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Are teeth apart of the skeletal system?
Yes, because the teeth are the strongest bones in the body. Some people even investigate murders by identifying the teeth. So yes, the teeth are part of the skeletal system.
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Answer Your teeth are considered part of the skeletel system but are not classified as bones as they are made of enamel and dentin
The bodily system that consists of the bones, their associated cartilages, and the joints, and supports and protects the body, produces blood cells, and stores minerals…. IT IS BONES IN YOUR BODY TOGETHER MAKE THE SKELETAL SYSTEM
The bone allows support and protection for the body (skin, organs, etc.) The bones in the the Human body support and also protect organs and the soft areas of out body …that can be harmful if they are hurt or injured skeletal system also is were blood is produced and holds the calcium that our body needs. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_does_the_skeletal_system_do_for_the_function_of_the_human_body_system#ixzz16HvUDGGv
We need the skeletal system because it is to prevent us from becoming a blob. So that we can stand up right and sit up. It is also to protect the organs in our body.
The skeletal system are your bones.
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The skeletal system are all the bones in your body that give your body support, and protect your organs.
i thik it helps the muscles move while u chew
The skeletal system is the boney framework for the body. Your skeleton helps provide support for good body posture and protects important vital organs like your lungs and hea…rt. The bones of the skeleton are connected by ligaments. Muscles attach to the bones via tendons. Where two bones meet it's called a joint. The bones of the skeletal system along with the support of ligaments, tendons, and muscles act as a lever and pulley system enabling movement of the body. As opposing muscle groups contract and release, the work of the muscles moves the bones. For safe, healthy, injury-free movement it is important that the bones of your skeleton be held in proper alignment and the muscles be well-balanced for every joint to move freely and easily. From a structural perspective, the skeletal system is the foundation for good posture, functional movement, and health.
There are 5 functions of the skeletal system. 1. support 2. Protection 3. Movement 4. Storage of minerals 5. Blood cell production
1) It gives support and structure to the body 2) It is a place for muscle attachment and movement 3) It protects the visceral organs 4) It is a place for mineral storage… 5) It is also the location of Haematopoiesis (blood formation)
Yes, they are.
Another calcium and other mineral storage place
No, it's the digestive system.
It holds up our whole body and it seems to be like the same function as roots in plants