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Title: Bones and Skeletal Tissue


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Bones and Skeletal Tissue
Bone Development and Markings
Bone Classification
Bone Histology
Typical Long Bone
Homeostasis
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FINAL ROUND
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Bone Classification 100 Question
  • Most of the bones of our limbs are classified as
    ________ bones.
  • a. long
  • b. short
  • c. flat
  • d. irregular

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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Bone Classification 100 Answer
  • Most of the bones of our limbs are classified as
    ________ bones.
  • a. long
  • b. short
  • c. flat
  • d. irregular

BACK TO GAME
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Bone Classification 200 Question
  • The scapula is classified as a _________ bone.
  • a. long
  • b. short
  • c. flat
  • d. irregular

ANSWER
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Bone Classification 200 Answer
  • The scapula is classified as a _________ bone.
  • a. long
  • b. short
  • c. flat
  • d. irregular

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Bone Classification 300 Question
  • Bones that grow within tendons are classified as
    ________ bones.
  • a. flat
  • b. axial
  • c. sesamoid
  • d. irregular

ANSWER
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Bone Classification 300 Answer
  • Bones that grow within tendons are classified as
    ________ bones.
  • a. flat
  • b. axial
  • c. sesamoid
  • d. irregular

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Bone Classification 400 Question
  • An example of an axial bone is the ________.
  • a. scapula
  • b. ilium
  • c. femur
  • d. sternum

ANSWER
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Bone Classification 400 Answer
  • An example of an axial bone is the ________.
  • a. scapula
  • b. ilium
  • c. femur
  • d. sternum

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Bone Classification 500 Question
  • Phalanges are classified as _______ bones.
  • a. short
  • b. long
  • c. flat
  • d. irregular

ANSWER
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Bone Classification 500 Answer
  • Phalanges are classified as _______ bones.
  • a. short
  • b. long
  • c. flat
  • d. irregular

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Bone Histology 100 Question
  • The structural unit of compact bone is the
    _______.
  • a. osteon
  • b. osteocyte
  • c. lamella
  • d. central canal

ANSWER
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Bone Histology 100 Answer
  • The structural unit of compact bone is the
    _______.
  • a. osteon
  • b. osteocyte
  • c. lamella
  • d. central canal

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Bone Histology 200 Question
  • Osteocytes are found in _______.
  • a. central canals
  • b. Volkmanns canals
  • c. lacunae
  • d. lamellae

ANSWER
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Bone Histology 200 Answer
  • Osteocytes are found in _______.
  • a. central canals
  • b. Volkmanns canals
  • c. lacunae
  • d. lamellae

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Bone Histology 300 Question
  • Lacunae are connected to each other by _______.
  • a. central canals
  • b. Volkmanns canals
  • c. lamellae
  • d. canaliculi

ANSWER
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Bone Histology 300 Answer
  • Lacunae are connected to each other by the
    _______.
  • a. central canals
  • b. Volkmanns canals
  • c. lamellae
  • d. canaliculi

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Bone Histology 400 Question
  • Central canals are connected to each other by
    _______.
  • a. Volkmanns canals
  • b. lamellae
  • c. canaliculi
  • d. lacunae

ANSWER
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Bone Histology 400 Answer
  • Central canals are connected to each other by
    _______.
  • a. Volkmanns canals
  • b. lamellae
  • c. canaliculi
  • d. lacunae

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Bone Histology 500 Question
  • In bone, collagen is found in the _______.
  • a. lacunae
  • b. central canals
  • c. lamellae
  • d. canaliculi

ANSWER
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Bone Histology 500 Answer
  • In bone, collagen is found in the _______.
  • a. lacunae
  • b. central canals
  • c. lamellae
  • d. canaliculi

BACK TO GAME
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Typical Long Bone 100 Question
  • The shaft of a long bone is called the ________.
  • a. epiphysis
  • b. diaphysis
  • c. metaphysis
  • d. epiphyseal line

ANSWER
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Typical Long Bone 100 Answer
  • The shaft of a long bone is called the ________.
  • a. epiphysis
  • b. diaphysis
  • c. metaphysis
  • d. epiphyseal line

BACK TO GAME
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Typical Long Bone 200 Question
  • The membrane that covers most of the outer
    surface of a long bone is the ________.
  • a. epiphyseal plate
  • b. endosteum
  • c. metaphysis
  • d. periosteum

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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Typical Long Bone 200 Answer
  • The membrane that covers most of the outer
    surface of a long bone is the ________.
  • a. epiphyseal plate
  • b. endosteum
  • c. metaphysis
  • d. periosteum

BACK TO GAME
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Typical Long Bone 300 Question
  • Which part of the long bone are you studying if
    you are looking at the articular cartilage?
  • a. Osteon
  • b. Epiphysis
  • c. Metaphysis
  • d. Diaphysis

ANSWER
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Typical Long Bone 300 Answer
  • Which part of the long bone are you studying if
    you are looking at the articular cartilage?
  • a. Osteon
  • b. Epiphysis
  • c. Metaphysis
  • d. Diaphysis

BACK TO GAME
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Typical Long Bone 400 Question
  • Which of the following would not be found in the
    long bone of a thirty-year-old adult?
  • a. Red bone marrow
  • b. Articular cartilage
  • c. Yellow bone marrow
  • d. Epiphyseal plate

ANSWER
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Typical Long Bone 400 Answer
  • Which of the following would not be found in the
    long bone of a thirty-year-old adult?
  • a. Red bone marrow
  • b. Articular cartilage
  • c. Yellow bone marrow
  • d. Epiphyseal plate

BACK TO GAME
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Typical Long Bone 500 Question
  • Spongy bone is made up of small, flat pieces of
    bone called _________.
  • a. Volkmanns canals
  • b. canaliculi
  • c. osteons
  • d. trabeculae

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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Typical Long Bone 500 Answer
  • Spongy bone is made up of small, flat pieces of
    bone called _________.
  • a. Volkmanns canals
  • b. canaliculi
  • c. osteons
  • d. trabeculae

BACK TO GAME
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Bone Development and Markings 100 Question
  • Which of the following is not a bone projection?
  • a. Head
  • b. Meatus
  • c. Tuberosity
  • d. Crest

ANSWER
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Bone Development and Markings 100 Answer
  • Which of the following is not a bone projection?
  • a. Head
  • b. Meatus
  • c. Tuberosity
  • d. Crest

BACK TO GAME
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Bone Development and Markings 200 Question
  • Which bone marking would most likely be part of a
    joint?
  • a. Condyle
  • b. Epicondyle
  • c. Meatus
  • d. Crest

ANSWER
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Bone Development and Markings 200 Answer
  • Which bone marking would most likely be part of a
    joint?
  • a. Condyle
  • b. Epicondyle
  • c. Meatus
  • d. Crest

BACK TO GAME
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Bone Development and Markings 300 Question
  • The bone cell that produces the bony matrix in a
    developing bone is the _________.
  • a. osteocyte
  • b. osteoclast
  • c. osteoblast
  • d. chondrocyte

ANSWER
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Bone Development and Markings 300 Answer
  • The bone cell that produces the bony matrix in a
    developing bone is the _________.
  • a. osteocyte
  • b. osteoclast
  • c. osteoblast
  • d. chondrocyte

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Bone Development and Markings 400 Question
  • The primary ossification center of a long bone is
    found in the _________.
  • a. epiphysis
  • b. diaphysis
  • c. periosteum
  • d. endosteum

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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Bone Development and Markings 400 Answer
  • The primary ossification center of a long bone is
    found in the _________.
  • a. epiphysis
  • b. diaphysis
  • c. periosteum
  • d. endosteum

BACK TO GAME
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Bone Development and Markings 500 Question
  • Which structure plays an important role in
    widening long bones?
  • a. Medullary cavity
  • b. Articular cartilage
  • c. Periosteum
  • d. Epiphyseal plate

ANSWER
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Bone Development and Markings 500 Answer
  • Which structure plays an important role in the
    growth in width of long bones?
  • a. Medullary cavity
  • b. Articular cartilage
  • c. Periosteum
  • d. Epiphyseal plate

BACK TO GAME
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Homeostasis 100 Question
  • A vitamin that is important for optimal bone
    deposition is ______.
  • a. vitamin A
  • b. vitmain C
  • c. vitamin D
  • d. all of the above

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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Homeostasis 100 Answer
  • A vitamin that is important for optimal bone
    deposition is ______.
  • a. vitamin A
  • b. vitamin C
  • c. vitamin D
  • d. all of the above

BACK TO GAME
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Homeostasis 200 Question
  • The cells that are involved in bone resorption
    are _______.
  • a. osteoblasts
  • b. osteocytes
  • c. osteoclasts
  • d. chondrocytes

ANSWER
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Homeostasis 200 Answer
  • The cells that are involved in bone resorption
    are _______.
  • a. osteoblasts
  • b. osteocytes
  • c. osteoclasts
  • d. chondrocytes

BACK TO GAME
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Homeostasis 300 Question
  • Newly produced bony matrix that has not yet been
    mineralized is called a(n) __________.
  • a. epiphyseal plate
  • b. osteoid seam
  • c. calcification front
  • d. articular cartilage

ANSWER
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Homeostasis 300 Answer
  • Newly produced bony matrix that has not yet been
    mineralized is called a(n) __________.
  • a. epiphyseal plate
  • b. osteoid seam
  • c. calcification front
  • d. articular cartilage

BACK TO GAME
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Homeostasis 400 Question
  • Which of the following is not a stage of bone
    repair?
  • a. Callus formation
  • b. Hematoma formation
  • c. Bone collar formation
  • d. Bone remodeling

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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Homeostasis 400 Answer
  • Which of the following is not a stage of bone
    repair?
  • a. Callus formation
  • b. Hematoma formation
  • c. Bone collar formation
  • d. Bone remodeling

BACK TO GAME
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Homeostasis 500 Question
  • Rickets can result from an insufficiency of which
    vitamin?
  • a. A
  • b. C
  • c. D
  • d. E

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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Homeostasis 500 Answer
  • Rickets can result from an insufficiency of which
    vitamin?
  • a. A
  • b. C
  • c. D
  • d. E

BACK TO GAME
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FINAL ROUND Question
  • Compact bone is replaced approximately every ___
    year(s).
  • a. 1
  • b. 3
  • c. 10
  • d. 20

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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FINAL ROUND Answer
  • Compact bone is replaced approximately every ___
    years.
  • a. 1
  • b. 3
  • c. 10
  • d. 20

BACK TO GAME
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