acetabulum
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Rounded depression, or socket, in the pelvic bone wherein the thigh bone joins through the pelvis
acromionOutward expansion of the shoulder bone forming the allude of the shoulder
articular cartilageThin layer of cartilage in ~ the ends of long bones
calciumOne of the mineral constituents of bones
cancellous boneSpongy, porous, trabecular bone tissue.

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cartilage tissueFlexible, rubbery connective tissue found on joint surfaces and also in the embryonic skeleton.
compact boneHard, dense bone tissue.
condyleKnuckle-like process at the end of a bone near the joint.
cranial bonesEthmoid, frontal, occipital, parietal, sphenoid, and temporal.
diaphysisShaft, or midportion, that a long bone
disk (disc)Flat, round, plate like structure. One intervertebral disc is a fibrocartilaginous substance in between the vertebrae.
epiphyseal plateCartilaginous area at the ends of lengthy bones where lengthwise growth takes place
epiphysisEach end of a lengthy bone.
facial bonesLacrimal, mandible, maxillae, nasal, vomer, and also zygomatic.
false ribsRibs 8-10
fissureNarrow,, slit-like opening between bones.
floating ribsRibs 11 and 12.
fontanelleSoft point out (incomplete bone formation) in between the skull skeleton of one infant.
foramenOpening or passage in bones whereby blood vessels and also nerves enter and leave. The foramen mmagnum is the opening of the occipital bone with which the spinal cord passes.
fossaShallow cavity in a bone.
haversian canalsMinute spaces filled through blood vessels, found in compact bone.
malleolusRound process on both political parties of the ankle joint.
mastoid processRound forecast on the temporal bone behind the ear.
medullary cavityCentral, hollowed-out area in the shaft of a lengthy bone.
olecranonLarge procedure forming the elbow.
osseous tissueBone tissue
ossificationProcess the bone formation
osteoblastBone cell the helps form bone tissue.
osteoclastBone cell that absorbs and removes undesirable bone tissue.
periosteumMembrane neighboring bones.
phosphorusMineral substance uncovered in skeletal in combination with calcium.
pubic symphysisArea of blend of the two pubic bones.
red bone marrowFound in cancellous bone; site of hemopoiesis.
sinusCavity in ~ a bone.
styloid processPole-like process on the temporal bone.
sulcusGroove-like depression.
trabeculaeSupporting bundles of bony fibers in cancellous (spongy) bone.
trachanterLarge process below the neck of the femur.
tubercleSmall, rounded process on a bone.
tuberosityLarge, rounded procedure on a bone.
vertebraBack bone, written of: vertebral body, vertebral arch, spinous process, transverse processes, lamina, and neural canal.
xiphoid processLower, narrow section of the sternum.

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yellow bone marrowFatty tissue uncovered in the diaphyses of long bones.