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2013-09-28 12:43:14
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Most bone sutures in the human skeleton are found in the cranium (skull).


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They are paired form the bulk of the cranial vault four largest sutures occur where the parietal bones join to other bones

Spaces between skull bones that have not ossified usually occur from birth to age two and are called fontanels. By age two, the fontanels close and become sutures.

Sutures are a type of fibrous joint that only occur between bones of the skull, or cranial bones and allow only tiny amounts of movement. The bone edges interlock and the gaps are filled with tissue fibres (hence the name fibrous joints). During middle age, the tissue fibres ossify (become bones) so that the skull bones fuse into one single unit. The immovable nature of sutures helps protect the brain, as any movement of the cranial bones would damage the brain. But to answer the actual question that is asked, it is a synarthroses.

Haematopoesis occurs in the marrow of the human bone (i.e. in all bones of the human body).

The joints that are most remembered for their sutures are the fibrous joints. These joints only occur in the skull and are bound together by Sharpey's fibers.

All bones because they occur in everyone, but you have a bunch of ribs.

Hematopoesis is the production of the blood cells. It normally occurs mainly in the bone marrow, in adults usually in large bones such as the femur. In children it occurs in smaller bones as well. In some conditions it can occur in the liver, spleen, and other organs.

No. Not taking into account injuries and deformities that can occur, young children and infants have more bones than adults do, as some bones fuse during development. A normal human is born with 270 bones, while a normal adult has 206. In some case, bones may also fuse due to disease or body parts may be amputated, reducing the number of bones.

ringworms can occur from possums

in orissa the flood mostly occur ha23

You probably need stitches if the wound appears to not be closing on its own, e.g., if the edges of the laceration are not coming together, and the wound is deep. The idea of sutures is to bring the edges of the wound together so not as much tissue-fill has to occur. So if the wound is deep, more reason for sutures. Note that, from the time of the injury, you have about 10-12 hours to get sutures. After that, sutures won't generally work.

They occur more frequently in fall. Mainly in Japan and areas by the equator. Atlantic Coast mainly.

Bones allow movement to occur at the joints

They don't. They do mainly occur in the tropics though, as they are fuel by the moisture that evaporates from tropical ocean water.

Yes, but they mainly occur around tectonic plates.

There are numerous things that can occur in the body due to a deficiency of the human growth hormone. It can cause high serum fat levels, weakened bones, and cleft palates.

No, radiation occurs mainly between gases!

accidents are mainly caused by carelessness

Cyclones mainly occur in warm waters like: Atlantic ocean and south chnia sea,gulf of Mexico, and Indian sea

In areas of temperate climate, infections occur mainly in the summer and fall

Meiosis will occur in the sex organs in the human body. Mitosis will occur everywhere else in a human's body.

World War 2 occured in France and Germany mainly. == ==

Mainly floods and droughts.

in rome. Mainly in italy and greece.

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