal  structures Storage of minerals Hematopoiesis
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Skeleton—Gross anatomy Axial skeleton Skull Spinal column Ribs  Sternum
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Skeleton—gross anatomy Appendicular  skeleton Thoracic limb Pelvic limb
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Skeleton Bone—largest  component in adult Hydroxyapatite Collagen  Cartilage Mainly collagen
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By type Compact—dense bone Rigid, with a degree of  flexibility
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2010 for the course BIOL 1005 taught by Professor Newell during the Fall '07 term at Becker College.

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