Anatomy HW 1 - M aggie Skyler Human Anatomy HW#1 1 Planes...

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Maggie Skyler Human Anatomy HW #1 1. Planes & Anatomical Position Anatomical Position (“Anatomical Position)
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Maggie Skyler Human Anatomy HW #1 Sagittal Plane (“ Sagittal Plane”)
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Maggie Skyler Human Anatomy HW #1 Coronal/Frontal and Transverse Planes (“Planes of Human Motion”)
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Maggie Skyler Human Anatomy HW #1 3. Bones Bones(potential of danger is high because they grow fast) Function/Bone Type/Reference to Skeleton Skeleton (“Skeleton”) -“support for the body and its vital cavities; chief supporting tissue of the body” -“protection for vital structures (e.g. heart, lungs)” -“mechanical basis for movement (leverage)” -“storage for salts (e.g. calcium)” -“continuous supply of new blood cells (made by marrow in medullary cavity of many bones)” (Agur, Dalley, Moore 9) Axial -“bones of the head (cranium or skull), neck (hyoid bone and cervical vertebrae), and trunk (ribs, sternum, vertebrae, and sacrum)” (Agur, Dalley, Moore 9) Appendicular -“bones of the limbs, includes those that
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Maggie Skyler Human Anatomy HW #1 form pectoral(shoulder) and pelvic girdles” (Agur, Dalley, Moore 9) Long Bone -“tubular (e.g. humerus in the arm) designed
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