Anatomy 10 Exam 2 Review - Anatomy 10 Exam 2 Review Please...

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Anatomy 10 Exam 2 Review: Please note that this is only a general guide to the second exam. There are no guarantees that everything on the test is included on the following set of review questions. All material discussed in class is fair and appropriate evaluation material. Chapter 5: The Skeletal System 1. What are the components of the skeletal system? 2. What are the functions of the skeletal system? 3. What minerals, specifically, are regulated by the skeletal system? 4. What are the 2 types of bone tissue? 5. What are the circular units of bone found in compact bone called? 6. What is an osteon, central canal, lacuna, osteocyte, lamellae, canaliculi? Functions? 7. What are the typical parts of a long bone? Epiphysis, diaphysis? Epiphyseal plate? 8. When bones begin to develop, what are they made of before becoming ossified? 9. What is the periosteum? Perforating fibers? 10. What are the 3 types of structural joints? What are the parts of a synovial joint? 11. What bones make up the axial skeleton?
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