Which moves a bone around its longitudinal axis?
the femur bone.
Rotation, like those pointless gym exercises
A greenstick fracture is afracture in a young, soft bone in which the bone bends and partially breaks. The bones become harder(calcified) and more brittle with age, it occurs almost exclusively during infancy and childhood when their bones are soft. The name is by analogy with green wood which similarly breaks on the outside when bent. There are three basic forms of greenstick fracture. In the first a transverse fracture occurs in the cortex, extends… Read More
Insertion is the attachment on the bone that moves
The axis is a vertebra and is classified as an irregular bone. It is also known as C2.
The mandible or lower jaw bone is the only bone in your skull that moves.
The haversian canal is the axis of the basic unit of bone, the osteon, and it has longitudinal orientation. The Volkmann`s canal has a transverse orientation and interconnect different Haversian canal between them.
the jaw bone
The Epiphyseal or Growth Plate!
No, the axis is located in the neck.
the ring-structure of one bone fits around the pivot-like structure of another bone, and allows only rotaional movement around the longitudinal axes of the bones involved.
This is either a greenstick fracture or a longitudinal fracture depending upon exactly how the bone breaks.
I think the best moves for a Cubone are Bone Rush, Bonemerang, and Bone Club.
The lower jaw bone is the only movable bone
Skeletal muscle moves bone.
In humans, about 16 years for females and 18 years for males.
Some say the navicular most say talus.
The atlas supports the head and, combined with the axis bone, helps the head move.
All of them.
A greenstick fracture usually occurs when the bones are young, during infancy or childhood. It happens when the bone bends and then breaks due to its resiliency. An example is when the forearm bones suffer a transverse fracture which is oriented along the longitudinal axis without disruption of the opposite cortex.
top of spine
The skull is the only 'bone' that doesn't move by itself, :)
No. A broken bone will hamper your moves.
The atlas, also known as C1 sits on the axis, or C2. The dens of the axis projects through the vertebral foramen of the atlas and the vertebral facets come in contact with each other through cartilaginous discs between the two vertebrae.
A fracture. May be of several types - ~Greenstick (partial/common in children) ~Comminuted-(basically shattered) ~Compound-(protruding out of the skin ) ~Simple-(not protruding out of the skin) ~Spiral-(around the bone) ~Transverse-(across the bone horizontally) ~Longitudinal-(long ways up a bone) ~Impacted-(broken ends wedged into one another)
distal digit of a finger
Blood, cartilage and bone.
to be able to move your head up and down
a bone moves when a joint doesn't. Bones are stiff, joints are bendy.
the function of the jaw bone is that it makes it able for you to move your mouth and talk it is the only bone in the human body that moves
*THIS A A DEFINITION AS WELL AS AN EXPLANATION* Haversian canals (sometimes Canals of Havers, named after British physician Clopton Havers) are a series of tubes around narrow channels formed by lamellae. This is the region of bone called compact bone. Osteons are arranged in parallel to the long axis of the bone. The Haversian canals surround blood vessels and nerve cells throughout the bone and communicate withosteocytes in lacunae (spaces within the dense bone… Read More
they move. Tendons attach a muscle to the bone it moves; usually the tendon is only pulled by the contraction of its muscle, and it moves the bone it is also connected to.
Osteonic canals contain blood vessels that connect to the long axis of the bone. The blood vessels that are connected perforate the canals of the bone and provide vessels to the surface of the bone which makes the bone hard.
The bone cell moves through the support of the muscles. The cell muscles will expand and contract which will result into movement of the bone cell.
an origin is where the muscle attaches to the bone, it also attaches on another bone, this is called the insertion, the attachment where the bone moves is the insertion, the attachment where the bone does not move is the origin.
The name of that bone is axis. The second cervical vertebra. The dens is broken to kill the opponent.
The medical term for a broken bone is fracture. There are several different forms of bone fractures, which include: Complete fracture, which bone fragments separate completely. Incomplete fracture, in which the two bones are still partially joined. Linear fracture, which is parallel to the bone's long axis. Transverse fracture, where the fracture occurs at a right angle to the bone's long axis. Oblique fracture, which runs diagonally to a bone's long axis. Spiral fracture, where… Read More
Lucario's moves are Psychic, Aura Sphere, Bone Rush, Dragon Pulse, Extreme Speed, Close Combat, Quick Attack, Foresight, Metal Claw, Detect, Feint, Counter, Power-Up Punch, Swords Dance, Metal Sound, Heal Pulse, Calm Mind, Me First, Quick Guard, Bulk Up, Sunny Day, Protect, Frustration, Hone Claws, Roar, Calm Mind, Toxic, Hidden Power, Hyper Beam, Rain Dance, Earthquake, Dig, Return, Psychic, Double Team, Shadow Ball, Psychic, Brick Break, Facade, Rock Tomb, Rest, Low Sweep, Attract, Round, Fling, Focus… Read More
he is pooping
It is not actually the bone itself which hurts when you break it, its the ligaments and nerves that surround it, when they are pulled or hit by the bone when it moves it causes pain.
The Epistropheus or Axis is the bone that has odontoid process. The dens or peg shows mild constriction along the neck where they join the vertebra.
Bone is considered anisotropic because it responds differently if forces are applied in different directions. Bone can handle large forces applied in the longitudinal plane (tension and compression); bone is not as strong in handling forces applied transversely across its surface. The differences between the properties of the cancellous and cortical bone contribute to the anisotropy of the bone. Cancellous bone provides bending strength, and cortical bone provides significant compressive strength.