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Skeleton/El Esqueleto

Skeleton/El Esqueleto

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This lesson will identify the structure and function of the appendicular skeleton.

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Tutorial

En esta lección vamos a hablar de las dos divisiones del el sistema óseo, que son el esqueleto axial y apendicular.

TERMS TO KNOW
  • Sternum

    ​A bone of the axial skeleton that serves as an attachment point on the front of the body for the ribs.

  • ​Ribs

    Bones of the axial skeleton that attach to the sternum and backbone to compose a "cage" that protects internal organs.

  • ​Vertebral Column

    ​A part of the axial skeleton that protects the spinal cord and gives shape and structure to the body.

  • Skull

    A part of the axial skeleton that acts to protect the brain.

  • Axial Skeleton

    ​The division of the skeletal system that composes the body's vertical axis and includes the skull, backbone, ribs and sternum.

  • ​Pectoral Girdle

    ​The bones associated with the upper part of the appendicular skeleton including the scapulas, clavicles and arms.

  • ​Pelvic Girdle

    ​The bones associated with the lower part of the appendicular skeleton including the pelvis and legs.

  • Appendicular skeleton

    The division of the skeletal system that includes the bones of the hips, shoulders and the limbs.