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Bones

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Bones How many bones are in a fully developed human body? 206 More than half being in your feet and hands alone (106) Out of the 206.. 28 are skull bones
-8 Cranial vault
- 14 face
-6 Auditory ossicles 26 Vertebral Column
-7 Cervical
-12 Thoracic
-5 Lumbar
-1 Sacrum
-1 Coccyx 25 Rib Cage
-24 Ribs
-1 Sternum 4 Pectoral Gridle
-2 Scapula
2 Clavicle 60 Upper Limb
-2 Humerus
-2 Ulna
-2 Radius
-16 Carpals
-10 Metacarpals
-28 Phalanges 2 Pelvic Girdle
-2 Coxal 60 Lower Limb
-2 Femur
-2 Tibia
-2 Fibula
-2 Patella
-14 Tarsals
-10 Meatarsals
-Phalanges Bone shapes Long Bones
-Longer then wide
-Includes most upper and lower limb bones Flat Bones
-Relatively thin and flat shape
-Usually curved
-Skull bones, breast bones, shoulder blades, and ribs Irregular Bones
-Shapes that don't really fit into category
-Vertebrae and facial bones The outer surface..
Is called periosteum
-Thin, dense membrane
-Contains blood vessels that nourish bone The next layer ..
Is made up of compact bone
-Smooth and very hard
-What you see when looking at skeleton Within compact bone..
-Many layers of cancellous
-looks like a sponge
-Very strong How many bones are in your
hands and feet alone? What layer of the bones is
the strongest? Seely Rod R., Stephens Trent D., and
Tate Philip, Skeletal System: Bones
and Bone Tissue, (McGraw Hill , 2000), 185.

Seely Rod R., Stephens Trent D., and Tate Philip, Skeletal System: Bones and Bone Tissue, (McGraw Hill , 2000), 186.

Seely Rod R., Stephens Trent D., and Tate Philip, Skeletal System: Bones and Bone Tissue, (McGraw Hill , 2000), 158.

Seely Rod R., Stephens Trent D., and Tate Philip, Skeletal System: Bones and Bone Tissue, (McGraw Hill , 2000), 160.

KidHealth, "Your Bones." Last modified Oct, 2012. Accessed January 08, 2013.

http://kidshealth.org/kid/htbw/bones.html
VAcca Fodea, "9 Amazing Bone Facts." Last modified 01/15/2012. Accessed January 10, 2013. http://www.dailyrandomfacts.com/miscellaneous-facts/9-amazing-bone-facts/. Bones 14% of your weight Every second one bone marrow produces two million red blood cells Short Bones
-Broad as are long
-Cubed shaped
-Wrist and ankle bones Interesting facts The bone Layers Bone Cancer -Cancer that starts in the bone is uncommon
-Pain is the most common symptom of bone cancer
-Surgery is the usual treatment for bone cancer
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