Laboratory Manual for Human Anatomy & Physiology Main Version 4th Edition By Terry Martin – Test Bank
Chapter 13 Organization of the Skeleton
1) The appendicular skeleton consists of
A) the bones of the head, neck, and trunk.
B) the bones of the trunk and lower limbs.
C) the bones of the upper and lower limbs, and the bones that connect them to the axial skeleton.
D) the bones of the skull, upper and lower limbs.
E) the bones of the upper and lower limbs.
2) The bones that connect the upper and lower limbs to the axial skeleton are those of the pectoral and pelvic girdles.
3) Which of the following is NOT true of ossification?
A) Intramembranous ossification involves bone formation from hyaline cartilage models.
B) Most bones develop by endochondral ossification.
C) In both intramembranous and endochondral ossification, both spongy and compact bone form.
D) Ossification occurs during fetal growth and childhood.
E) All of these are true of ossification.
4) Most adults have 206 bones, but the number at birth is close to 275.
5) Which category of bone markings consists of bone parts that serve as attachment sites for tendons and ligaments?
6) The axial skeleton contains more bones than the appendicular skeleton.
7) Which of the following bone markings is in the category of openings?
8) A depression in a bone, shaped like a narrow groove, is called a ________.
9) A rounded bone process that functions as an articulation in a joint is called a ________.
10) The thoracic cage consists of the
A) ribs and sternum.
B) coxal bones.
D) scapulae and clavicles.
E) coxal bones and sacrum.
11) A single bone in the neck region, which supports the tongue, is the ________.
E) coxal bone
12) The number of carpals in the wrists is equal to the number of tarsals in the ankles.
13) All of the following are part of the axial skeleton except the
E) All of these are part of the axial skeleton.
14) The ribs are attached posteriorly to the ________.