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    The human system that consists of bones, cartilage, ligaments, tendons, and joints is the skeletal system. The major functions of this includes protecting organs, allowing movement, and many others. The skeletal system interacts with many other of the human systems such as the circulatory, respiratory, muscular, and immune systems. An average person has about 206 bones in his/her body. But a baby has about 300, because not all of the bones are fused together yet. Now, I’ll talk about the major organs

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    The Skeletal System

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    The Skeletal System The skeletal system is the framework of the body that consists of bones and connective tissues that protects and supports the body tissue and internal organs. The skeletal system function is to form a shield or a solid framework that supports and protects the body’s organs and skeletal muscles. Each bone is a complex living organ that is made up of many cells, protein fibers, and minerals. Further more the skeletal system provides attachment points for muscles to allow movements

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    The Skeletal System

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    1- A function of the Skeletal System that is essential to life is the bones because there are many functions of the bones such as support , protection, movement, blood formation, detoxification, and mineral storage and balance. A function of the Muscular System that is essential to life is the Skeletal muscle because there are many functions of the skeletal muscle such as movement, posture, body heat, respiration, and communication. 2- There are 14 different types of fractures. The type of fracture

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    The Skeletal System

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    The skeletal system can be a wonder to many people, because of how much the bones of the body can endure, and even how a small fall can cause a break or a fracture. The human body has 206 bones, a complex system of tendons, ligaments and cartilage that connect them. The skeletal system has many different but vital functions like support, movement of the body, protection of the organs, calcium storage and also endocrine regulation the help us to move throughout our daily lives. The skeletons of adult

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    The skeletal system can be described as the infrastructure of the human body, providing the framework the offers protection and support as well as attachment sites for the tendons and muscles that are necessary for locomotion. There are 206 bones that make up the human skeletal system and each one is developed through a process called ossification. Bone development and remodeling takes place on a continual basis from the pre natal period to early child hood into adulthood. As well as during the

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    Skeletal System Quiz

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    Put your sources here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1pZH5duVFkmmhjFIMiak47iVys0eUrzrKZC1nx77sBUY/edit 1. What are the structures in the skeletal system? Bones Cartilage Ligaments Tendons 2. What does each structure contribute to the functioning of the whole skeletal system and the whole body? Bones- provide support and keep shape, they undergo growth and development, Bones have an outer membrane, beneath the outer membrane is compact bone in which canals run through. The canals carry nerves

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    The skeletal system, while appearing inert at first glance, is a dynamic organ responsible for a number of vital functions in the body; including but not limited to providing protection and support to other organ systems, as well as permitting movement through collaboration with the muscular system. At the cellular level, bone provides a reservoir of growth factors and cytokines, maintains the acid-base balance and mineral homeostasis, and is the site of hematopoeisis. Like other connective tissue

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    Axial Skeletal System

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    The function of the skeletal system is to provide support, protect soft organs inside of the body, and to serve as an anchorage for all of the body’s movements. This is done by the axial and appendicular skeletons.The main function of the axial skeleton is to provide support and function. The main function of the appendicular skeleton is to allow movement. One of the diseases found in the skeletal system is Osteoporosis. An effect of this disease Bones become progressively weak and are prone to fractures

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    The Skeletal System and its Diseases The human body is a complex system that often malfunctions. Many people believe that numerous diseases are a natural reflection of the body aging and cannot be avoided. The goal of my paper is to change this perception and demonstrate that healthy eating and active lifestyle can result in a healthy body at any age. To narrow my focus, I will be looking at diseases of the skeletal system and how to treat them. The most common bone disease is osteoporosis. The

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    The Skeletal system is a vital part of the human body due to the appendicular skeleton helping our bodies lift up objects, the axial skeleton helping us stand upright, but also, some bones can break and develop bone diseases, yet there are still many ways to prevent it. Bones First, we need to understand what a bone actually is. You can hear bone-dry on a daily basis but actually bones are actually quite alive with nerves , blood vessels etc. Without bones in our body we would just be a blob and

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