Lab Activity 7 Skeleton and Bone Lab Quiz

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Lab Activity 7 Skeleton and Bone Lab Quiz Question 1 The adult skeleton of most men and women contains a total of________. a. 216 bones b. 206 bones c. 204 bones d. 196 bones Marks for this submission: 1/1. Question 2 Complete the following statements with the correct word or number: Transverse foramina of cervical vertebrae serve as passageways for ___ leading to the brain. The thoracic and pelvic curvatures of the vertebral column are called ___ curves. The first vertebra is also called the ___. The upper, anterior margin of the sacrum that projects forward is called the ___. The intervertebral foramina provide passageways for ___ . The joint between a coxa of the pelvis and the sacrum is called the ___ joint. The number of vertebrae that fuse to form the sacrum is ___ . The ___ of the vertebrae support the weight of the head and trunk. The ___ vertebrae have the largest and strongest bodies. The number of separate bones in the vertebral column of an adult is ___. The ___ separate adjacent vertebrae, and they soften the forces created by walking. An opening called the ___ exists at the tip of the sacral canal. The pedicles, laminae, and spinous process of a vertebra form the ___ . The second vertebra is also called the___. The vertebral column encloses and protects the ___. When the head is moved from side to side, the first vertebra pivots around the ___ of the second vertebra. The number of separate bones in the vertebral column of an infant is ___. Marks for this submission: 17/17. Question 3 Identify the bones in the diagram:
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Hyoid Phalanges of the foot Ribs Femur Scapula Tibia Clavicle Fibula Metacarpals Sacrum Cranium Humerus Phalanges of the hand Sternum Carpals Tarsals Metatarsals Coccyx Skull Maxilla Ulna Radius Coxa Marks for this submission: 24/24. Question 4 Match the following bone classification by its shape and/or function:
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