BIOL 2600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Sphenoid Bone, Pubic Symphysis, Axial Skeleton

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ankyl(o)-
crooked, bent or stiff
arthr(o)-
joint
chondr(o)-
cartilage
cost(o)-
ribs
crani(o)-
skull
-desis
surgical fixation of bone or joint
kyph(o)-
hump
lord(o)-
bent backward
-lysis
loosening or setting free
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myel(o)-
bone marrow
oss(e)- / oss(i)- / ost(o)- / oste(o)-
bone
scoli(o)-
curved
spondyl(o)-
vertebrae
synovi(o)- / synov(o)-
synovial membrane
-um
noun ending
skeletal system (8 parts)
consists of the bones, bone marrow, cartilage, joints, ligaments, synovial membrane, synovial
fluid and bursa
periosteum 60
tough, fibrous tissue that forms the outermost covering of bone
compact bone
dense, hard, and very strong bone that forms protective outer layer of bones
spongy bone 60
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found in ends and inner portions of long bones - red bone marrow here
medullary (MED-you-lehr-ee) cavity 60
located in the shaft of a long bone and is surrounded by compact bone
endosteum 61
tissue that lines the medullary cavity
red bone marrow
located in spongy bone - hemopoietic tissue that manufactures red blood cells, hemoglobin,
white blood cells, and thrombocytes
hemopoietic
pertaining to formation of blood cells
yellow bone marrow 61
functions as a fat storage area - located in the medullary cavity
cartilage
smooth, rubbery, blue-white connective tissue that acts as a shock absorber between bones
articular cartilage
covers the surfaces of bones where they come together to form joints - makes smooth movement
possible and protects bones from rubbing against each other
meniscus 61
curved fibrous cartilage found in some joints (knee and temporomandibular joint)
diaphysis (dye-AF-ih-sis) 61
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