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Cells that reform bone
a) Osteoblasts
b) Osteoclasts
c) Osteocytes
d) Reduction

Cells that break down bown
a) Osteocytes
b) Osteoblasts
c) Osteoclasts
d) Ossification

Mature bone cells that are trapped within the bone matrix
a) Osteoblasts
b) Osteoclasts
c) Osteocytes
d) Fracture

a burn in which the entire thickness of the skin is destroyed
a) third degree burn
b) second degree burn
c) first degree burn
d) red marrow

burn in which only the epidermis is damaged
a) first degree burn
b) second degree burn
c) third degree burn
d) basal cell carcinoma

found in the shaft of infants and in some of the epiphysis of adult bones; forms red blood cells
a) red marrow
b) yellow marrow
c) axial skeleton
d) compact bone

found in the shaft of bone in adults; used for storage of adipose (fat) tissue.
a) red marrow
b) diaphysis
c) epiphysis
d) yellow marrow

composed of compact bone surrounding spongy bone, makes up the knobs of the end of the bone
a) epiphysis
b) diaphysis
c) Axial skeleton
d) red marrow

composed of compact bone, makes up the length of the bone shaft
a) compact bone
b) red marrow
c) diaphysis
d) yellow marrow

composed of small needlelike piece of bone and lots of open space
a) spongy bone
b) compact bone
c) axial skeleton
d) appendicular skeleton

dense and looks smooth and homogenous
a) spongy bone
b) compact bone
c) yellow marrow
d) red marrow

bones of the limbs and girdles
a) appendicular skeleton
b) diaphysis
c) epiphysis
d) red marrow

the bones that form the longitudinal axis of the body; the trunk of the body excluding some of the pelvis and shoulder region
a) axial skeleton
b) appendicular skeleton
c) compact bone
d) spongy bone

The process of bone formation or growth
a) Ossification
b) Reduction
c) Fraction
d) Osteocytes

A break in a bone
a) Osteocytes
b) Osteoblasts
c) Fracture
d) Ossification

Joints; the sites where two or more bones meet
a) Articulations
b) Synarthroses
c) Amphiarthroses
d) Diarthroses

Functional classification of an immovable joint
a) Articulations
b) Synarthroses
c) Amphiarthroses
d) Bursae

Functional classification of slightly moveable joints
a) Articulations
b) Synathroses
c) Amphiarthroses
d) Diarthroses

Functional classification of freely moveable joints
a) Articulations
b) Synarthroses
c) Amphiathroses
d) Diathroses

Flattened fibrous sacs lined with synovial membrane containing a thin film of synovial fluid
a) Bursae
b) Articulations
c) Synathroses
d) Diathroses

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