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Most bones in the appendicular skeleton develop from cartilage in a process known as endochondral ossification.


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The appendicular skeleton has the most bones with a total of 126 bones.

The most common congenital abnormality of the appendicular skeleton is theDysplasia of the hip

the appendicular skeleton consists of 126 bones in the body. the most recognized being the arms and legs; ulna, radius, humerus, carcels, metecarcels, phalanges, shoulder gurdal, plevic gurdal, femur, tidia, fibia, tarcels, metetarcels, these are just a few that make the 126 appendicular bones in the body

Bones of the whole body especially appendicular skeleton are involved in Long jump. Bones of the foot, ankle, tibia, fibula, femur, hip bone, and spine are the bones most commonly involved.

backbone and skull. the bones that make up the vertebral column and skull. The skeleton is divided into two portions: Axial and Appendicular. Appendicular is all the bones from the humerus of the arm to the distal-most digits of the fingers and from the femur to the tips of your toes. Axial is everything else. Cranium Vertebra

For the most part yes. The only part of the axial skeleton it is in contact with is the sacrum and coccyx. But is it also attached to the iliac crest which is appendicular and its main action is extension and lateral rotation of the thigh.

There are 206 bones in the human skeleton. There are 80 bones in the axial skeleton, which is mainly comprised of the vertebral column (the spine), the skull, and the rib cage. There are 126 bones in the appendicular skeleton, which includes all movable limbs and supporting structures (girdles). These 206 bones are classified into 5 types: 1. Long bones- found in the arms and legs. Ex. the femur 2. Short bones- most common in wrists, such as the carpal bone, and ankles 3. Flat bones- flat, thin, and often protect vital organs Ex. parietal bone 4. Irregular bones- odd looking bones Ex. sphenoid bone 5. Sesamoid bones- unusual bones that are small, flat and wrapped within tendons that move over bony surfaces Ex. the patella

Depends on the breed. In most cases, the average is around 215 bones.

any parts of hard tissue forming skeleton of most vertebrates

Bone is calcified connective tissue that forms most of the adult skeleton. The skeleton consists of approximately 206 bones.

Yes they do. They have many little bones in their body which makes up a skeleton Yes they do... they have a skeleton similar to most animals - ie - they have a skull, spine, rib-cage and limbs.

An endoskeletonan internal skeleton is what humans, and most animals have. the bones are on the inside of the body.

Like most birds, a Magpie's skeletal bones are hollow. So, no.

You have eight bones that make up your wrist, so I guess your hand, when you include the five metacarpals and the fourteen phalanges.

Yes, but this is not the major source. Marine corals are the most abundant source.

Most bone sutures in the human skeleton are found in the cranium (skull).

No. In fact, while the average adult skeleton has 206 bones in their body, a dog has at least 321 on average., and snakes have usually 500 vertebra.

Different fish have different types of skeleton. Most fish are vertebrates (have a backbone) but some have no bones at all (like hagfish) so it depends on which fish you mean.

They need skeleton for strength , support ,firmness of body and in most of the cases in some bones ,bone marrow helps in the formation of blood .e.g. human beings.

Many of the bones were made in the form of cartillage that then ossified (turned to bone). Other bones were formed from membranes, most notable the skull. The methods of formation are called endochondrial and intramembranous developement respectively.Before your birth your skeleton were not formed, calcium leads to the formation of the bone of your skeleton.

The bones that would hold the most weight in a frog would be the urostyle. This is basically the spine of the frog.

Fibrosarcomas originate in the ends of the bones in the arm or leg, and then spread to soft tissue.

Condyle is a rounded prominence at the end of a bone, most often used for articulation with another bone. Condyles can be found in numorous places in the body example: Knuckles TMJ ( Temporomandibular Joint/ aka Jaw) Vertebral Column In short, they can be found in both the axial and appendicular skeleton.

because they don't develop when you are a kid. they form as you are growing and they are most likely finished developing at the ages 20-24. some people develop their teeth bones early, some late. hope this helped.

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