Chapter 4.1 and 4.2 Growth & Development
1. In the figure would you expect great action by the osteoblasts or osteoclasts in the
In the figure, what is the feature designated by the arrow, and what is significant of
Chapter 6.1 Quadrupeds, Bipeds and Brachiators
4. What does the morphology of the os coxa shown in the figure tell you about the
locomotor pattern of the individual?
It appears long and narrow, possibly belonging to a quadruped, as indicated by the wide s
Chapter 5.1 Biological Classification
1. Some of the differences between the two primate classification systems were listed in
the text. What are some of the other differences?
The updated primate classification system splits from primates into Strepsirhi
Chapter 3.2 -The Human Skeleton
Why do we usually see trabecular bone near articular surfaces of bone?
Due to the pressure, shock absorbing and rubbing components of these areas much of the
bone surfaces that meet and have a significant amount of conta
LAB 5.1 Questions 3, 7, and 10
3) I would base them on different species because of the size and the features of the skulls. Also
the teeth are a lot larger in one specie and they do not share common features. Even species in
same categories share similar