Exercise 9
               Overview of the skeleton
                              Objectives

3.   Name all the bones in th...
The Axial Skeleton
The Appendicular Skeleton
(Bones of the appendages or limbs)
Bone Markings


•   Bones have bumps, holes and ridges or bone markings.
•   Bone Markings fall into two categories:
     ...
or crest
Overview Of The Skeleton   Exercise 9
Overview Of The Skeleton   Exercise 9
Overview Of The Skeleton   Exercise 9
Overview Of The Skeleton   Exercise 9
Overview Of The Skeleton   Exercise 9
Overview Of The Skeleton   Exercise 9
Overview Of The Skeleton   Exercise 9
Overview Of The Skeleton   Exercise 9
Overview Of The Skeleton   Exercise 9
Overview Of The Skeleton   Exercise 9
Overview Of The Skeleton   Exercise 9
Overview Of The Skeleton   Exercise 9
Overview Of The Skeleton   Exercise 9
Overview Of The Skeleton   Exercise 9
Overview Of The Skeleton   Exercise 9
Overview Of The Skeleton   Exercise 9
Overview Of The Skeleton   Exercise 9
Overview Of The Skeleton   Exercise 9
Overview Of The Skeleton   Exercise 9
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Overview Of The Skeleton Exercise 9

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Overview Of The Skeleton Exercise 9

  1. 1. Exercise 9 Overview of the skeleton Objectives 3. Name all the bones in the skeleton. 4. Understand the bone markings
  2. 2. The Axial Skeleton
  3. 3. The Appendicular Skeleton (Bones of the appendages or limbs)
  4. 4. Bone Markings • Bones have bumps, holes and ridges or bone markings. • Bone Markings fall into two categories: – Projections (processes) – serve as sites of muscle attachment or help form joints. – Depressions (cavities, indentations or openings) – conduits for nerve and blood vessels. The following tables summarize the bone markings.
  5. 5. or crest

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