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    The human body is made up from a total of 206 bones. These bones contribute to the skeleton, the internal framework of the body. The skeleton is divided into two different structures; the Axial skeleton and the Appendicular skeleton. The Axial skeleton gives the human body posture; it’s made up from 80 bones, consisting of the Skull, Sternum, Vertebrae and the Ribs. (In red) The Appendicular skeleton gives the body the ability to move, and it protects the major organs. It’s made up from a total

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    The skeleton of a human foetus is formed from tough but flexible cartilage that acts as a blueprint for bone construction. During ossification ( the changing of cartilage to bone) which begins before birth, the cartilage is broken down and the resulting space is filled by bone building mineral salts and protein fibres secreted by bone cells. Humans have a bony endoskeleton made up of 206 bones, although we are born with up to 300, but many of these fuse during childhood. slide 2 The skeleton is

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    Axial Skeleton Essay

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    Our skeleton has 5 main functions they are to protect our vital organs (heart and lungs), provide shape and structure, storage of calcium, movement, and it produces blood cells. Our bodies are made up of two main skeletons, the Axial skeleton and the appendicular skeleton which both have different functions The axial skeleton is the central point of the body; movement evolves around this axis. It consists of 80 bones, there are 29 bones altogether in the cranium as well as 24 bones in the ribs and

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    Essay On Axial Skeleton

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    The axial skeleton consists of the skull, hyoid bone, vertebral column, sternum and ribs. The axial skeleton is a vital part of the skeletal structure e.g. bones as it protects the CNS (central nervous system); it also provides attachment of other bones and muscles in the body e.g. arms and legs The Appendicular Skeletal This consists mainly of bones from the upper and lower parts of the limbs. The bones of the upper part are the humerus bone, the fore arm bones, hand bones and this is connected

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    certain we had lost them. We later found civilization, where the people welcomed us and gave us food, drink, and clothing. We lived the rest of our lives on land, never even visiting the beach. But now, rumors were being spread about a fourth skeleton on Three Skeleton Key. And I am certain Itchoua and I are the only ones who know exactly who it is.

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    A Comparison of 'The Skeleton Key’ and ‘Dungeons and Dragons’ ‘The Skeleton Key’: Horror ‘Dungeons and Dragons’: Fantasy-Adventure-Action In ‘The Skeleton Key’ poster there is only one actress who is standing and looking into a key hole (facing the camera). She looks scared but also anxious and worried with tension. She also looks like she intensely desires to know what’s behind the Key hole. The woman is wearing dark clothes and jewelry signifying that this film is a horror. She

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    Skeleton Of Skeleton

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    SKELETON OF HAND The hand’s skeleton has three regions. 1) Carpal 2) Metacarpal 3) Phalanges 1) Carpal The Proximal row contains (lateral to medial side)- i) SCAPHOID ii) LUNATE iii) TRIQUETRAL iv) PISIFORM The distal row contains in same order- i) TRAPEZIUM ii) TRAPEZOID iii) CAPITATE iv) HAMATE. The proximal row is convex proximally, and concave distally. The distal row is convex proximally and flat distally. Each bone has 6 surfaces- Palmar,

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    Exploring the Skeleton

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    Exploring the Skeleton The Skeleton is the name given to the collection of bones that holds the rest of our body up. Our skeleton is very important to us. It does three major jobs. 1. It protects our vital organs such as the brain, the heart and the lungs

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    system Axial Skeleton The axial skeleton is  part of the skeleton where there is bones at the top and bottom of a vertebrate. The human skeleton has 80 bones and is made of 6 parts. The axial skeleton has 2 responsibilities. The first is to support and defend the organs in the dorsal and ventral cavities. The second is to make a surface for the muscles. Appendicular skeleton The appendicular skeleton helps the upper and lower limbs of the human body.The human appendicular skeleton is around the

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    Australopithecus Afarensis

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    of samples attributed to the species. From speculations about their close relatives, the gorilla and chimpanzee, A. afarensis’ probable social structure can be presumed. The species was named by Johanson and Taieb in 1973. This discovery of a skeleton lead to a heated debate over the validity of the species. The species eventually was accepted by most researchers as a new species of australopithecine and a likely candidate for a human ancestor. Australopithecus afarensis existed between 3

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