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Axial Skeleton (Grade 10)

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Axial Skeleton

1. 
The mandible is the only movable bone of the skull.
  1. True
  2. False
2. 
The ilium, ischium, and the pubic bones are part of the human axial skeleton.
  1. True
  2. False
3. 
The axial skeleton consists of                 bones.
  1. 33
  2. 80
  3. 126
  4. 206
4. 
Which of the following are primary functions of the axial skeleton?
  1. supports with locomotion and protects the spinal cord
  2. helps with manipulating objects in the environment and supports locomotion
  3. protects the spinal cord and provides stabilization of the appendicular skeleton
  4. provides stabilization of the appendicular skeleton and helps with manipulating objects in the environment
5. 
The ribs protect the organs of the                 .
  1. pelvic cavity
  2. cranial cavity
  3. thoracic cavity
  4. abdominal cavity
6. 
The cervical bones of the vertebral column are associated with the area of the                .
  1. neck
  2. chest
  3. lower back
  4. pelvis
7. 
The thoracic bones of the vertebral column are associated with the                 region of the human body.
  1. neck
  2. chest
  3. lower back
  4. pelvic
8. 
The lumbar bones of the vertebral column are associated with the                 region of the human body.
  1. neck
  2. chest
  3. lower back
  4. pelvic
9. 
Which of the following bones of the vertebral column are also known as your tailbone?
  1. cervical vertebrae
  2. thoracic vertebrae
  3. lumbar vertebrae
  4. coccyx vertebrae
10. 
Use a colored pencil to color the bones on the diagram below that are part of the axial skeleton.
Skeleton



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