Veterinary Anatomy (osteology)
- University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
- Veterinary Medicine
- Veterinary Medicine 6100
- Veterinary Anatomy (osteology)
Last Modified: 2011-07-08
Related Textbooks:Textbook of Veterinary Anatomy
Levers (perform work)
Protection (of vulnerable organs)
Ca++ and PO4- reservoirs
Red marrow (source of blood cells).
2. material (mass or weight)
Faster reaction capability
2. Redirects lines of force (quadriceps femoris)
3. Increases torque: Torque = force of muscle x distance from the axis of rotation (sesamoid increases!)
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