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What are the three parts of a long bone?

What are the three parts of a long bone?

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School: Colorado State University
Department: Equines sciences
Course: Introduction to Large Animal Anatomy
Professor: Jennifer martin
Term: Fall 2016
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Cost: 50
Name: ANEQ105 Week 2 Study Guide (Equine Anatomy)
Description: These should help with the quiz coming up, especially since it was a lot of information!
Uploaded: 08/31/2016
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What are the three parts of a long bone?



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What is point A?______________________________ What is point B?______________________________ What is point C?______________________________ What is point D?______________________________ What is point E?______________________________ What is point F?______________________________ What is point G?______________________________ What are the three parts of a Long Bone?

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What do long bones provide for the horses’ body? _________________________________


What do long bones provide for the horses’ body?



What is the medullary cavity?

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What bone is small and cuboidal in shape?

a. Flat bone

b. Short bone

c. Irregular bone

d. Sesamoid bone

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What are articular surfaces associated with?

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What does NOT make up the axial skeleton?

a. Hyoid apparatus

b. Vertebral column

c. Skull

d. Pelvis

e. Larynx

f. Sternum

g. Ribs

The left and right halves of the mandible are joined at the  ___________________________ which houses all of the lower teeth  and articulates with the temporal bone.


What is the medullary cavity?



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List, in order, the parts of the spine:

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_________________________________________________________ How are the vertebrae joined?

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A hole that is created due to two bones connecting is called a  ____________.

The _________________ and the ________________ form the vertebral  foramen.

The ________ articulates the skull cranially; whereas, the _________  articulates the skull to “rotate”.

The tuber coax could be referred to as the “pins”

True False

The union of the right and left ox coxae is called

____________________.

The os coxae forms the:

a. Knee joint

b. Hip joint

c. Shoulder joint

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Point A on the diagram is the:

a. Pubis

b. Ischium

c. Ileum

Point B on the diagram is the:

a. Ileum

b. Pubis

c. Ischium

Point C on the diagram is the:  

a. Ischium

b. Ileum

c. Pubis

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C

B

Which metacarpals do equines have?

a. ll

b. l

c. lV

d. lll

e. a, b, and c

Metacarpal lll makes up the ____________ bone and metacarpals ll  and lV are the _____________.

What metacarpal is missing in ruminates?

a. lV

b. lll

c. l

d. ll

Equine have ______ weight bearing digit per limb.

The _______ joint is comprised of the proximal sesamoids.  

a. Hock

b. Fetlock

c. Pes

List the three parts of a horses digit (list all names): _________________________________________

_________________________________________

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How many of these parts do ruminants have per foot? ________

Ruminants have ___ proximal sesamoid bones and ___ distal  sesamoid bones per foot.

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