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What are two sports where it would be good to have long thin bones?

I know that basketball is one.


Thin cartilage that covers the end of long bones?

Articular


What sport where it would be good to have long thin bones?

Basketball


What is the thin cavity that lines the central cavity of long bones?

endosteum


Why do you have to get long thin bones to plat basketball?

its so you can get rebounds and not get hurt easily


What is the term for the enlarged ends of long bones?

The term for enlarged ends of long bones is epiphysis. This is a thin layer of compact bone overlying spongy bone.


What part of your body contains 5 thin long bones called metacarpals?

Hands :)


What type of bone is scapula?

The scapula is an irregular bone, and is defined as such because it is not a long, short, or thin bone. A long bone is longer than it is wide, for example the femur. Short bones are "cube shaped", such as the cuboid (one of your tarsal bones). Thin bones have a curve to them and are fairly flat, such as your sternum.


Articular cartilage found at the end of the long bones serves to?

Cushion the bones from impact. Articular cartilage acts as a thin shock absorber.


The shorter and thicker of the 2 forearm bones is the?

Radius is short and thick and Ulna is thin and long.


What part of your body contains five thin long bones called metacarpals?

your metacarpels are in your hands


Are the leg bones of a bat so thin that they cannot stand?

the leg bones of a bat are so thin that bats cannot stand


What is a bony skeleton?

a skeleton made up of bones so thin that the bones are prominent.


What is a thin connective tissue that covers bones?

Periosteum


What is the thin skin called that covers their bones?

Periosteum


What is the idiomatic meaning of bag of bones?

the meaning of the bag of bones is when a person is really thin and he is mallnurish


What are the four basic shapes of bones?

There are actually five basic shapes for bones: 1. Long bones - examples: humerus or femur. Long bones are characterized by a shaft, the diaphysis, that is much greater in length than width. They are comprised mostly of compact bone and lesser amounts of marrow, which is located within the medullary cavity, and spongy bone. Most bones of the limbs, including those of the fingers and toes, are long bones. The exceptions are those of the wrist, ankle and kneecap. 2. Short bones - examples: carpels and tarsals (wrist and ankles bones). Short bones are roughly cube-shaped, and have only a thin layer of compact bone surrounding a spongy interior. The bones of the wrist and ankle are short bones, as are the sesamoid bones. 3. Flat bones - example: sternum. Flat bones are thin and generally curved, with two parallel layers of compact bones sandwiching a layer of spongy bone. Most of the bones of the skull are flat bones, as is the sternum. 4. Irregular bones - example:: vertebra in the spine. Irregular bones do not fit into the above categories. They consist of thin layers of compact bone surrounding a spongy interior. As implied by the name, their shapes are irregular and complicated. The bones of the spine and hips are irregular bones. 5. Sesamoid bones - example: patella


What forms the palm of the hand?

The palm is formed from the metacarpals, the thin bones between the phalanges (finger bones) and the carpals (wrist bones).


Is the badminton singles service court described as short and fat or long and thin?

LOng and Thin


What type bones does rib have?

The ribs consists of thin and curved bone's. They are also quite long. Ribs are made of breastbone , spine and ribs.


What are expanded ends of bones that form joints with adjacent bones?

The head (as opposed the the thin, elongated shaft).


What are the five types of bones in the skeletal system?

There are five types of bones in the human body: long, short, flat, irregular and sesamoid.Long bones are characterized by a shaft, the Diaphysis, that is much greater in length than width. They are comprised mostly of Compact bone and lesser amounts of marrow, which is located within the medullary cavity, and spongy bone. Most bones of the limbs, including those of the fingers and toes, are long bones. The exceptions are those of the wrist, ankle and kneecap (patella).Short bones are roughly cube-shaped, and have only a thin layer of compact bone surrounding a spongy interior. The bones of the wrist and ankle are short bones, as are the sesamoid bones.Flat bones are thin and generally curved, with two parallel layers of compact bones sandwiching a layer of spongy bone. Most of the bones of the skull are flat bones, as is the sternum.Irregular bones do not fit into the above categories. They consist of thin layers of compact bone surrounding a spongy interior. As implied by the name, their shapes are irregular and complicated. The bones of the spine and hips are irregular bones.Sesamoid bones are bones embedded in tendons. Since they act to hold the tendon further away from the joint, the angle of the tendon is increased and thus the leverage of the muscle is increased. Examples of sesamoid bones are the patella and the pisiform.


What are birds wings made of?

thin bones, muscles and feathers


Does not eating calcium make you thin?

No but it may damage your bones.


What are some good mutations?

birds with really thin bones

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