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CHAPTER 13 Skins and Skeletons
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Fig 134 Peaches, pits, and the human endoskeleton
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Humans, of course, have a much more complex body plan, compared to peaches! Our skeleton is subdivided into two main portions An axial skeleton (discussed back in 12) lies within the head, neck, and body trunk Conversely, an appendicular (ah-pen-DIK-you-ler) skeleton lies within the body appendages (ah-PEN-dah-jes) or limb attachments The appendicular skeleton consists of the bones in the upper appendages (the shoulders, arms, wrists, and hands), as well as those in the lower appendages (the hips, legs, ankles, and feet) Taken together, the axial and appendicular skeletons make up the hard dried body or endoskeleton lying within us And being chordates, our vertebral columns sti en and support us from the inside, rather than from the outside
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To fully understand the skeleton, we must examine the anatomy of a typical long bone A long bone is simply a bone that is much longer than it is wide Consider, for instance, the thigh bone or femur (FEE-mur) As Figure 135
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reveals, the femur has a main shaft, called the diaphysis (die-AH-fuh-sis), which is literally a growth (phys) through (dia-) the middle of the bone And capping each end of the diaphysis (main bone shaft) is an epiphysis (eh-PIH- h-sis) a growth (phys) present upon (epi-) the shaft
Dense (compact) bone matrix
EPIPHYSIS Blood cells Blood vessels (in red bone marrow)
DIAPHYSIS
EPIPHYSIS
(Cut-away view)
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Yellow bone marrow
Spongy (cancellous) bone tissue
Fig 135 General anatomy of a long bone
Most of the long bone is composed of dense or compact bone matrix (MAY-tricks) This is the white, rock-hard, calcium-rich portion of the long bone But in the middle (medull) portion of the long bone, we nd the medullary (MED-you-lair-ee) or marrow cavity This medullary (marrow) cavity, as its name indicates, contains the yellow bone marrow The yellow color of this type of marrow is mainly due to the presence of adipose (AHdih-pohs) or fatty connective tissue Finally, we see the spongy or cancellous (CAN-seh-lus) bone located within each epiphysis of the long bone It obviously gets its spongy name from the existence of numerous holes and an extensive network of cancelli (can-SELeye) little crossbars (cancell) of hard bone matrix Much like a real sponge, therefore, spongy (cancellous) bone tissue consists of a network of cancelli or little crossbars and the many holes between them Unlike a real sponge, however, spongy bone tissue contains red bone marrow within its
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holes The red bone marrow is red in color mainly due to the fact that it consists of many blood vessels These dozens of blood vessels run and branch extensively throughout the holes of the spongy bone Their main function is that of hematopoiesis (he-muh-toh-poi-E-sis) the process of blood (hemat) formation (-poiesis) Most of the blood cells (and blood cell fragments) ultimately are formed by hematopoiesis occurring within the red bone marrow The blood cells enter the general bloodstream when they are circulated out of the long bone, through the vessels leaving the red bone marrow
Bone Development, Bone Matrix, and Blood Calcium Homeostasis
Besides hematopoiesis and protection from physical trauma, another critical function of the endoskeleton is blood calcium homeostasis; that is, the maintenance of a relatively constant blood calcium ion concentration Symbolically speaking, we use Ca to identify blood calcium ions, and brackets, [ ], to denote concentration Thus, we have [Ca ] to indicate the blood calcium ion concentration The blood calcium ion concentration, [Ca ], within humans, is usually measured in units of mg/dL milligrams (MIH-lih-grams) of calcium ions per deciliter (DEH-sih-lee-ter) of blood A deciliter is one- tenth (deci-) of a liter And milligrams is a unit representing the number of thousandths (milli-) of a gram of some substance Hence, blood [Ca ] in mg/dL denotes the number of milligrams of calcium ions present within one-tenth of a liter of blood The normal or reference range for blood [Ca ] is from a low of about 85 to a high of approximately 106 mg Ca /dL of blood (in adults) Taking the same approach we employed for thermoregulation (Figure 132), we can use the S-shaped pattern, once again, to represent the homeostasis of blood calcium ion concentration, over time (see Figure 136) In naming this particular pattern of chemical concentration, we use the su x, -emia ( blood condition of ), and the root or main idea, calc ( calcium ) We therefore have some form of calcemia (kal-SEE-me-uh), or condition of calcium (ion concentration) within the blood [Study suggestion: Using the same pre x as that employed to describe the normalrange body temperature pattern of Figure 132, name the blood calcium ion concentration pattern symbolized by Figure 136, below When you are done building this term, check it with the correct term found in the caption for Figure 136]
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