There Are No Skeletons In The Cupboard
Bigmama60 on 08/25/2007
|Do you ever watch those forensic series on Discovery and A&E like the "FBI Files" or "The New Detectives," or even the ones on network channels like "CSI"? It's sometimes spine-chilling and suspenseful to watch; as well as almost miraculous!|
How they can take just one diminutive body part, for instance a phalange, and solve the crime is baffling. Case closed, it's amazing! While it is kind of contradictory, since the word skeleton derives from the Greek language meaning dried up; we'll focus on the skeletal system and see just how useful old dried bones are.
In this quiz there won't be any nonliving bones found in cupboards, cellars, storerooms, lockers, cubbyholes, or anything else of the sort; but we will look at the anatomy of some dismembered bones.
Anatomy & Physiology Gary A. Thibodeau and Kevin Patton second edition
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