Moving_and_Growing_Quiz - 1. Whydowehaveaskeleton? a.

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1. Why do we have a skeleton? a. To protect important organs, to help us move and support our body. b. To keep us strong, tall and look good. c. To keep us warm, to stop us from falling over and to help us walk. 2. How many bones are there in the Human Body? a. 500 b. Over 206 c. Under 300 3. What protects the Heart and Lungs? a. Skull b. Ribs c. Backbone 4. What is the proper terminology for your Knee cap? a. Scapula b. Humerus c. Patella 5. What is the longest bone in the body? a. Femur b. Spine c. Humerus 6. Where can the smallest bone be found in the Human Body? a. In the Neck b. In the Ear c. In the Hand 1
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7. Bones are connected to… a. Skin b. Joints c. Veins 8. Bones are made of… a. Calcium, protein and minerals b. Sugar, blood, minerals c. Protein, carbohydrates, salt 9. When a bone breaks it is called a … a. Crack b. Cut c. Fracture 10. Animals that do not have a backbone are called.
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2011 for the course INBIO 276R taught by Professor Johngardner during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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