Lab 6 post - LAB 6 THE SKELETAL SYSTEM POST-LAB ASSIGNMENT 6 A MATCHING QUESTIONS Match the terms in column B with the appropriate description in

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LAB 6. THE SKELETAL SYSTEM 1 | Page POST-LAB ASSIGNMENT 6. A) MATCHING QUESTIONS : Match the terms in column B with the appropriate description in column A Column A Column B _____ Sharp, slender process * a. condyle _____ Small rounded projection * b. crest _____ Narrow ridge of bone * c. epicondyle _____ Large rounded projection * d. Fissure _____ Structure supported on neck $ e. Foramen _____ Armlike projection $ f. Fossa _____ Rounded, articular projection $ g. Head _____ Narrow opening + h. Meatus _____ Canal-like structure + I Process _____ Round or oval opening through a bone + j. Ramus _____ Shallow depression $ k. Sinus _____ Air-filled cavity l. spine _____Large, irregularly shaped projection * m. Trochanter _____Raised area on or above a condyle * n Tubercle _____ Projection or prominence o. Tuberosity _____ Smooth, nearly flat articular surface $ P. Facet ______________________________________________________________ * = a site of muscle attachment $ = takes part in joint formation + = a passageway for nerves or blood vessels
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B) LAB L THE SKEL ELLING Label the foll ETAL SYS lowing diagr TEM ram of long bone. 2 |
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2010 for the course NS 3410 taught by Professor Obrien/swanson during the Spring '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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Lab 6 post - LAB 6 THE SKELETAL SYSTEM POST-LAB ASSIGNMENT 6 A MATCHING QUESTIONS Match the terms in column B with the appropriate description in

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