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List the paired bones of the skull-braincase
Parietal
temporal
List the unpaired bones of the skull-braincase
Frontal
occipital
sphenoid
ethmoid
List the paired bones of the skull-face
Maxilla
zygomatic
palatine
nasal
lacrimal
inferior nasal concha
List the unpaired bones of the skull-face
Mandible
vomer
List and give the number of the vertebrae
Cevical vertebrae 7
Thoracic vertebrae 12
Lumbar vertebrae 5
Sacrum 1
Coccyx 1
TOTAL bones is 26
condyle
smooth, rounded articular surface
factet (needs to be edited)
small, flattened articular surface
crest
prominent ridge
process
prominent projection
tubercle or tuberosity
knob or enlargement
trochanter
large tuberosity found only on the proximal femur
epicondyle
enlargement near or above a condyle
foramen
hole
canal, meatus
tunnel
fissure
cleft, crack
sinus
cavity
fossa
depression
Cervical vertebra
What type of vertebrae is this?
Label the numbers
1. vertebral foramen
2. transverse foramen
3. body
4. transverse process
thoracic
What type of vertebrae is this?
Label the numbers
1. Lamina
2. vertebral foramen
3. Area of depressions
4. body
lumbar
What type of vertebrae is this?
Label the numbers
1. Spinous process
2. transverse process
3. vertebral foramen
4. body
5. lamina
Vertebrae are number from ____________ according to _______.
Vertebrae are number from top to bottom according to region.
What region of vertebrae is this?
Label numbers
Sacrum and coccyx
1-base
2-superior articular process; 3-lateral part
4-transverse ridges
5-anterior sacral foramina
6-apex
7-coccyx
8-sacral vertebrae.
Label the numbers
1-head of rib
2-neck of rib
3-tubercle of rib
4-groove for subclavian artery
5-scalene tubercle
6-groove for subclavian vein.

Б. 1-head of rib
2-neck of rib
3-tubercle of rib.

В. 1-head of rib
2-articular facet
3-crest of head of rib
4-costal groove
5-body of rib
6-sternal end of rib.
Buccinator action only
Pulls mouth back
Occipitofrontalis
action only
moves scalp and eyebrow
Orbicularis oculi
action only
closes eye
Orbicularis oris
action only
Closes lip
Temporalis
Action:
Orgin:
Insertion:
Action: Elevates Mandible
Orgin: temporal
Insertion: mandible
Masseter
Action:
Orgin:
Insertion:
Action: Elevates mandible
Orgin: zygomatic
Insertion: mandible
External intercostal
Action:
Orgin:
Insertion:
Action: elevates ribs
Orgin: inferior edge of ribs
Insertion: superior edge of ribs
Internal intercostal
Action:
Orgin:
Insertion:
Action: depress ribs
Orgin: superior edge of ribs
Insertion: inferior edge of ribs
Diaphragm
Action:
Orgin:
Insertion:
Action: depress chest
Orgin: inferior ribs and sternum
Insertion: central tendon
Rectus Abdominis
Action:
Orgin:
Insertion:
Action: flexes trunk
Orgin:pubis
Insertion:inferior ribs and xiphod process
p 69
Abdominal oblique external
Action:
Orgin:
Insertion:
Action: compresses abdomen
Orgin: inferior ribs
Insertion: iliac crest
p 71
Abdominal oblique internal
Action:
Orgin:
Insertion:
Action: compress abdomen
Orgin: iliac crest
Insertion: ribs 10-12
p 69
Transverse abdominis
Action:
Orgin:
Insertion:
Action: Compresses abdomen
Orgin: cartilage of last 6 ribs
Insertion: pubic crest
p 69
Levator scapule
Action:
Orgin:
Insertion:
Action: laterally flexes neck
Orgin: cervical vertebra 1-4
Insertion: scapula
Pectoralis Minor
Action:
Orgin:
Insertion:
Action: Elevates ribs
Orgin: ribs 3-5
Insertion: scapula
p 75
Rhomboids major and minor
Action:
Orgin:
Insertion:
Action: Retracts, rotates and fixes scapula
Orgin: thoracic vertebrae
Insertion:scapula
p 73
Serratus Anterior
Action:
Orgin:
Insertion:
Action: elevates ribs
Orgin: ribs 1-9
Insertion: scapula
Trapezius
Action:
Orgin:
Insertion:
Action: elevate shoulder, extend head and neck
Orgin: skull and vertebrae (C7-T12)
Insertion: scapula
Deltoid
Action:
Orgin:
Insertion:
Action: Abducts upper arm
Orgin: scapula and clavice
Insertion: humerus
Latissimus dorsi
Action:
Orgin:
Insertion:
Action: Adducts arm
Orgin: vertebrae and iliac crest
Insertion: humerus
p 73
Pectoralis major
Action:
Orgin:
Insertion:
Action: flexes shoulder
Orgin: sternum
Insertion: humerus
p 83
Teres major and minor
Infraspinous
Subscapularis
Action:
Orgin:
Insertion:
Action: extends shoulder
Orgin: scapula
Insertion: humerus
p 75
Gluteus maximus and medius
Action:
Orgin:
Insertion:
Action: abducts and medially rotates thigh
Orgin: ilium
Insertion: femur
Quadricips femoris
Rectus femoris
Vastus laterlis
Vastus medilis
Action:
Orgin:
Insertion:
Action: extends knee
Orgin: Rectus femoris is the illium the rest are the femur
Insertion: tibia
color book page 89
What type of tissue is this?
identify 1 and 2
loose connective tissue
1. collagen fiber
2. elastic fiber
What type of tissue is this?
What type of cells are these?
Adipose tissue

fat cells
Identify slide and type of fibers
Dense Collagenous Connective tissue

collagen fibers
identify
hyaline cartilage
identify

cell name?
fibrocartilage

chondrocyte
identify

cell name?
elastic cartilage

chondrocytes
identify

1. what are the layers called?

2. What are the surrounding dark spots called?

3. What is the middle spot called?
bone

1. what are the layers called?
lamellae

2. What are the surrounding dark spots called?
Lacuna

3. What is the middle spot called?
Central canal
identify
muscle tissue
identify
cardiac muscle
Identify
Neuron

1. Dendrite
2. Nucleus
3. Axon
identify
a. scaphoid
b. lunate
c. triquetral
d. pisiform
identify
a. hamate
b. capitate
c. trapezium
d. trapezoid
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