There are 22 bones that protect the brain
Skull bones protect your brain.
The skull protects the brain.
Mostly to protect the brain.
The facial bones help protect the eyes and brain.
The functions of the cranium are to encloses the brain and protect the organs of sight, hearing and balance.Protect the brainTo protect the brain.The cranium is the box formed by bones of the skull that protects the brain from trauma.
To protect the brain from injury.
cranium bones are fused to protect the delicate brain from bumps and knocks
skull bones are fixed because, they protect your brain...just like your rib bones protect your heart....but if you dont get them fixed then your brain can be damaged in some way either little or big...life or death...that is why skulll bones are fixed.
thigh bone finger bone
no. its your cranium. it isn't long b/c its shaped like your head.
Cranial bones, crainal meninges, and the cerebrospinal fluid
The brain is protected by the skull.
It's one of the 4 bones that help protect the brain.
The bones of the lower limbs, pelvis, and backbone support the body's weight The bones of the skull protect the eyes, ears, and brain
Well your rib bones protect your lungs, heart , stomach, liver, pancreas and all the other organs inside the ribs and your skull protects your brain. but no other bones protect you .
the scull or cranial bonesThe skull.This group of bones is collectively known as the skull, or the cranium (as it is termed, medically).a skeleton that is why head is hardskull bonesthe Frontal Bone, parietal bone, temporal bone, occipital bone and the temporal bone are the bones that protect your brain. =D
All bones offer some protective function but specifically the skull protects the brain, the ribs protect the heart and lungs and the vertebral column protects the spinal cord.
A hard shell to protect the brain. Provides structure...without bones we'd be kind of squishy useless creatures. Nasal / jaw bones and neck cartilage protect airway.
The main organs in the skeletal system are bones.Their functions are to protect the bodies organs, and keep our shape the skull protects the brain from brain damage.The bones are
The bones that make up the structure of the head and encase the brain to protect it are collectively referred to as the skull. The only bone in the skull that can move freely is the jaw.
Strong bones support our body (keep us upright and in the "human" shape) and protect many of our vital organs (the cranium protects the brain, the ribs protect the lungs, etc)
Your bones help you by giving your body a shape, help you do something, and protect fragile things in your body like your heart or brain.
skull protects the brain ribs the heart,lungs, pelvic bones bladder and in females the reproductive organs
There are no bones in the human brain