Spongy is made up of trabaculae which serves a reinforcing plate against a type of force.
The loss of the spongy bone causes the internal support to weaken which the compact bone needs. If the bone doe
Epithelial, Muscular, Nervous, Connective
Squamous, Cuboidal, and Columnar
Simple Squamous Epithelium
Stratified squamous epithelium doesn't allow for absorption to the same degree as simple columnar epithelium. Th
Plasma (cell) membrane and cytoplasm
Smooth endoplasmic reticulum
Lipid and steroid synthesis
Produces energy for the cell
Produces protein for use outside of the cell
Hair follicles, Sebacious glands, and Sudoriferous glands
There would no longer be a protective barrier so that would leave room open for the skin to get an infection and other types of trauma
The pressure is put on the clavicle, because the clavicle is a weaker smaller bone it can be easily broken.
Also, the bone is not completely ossified until about the age of 20.
1. What do sutures, gomphoses, and syndesmoses have in common? These are all
Symphyses are the most common type of fibrous joints. False
Choose the accurate statement(s) regarding the types of fibrous joints. Check all
_ is/are found in compact bone, but not spongy bone. Central canals
Bones in the legs, arms, spine and pelvis grow _. At different rates
Which of the following is not considered a weight bearing activity? Swimming
Trusses and arches, which hel
1. The skeletal muscles are innervated by _. spinal nerves and cranial
2. Which of the following muscles is innervated by the obturator nerve? Gracilis
3. A butcher who cuts the distal portion of his fingers may cut the _
controls the amount of light
field of view
It gets closer together
The field of view decreases from its previous size.
When you are scanning the entire sample looking for areas
you want to observe more
It would stop all motion movement
The dissolved portion in the solution
The difference between two concentrations.
It would cause the cells to shrivel and become crenated.
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