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Unformatted text preview: Bone Tissue March 31 st , 2011 Readings and Information • Chapter 6: Bone Tissue (pp. 154-161 & 166-171 – omit fractures) • Questions from your text that are useful for reviewing: • Before you go on: 2,4,5,6,9,10,18 • Think about it: none • Testing your recall: 1-4,7,8,10,12,14,16,17 • True/false: 1,5,6,8,9 • Testing your comprehension: 1,2 Read before coming to class on Thursday Read about the 7 functions of the skeleton (pp 154) – bones are not for support only. Know that os, osse, oste, osteo = bone Read about the different shapes of bones and their functions (pg 155, fig 6.1). Long & short bones are for muscle attachment and movement, flat bones are for organ protection and irregular bones are just irregular in shape because they often have more than one function. Reading & Lecture Outline Identify the parts of a long bone (pg 155-56, Fig 6.2): • diaphysis, epiphysis, spongy bone, compact bone, medullary cavity, epiphyseal plate, periosteum,...
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