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(which collects tears and directs them into the nasalcavity).Nasal bones (2)Forms the bridge of the nose.Inferior nasalconchae (2)Form part of the nasal structure.VomerForms the inferior part of the nasalseptum.MandibleLower jaw.Condyloid process articulates with the temporal bone atthe temporomandibular joint. Alveoli are sockets thatthe teeth sit in.
Thehyoid boneis not attached to any other bone and is located in the neck. It supports tongue movement.CervicalContain foramina (openings) in their transverse processes for vertebral arteries to pass through.ThoracicCostal facets used for articulation with the ribs.LumbarVery large bodies.Thethoracic cageprotects the internal organs of the thorax and upper abdomen. The thoracic cage consists of thethoracic vertebrae, the ribs and the sternum. The ribs articulate anteriorly with the sternum and posteriorly withthe vertebrae of the thorax.Appendicular SkeletonBone(s)LocationFunctionPectoralGirdleScapulaFlat, triangular bone locatedon the posterior side of eachshoulder.Articulates with the clavicle and humerus.ClavicleLocated in each shoulder atthe base of the neck.Helps to keep the shoulders in place as part of the pectoral girdle.UpperLimbsHumerusExtends from the scapula tothe elbow.Provides attachments for muscles that move the shoulder andupper arm at the proximal end; articulates with the radius and ulnaat the distal end.RadiusLocated on the lateral side ofthe forearm between theelbow and wrist.Provides attachment for muscles that rotate and bend the arm atthe elbow and muscles that allow movement of the wrist.UlnaLocated on the medial side ofProvides attachment for muscles that bend and straighten the arm
the forearm between theelbow and wrist.at the elbow and muscles that allow movement of the wrist.PelvicGirdleIliumLocated on the superiorportion of the coxal bone.Connects the bones of the lower limbs to the axial skeleton.LowerLimbsFemurExtends from the hip to theknee.Provides attachment for muscles of the lower limbs and buttocks;distal end articulates with the tibia and patella.TibiaLocated on the medial side ofthe leg between the knee andthe ankle.Articulates with the femur, on its superior side, to form the kneejoint; articulates with the fibula on the lateral side; articulates withthe patella on the anterior side; and the tarsels to form the anklejoint.FibulaLocated on the lateral side ofthe tibia between the kneeand ankle.Forms the lateral part of the ankle joint.PatellaLocated on the anteriorsurface of the articulationbetween the femur and tibia.Supports movement of the knee joint.#2Cartilage is a connective tissue that coats the end of bones at articulations to provide a smooth, cushionedsurface.A specific type of cartilage, articular cartilage, is found covering the ends of bones that move within anarticulation (articulate means “to join”). Unlike the structural cartilage of the outer ear and nose, articular cartilage

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Term
Spring
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Communications Course Mentor Group
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