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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 7 Question 1 Marks: 8 For each of the following questions, select the matching answer from the menu. " knuckle," the knuckle of any joint; a round projection or articular area (junction of two/more bones) the axial portion of the body bounded by sternum, the rib and associated vertebrae; contains pleural cavities and mediastinum a bone embedded within a tendon; acts to protect the tendon and to increase its mechanical effect(skull) or muscle attachment sites (scapula) a bone embedded within a tendon; acts to protect the tendon and to increase its mechanical effect The above 2 are almost the same, with the difference of naming of the bones. Was that the idea? a tube; external auditory ___ is a tube running from the outer ear to the middle ear "bone" + "germ" or "embryonic"; a mononucleate cell that is responsible for bone formation. It produces osteoid, which is composed mainly of Type I collagen. It is also responsible for mineralization of the osteoid matrix. If the above is correct, then 3 rd one in #4 is impossible since the option does not exist. First seven ___ ___ are connected behind with the vertebral column, and in front, through the intervention of the costal cartilages, with the sternum complex of four polypeptide chains arranged around iron-containing heme groups Correct Marks for this submission: 8/8. Question 2 Marks: 8 For each of the following questions, select the matching answer from the menu. The inferior five pairs of ribs which are not connected to the sternum directly are referred to as ___ ___. within+bone; thin layer of connective tissue which lines the surface of the bony tissue that forms the medullary cavity of long bones Cartilage is retained in the epiphyseal plate, located between the diaphysis (the shaft) and the epiphysis (end) of the bone. It is the last portion of the bone to ossify. This areas of cartilage is known as a back region immediately superior to pelvis process of bone formation in which connective tissues such as cartilage are turned to bone or bone-like tissue breakdown of bone matrix and release the minerals, resulting in a transfer of calcium from bone tissue to the blood. a hyaline cartilage structure located at one or both ends of the bone between the epiphysis (end) and the diaphysis (shaft) of long bones that is the site of bone elongation the process of laying down new bone material by osteoblasts Correct Marks for this submission: 8/8. Question 3 Marks: 8 For each of the following questions, select the matching answer from the menu. within+cartilage; the ossification process responsible for much of the bone growth in vertebrate skeletons, especially in long bones. Mineral matrix replaces cartilage....
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This note was uploaded on 06/11/2010 for the course BIOLOGY A&P1 taught by Professor Lankow during the Spring '10 term at Mayville.
- Spring '10