Processes that form where tendons or ligaments attach to a bone include A

Processes that form where tendons or ligaments attach

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58) Processes that form where tendons or ligaments attach to a bone includeA) condyles and trochleae.B) fossae, sulci, and foramina.C) rami and heads.D) trochanters, tuberosities, and tubercles.E) All of the answers are correct.Answer: DSection Title: Anatomy of Skeletal ElementsLearning Outcome: 5.9Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge59) Which of the following is most likely to have a nerve pass through it?CSection Title: Anatomy of Skeletal ElementsLearning Outcome: 5.9Bloom's Taxonomy: Comprehension
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60) Which of the following is best for viewing bones?BSection Title: Anatomy of Skeletal ElementsLearning Outcome: 5.9Bloom's Taxonomy: Application5.2 Fill-in-the-Blank Questions1) The deposition of ________ salts around the protein fibers of the matrix makes a bone both solid and sturdy.Section Title: Structure of BoneLearning Outcome: 5.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge2) The yellow marrow that fills the medullary cavities of many bones stores ________.Section Title: Structure of BoneLearning Outcome: 5.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge3) Because they are strong and relatively inflexible, calcium phosphate crystals enable bone to withstand the stress of ________.Section Title: Structure of BoneLearning Outcome: 5.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge4) Because they resist stretch, the ________ fibers provide the tensile strength of bone.Section Title: Structure of BoneLearning Outcome: 5.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge5) The outer surfaces and walls of bones are composed of ________ bone.Section Title: Structure of BoneLearning Outcome: 5.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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6) The force of tension applied to a bone is counteracted by the presence of many ________ fibers.Section Title: Structure of BoneLearning Outcome: 5.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge7) Trabeculae are struts or plates within ________ that assist in withstanding stresses in a specific direction.Section Title: Structure of BoneLearning Outcome: 5.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge8) The production of new bone is called ________. Section Title: Structure of BoneLearning Outcome: 5.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge9) As a long bone develops, the point where osteoblasts first replace calcified cartilage with spongy bone becomes the ________ center, from which further development proceeds.Section Title: Bone Development and GrowthLearning Outcome: 5.5Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge10) The addition of ________ to a tissue causing it to harden is referred to as calcification.Section Title: Bone Development and GrowthLearning Outcome: 5.5Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge11) The vessels supplying blood to the inner (diaphyseal) surface of each epiphyseal plate, wherebone is replacing cartilage, are called ________ vessels.
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