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Unformatted text preview: 2. Appendicular Functions of Bones 1. Support the body 2. Protect internal organs 3. Allow Movement 4. Store minerals and fats 5. Blood cell formation Two Types of Bone Tissue 1. Compact 2. Spongy Classification of Bones 1. Long Bones Longer than wide Head and shaft Mostly compact bone 2. Short Bones Cube Shape Mostly Spongy Bone 3. Flat Bone Thin, flat, usually curved Compact, Spongy, Compact 4. Irregular Bone Irregular Shape Hip, Vertebrae Osteocyte- Bone Cell Osteoblasts- Bone Forming Cell Osteoclasts- Bone Destroying Cells...
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2011 for the course BIO 112 taught by Professor Mastrobuoni during the Spring '08 term at Morris County.
- Spring '08