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Which bones are part of the axial skeleton?

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Of the axial skeleton bones, which bone (radius, clavicle, sternum, hip bone) is present?

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The axial part of the skeleton is comprised of the bones in the skull and trunk of the body. Yes, the axial part of the skeleton does have a cavity.


use your gut instinct actually use the axial skeleton


The skull is part of the axial skeleton. The axial skeleton in humans consist of the skull, the ear bones, the ribcage, the spine, and jaw bone.


No the scapula (other wise known as the shoulder) is not part of the Axial Skeleton. The Axial Skeleton is composed of 80 bones that are in your head and trunk. The bones within the Axial Skeleton are bones that cover and protect either your brain, spinal cord or vital organs such as the heart. The scapula does not protect either of these, therefor it is not included in the axial skeleton.


The spinal column is part of the axial skeleton. (The appendicular skeleton is made up of the bones of the appendages. These would include all of the arm and hand bones, and leg and foot bones.)


Yes; the axial skeleton includes the bones of the head, and the occipital is the bottom-back part of the skull.


All the bones of the skull are part of the axial skeleton. See link below for more information:


The axial skeleton is composed of the skull, the spinal column, and the pelvis. All other bones are part of the appendicular skeleton.


yes it IS part of the axial skeleton :) Yes it is part of the axial skeleton


Axial skeleton - is made up of bones of the skul, ribs, and the vertebrae. Appendicular skeleton - includes all the bones attached to the axial skeleton.



trunk and head region are axial skeleton there are several bones one of the "humerus"bone which is present in arm.


The axial part of the skeleton consists of: the skull, vertebral column (spine), rib cage and sternum.


No, they are not. They are part of the appendicular skeletal system.



Axial can be used to describe the skeleton. There is the axial skeleton and the appendicular skeleton. The axial skeleton is comprised of the bones on your torso, meaning: -skull (22 bones) -ear ossicles (3 bones in ear ear) -the hyoid bone -spine ( 26 vertebrae) -the sternum -and the ribs (24 bones) There are a total of 8o bones in the axial skeleton. The appendicular skeleton is made up of your pelvis, clavicles, arms, legs, hands and feet.



the extremities are part of the axial skeleton



True, there are 80 bones in the axial skeleton, consisting of the skull, spine, ribs and sternum.


No, it does not. The axial skeleton contains the bones arranged in a longitundinal axis, i.e. the cranium, hyoid, auditory ossicles, vertebral column and thoracic cage. The arms are part of the appendicular skeleton


The Femur is part of the appendicular skeleton, not the axial.


Yes, the ribs are part of the axial skeleton.


The axial skeleton is made of the bones along the middle axis of the creature. The bones consituting the axial skeleton are the bones in the skull, middle ear, throat, rib cage, sternum, and spine.


The axial skeleton is the central part of the skeleton, without the limbs. It's made up of the skull, spinal column, breastbone, and ribs. The rest of the bones make up the appendicular skeleton. Together, the axial and appendicular skeleton make up the human skeleton.



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