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Name: _____Colin Campbell Section: DL3 _______________ Purpose: To learn to identify the three bone groups which compose the axial skeleton and the bones of the pectoral and pelvic girdles and their attached limbs on an articulated skeleton. We also will learn to identify the bones of the axial skeleton using the articulated skeleton and skull model as well as to distinguish the different types of vertebrae. The skeleton is divided into two distinct regions, the axial skeleton and appendicular skeleton. This lab will help us understand how the various bones of each division fit and relate to each other. Activity 1: The Skull Questions: A. Name the eight bones of the cranium. Frontal, 2 parietal, occipital, 2 temporal, sphenoid, ethmoid B. What function do the cranial bones serve? To protect our softer more fragile brain. It also helps by means of attaching our brain and other head organs to the rest of our body through connection to the spinal cord. It contains the bones of the face which forms our appearance and holds our teeth in place. C. List the bones that form the eye orbit. Ethmoid, Lacrimnal, Maxilla, Frontal, Sphenoid, and Zygoma. D. Examine your skull model and describe some ways in which the mandible is different from the other bones of the skull. All of the bones of the skull are joined by sutures, synarthrodial joints formed by bony ossification, with Sharpey’s
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2010 for the course CHEM CHEM 181 taught by Professor Tamburro during the Spring '10 term at Ocean County College.

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