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DIAPHYSIS
SHAFT OF BONE
EPIPHYSIS
PROXIMAL AND DISTAL NOBS
3 FLAT BONES
RIBS, SKULL, MANDIBLE
CONDYLE
DISTAL END OF BONE
TUBERCLE
RIDGE ALONG EPIPHYSIS
TUBEROSITY
SMALL TUBERCLE POINT OF MUSCLE ATTACHMENT
BONES WITH RED MARROW
FLAT BONES-RIBS, CRANIUM-PELVIS
BRACHIUM
PROXIMAL PART OF FORELIMB/HUMERUS
ANTEBRACHIUM
RADIUS/ULNA
3 BONES OF THE PALATE
PREMAX-MAX-PALATINE
INTERPARIETAL ONLY IN THESE 2 ANIMALS
HORSE AND CAT
CALAVARIA CONTAINS THESE 2 BONES
FRONTAL AND PARIETAL
ENTRANCE OF SPINAL CORD TO BRAIN IN THIS BONE
OCCIPITAL
SQUAMOSAL SKULL SUTURE
PARIETAL AND TEMPORAL BONES
CORONAL SKULL SUTURE
FRONTAL AND PARIETAL
MASTOID PROCESS IS LOCATED?
VENTRAL TEMPORAL/NEAR BULLA
LOCATION OF JUGULAR FORAMEN
IN OCCIPITAL BONE
LOCATION OF FORMEN OVALE
NEAR CAUDAL MANDIBLE
PETROUS TEMPORAL BONE
HOUSES MIDDLE EAR
THE CORNUAL PROCESS IS IN WHAT BONE?
FRONTAL BONE
ONLY SWINE HAVE THESE BONES
ROSTRAL
ONLY HORSES HAVE THIS FACIAL BONE
FACIAL CREST
LINGUAL PROCESS
ONLY RUMINANTS AND HORSES/CONNECTS BASIHYOID AND TONGUE
WHAT ATTACHES TO THE TRANSVERSE PROCESS OF VERTEBRAE
MUSCLES
WHAT ATTACHES TO THE ARTICULAR PROCESS OF THE VERTEBRAE
OTHER VERTEBRAE
HOW MANY STERNEBRA DO CARNIVORES HAVE
8
HOW MANY STERNEBRA DO OMNIVORES HAVE
6
NAME THE BONES OF THE THORACIC LIMB
SCAPULA-HUMERUS-ULNA-RADIUS-CARPAL-METACARPAL-PHALANGES
IN THE CAT, THE SCAPULA IS
FREE FLOATING
THE FETLOCK IS THE JOINT BETWEEN
METACARPALS AND P1
P1 IS ALSO CALLED THE
LONG PASTERN
P2 IS ALSO CALLED THE
SHORT PASTERN
P3 IS ALSO CALLED THE
COFFIN BONE
THE NAVICULAR BONE IS BETWEEN
P2 AND P3