Skeletal System

The skeletal system provides definite shape and mechanical support to the body, and it also helps in movement and locomotion. Ask questions about the skeletal system and bones here.


The function of cartilage in the bronchus is to hold the softtissue open so that air may pass through. The cartilage in thebronchus are C-shaped rings.
The skeletal system has a few important jobs. One is to keep usfrom becoming blobs of human tissue similar to jellyfish butwithout the water. The other is to protect vital organs such as ourbrains, heart, lungs, liver. But they have another role which is tocreate a form on which everything else can...
extensor digitorum, extensor indicis, extensor digiti minimi,flexor digitorum superficialis, and the flexor digitorum profundus.There are also extrinsic muscles that work only in the thumb; theseinclude the flexor pollicis longus, extensor pollicis longus,extensor pollicis brevis, and adbuctor...
You have to go to a surgeon
There is 1 skull in the body last time I checked.
Fibrous connective tissues are found in cartilage, ligaments, and tendons. Cartilage prevents adjacent bone ends from grinding together during movement, tendons attach skeletal muscles to the bones and hold the bones in close proximity, and ligaments are similar to tendons but have the elasticity...
Because its changing its figure
No, well not much at least. The shape is very similar, but sometimes the eye socket shape changes depending on the breed. Some are more prominent then others.
At the bottom of the rib-cage along the midline of the body, youwill feel the ribs from the right and left sides of the body cometogether at a triangular corner. Just below this sits thecartilaginous Xiphoid Process.
I recommend going to a doctor obviously
The human nose has two small oblong bones
Louise hay states that wrist problems are related to movement andease. It is suggested through the following affirmation "I handleall my experiences with wisdom, with love and with ease"
A cold shiver, among other things such as the spinal chord.
They hurt because you are applying force to them.
zoom page all the way in. go to the three barrels and it's about 4 inches from it. it's right next to the man laying with his feet on the table.
first off the nature of shapes and structures (honey comb like) reduces weight without much of a decrease in strength. . next hydroxylapatite is the major component of bone and gives it it's compressive strength. . and finally there is another side the the strength of bone. collagen helps the bone...
no calcium. no calcium
15 months is the longest recorded human pregnancy. This was back in the 1950's or 1960's i think. It occurred because the baby was anencephalic (it didnt develop a higher brain center, no cerebrum). It could not initiate the birth process. The brain needs glucose to function, and close to birth the...
Cartilage is tough and elastic. It absorbs the shock, like when youjump and move. There will be great trauma and wear and tear of thebones in the joint, in absence of the cartilage.
It keeps them strong. Bones serve as a very useful Calciumdepository. It is required for bodily functions, Calcium deficiencycauses, apart from osteoporosis and rickets: muscle cramps, theinability to clot blood, the inability to transmit nerve impulses,convulsive seizures, and the failure of...
Bones are light weight because the center of the bone is very soft. it is also strong because the outer cover of the bone is hard and tough.
Many reasons: Putting too much exertions on weak muscles working out or lifting wrong heavier: therefore more strain on muscles
No, the knee joint is classified structurally as a condyloid joint. Yes because it moves in one way-like a hinge
Leukemia is a type of cancer that usually starts in blood formingtissues (bone marrow) that makes the body inefficient in fightingwith infections. Due to leukemia cancer body produces abnormalwhite blood cells that makes the immune system weak. It affects thebones adversely by reducing the density...
Newborn infants have over 300 bones, but adults have 206.
The two lower arm bones are called the Ulna and the Radius. The Ulna is on the underside of the arm and joins the wrist towardsthe little finger. The radius is on the front of the arm and crosses over the Ulna tojoin the wrist bones towards the thumb.
A typical long bone contains blood tissue, cancellous bone, compactbone, dense fibrous tissue, and hyaline cartilage.
Yes bones can be replaced
Its when both femurs (thigh bone) are broken. They can either be closed or open. (The bone breaks through the skin or stays inline)
Vertebrae are classified as irregular bones.
The sternum protects the vital area right above your heart and lungs. It completes the rib cage, since the first to the seventh rib is connected to it by coastal cartilage.
This is called as elbow joint. It is a synovial type of joint. Itis actually a joint between humerus and ulna mainly. The radiustakes part in the joint passively. This is hinge variety of joint.
The heart is enclosed in the thorax. That is in the rib cage. Thethoracic and abdominal aorta is protected by the spine. You haveone arm and thigh bone and one artery for each one. You have twoforearm bones and two leg bones and two arteries. Only the commoncarotid arteries are not protected. Rather...
A hard knock to the posterior of the knee could cause many symptoms, depending on the severity of the hit and how long ago it occurred. The knee could be swollen or bruised. Range of motion may be less, or painful. The person may limp or be unable to bear weight. The patella (kneecap) could be...
People who are sufferers of diseases pertaining to their blood. For instance bone marrow transplants are given to patients suffering from Leukemia and Sickle Cell Anemia
The ankle is primarily made of three bones. The tibia, the fibula,and the talus. The protrusions seen or felt on the ankle are alldifferent parts of these three bones.
The weightless environment of space results in a loss of muscular strength, volume and bone density. This leads to reduced spinal cord excitability, meaning a loss of locomotor function in the legs.
Yes. The carpals (wrist) is further away from the point ofattachment of the arm to the body. The radius is closer.
hyaline cartilage is located in between bones
The exoskeleton is the hard outer shell of arthropods.
Blood vessels running through the Haversian canals...
bones are living they grow gradually with bone marrow
Epithelial tissue . Bone . Cartilage . Muscle
Nice question! You have to give stress to the skeletal system byway of exercise or out door games. You have to supply the vitamin Dsupplement in rather high dose periodically. You have to take oryou normally take the milk and milk products. It contains enough ofcalcium salts. The grown ups and...
What is hypo plastic ribs at l1 mean
Skin - Eliminates waste through pores of the skin. Large intestines - Eliminates food waste through the process of defecation. Lungs - Exhales carbon dioxide and water vapor through respiration. Kidneys - Excrete uric acid, urea, electrolytes, water, and other waste through the process of...
Cartilage is the soft and tough layer that covers the ends of thelong bones. It is included in the joint. It protects the bones fromwear and tear during the movement.
The brain initiates voluntary movement; the spinal cord and peripheral nerves relay impulses to muscles, making it possible for you to walk, reach, slap, or whatever. Peripheral nerves and the spinal cord relay sensations to the brain, letting you know that you are hot, cold, sick, dizzy, or in...
Bone consists of osteocytes (bone cells) and extracellular matrix (minerals such as calcium and phosphorus).
Yes, you can take it off when you are sleeping but wrap it up with something tight so it doesn't get worse.
The fibula is the smaller of the two long bones in the lower legs that is on the outer or lateral aspect on either leg.
Fibula Tibia Pelvis Ulna Radius Mandible
The coccyx, commonly called the tailbone, is classified as an irregular bone. An example of a flat bone is the scapula (shoulder blade).
The humerus is the bone in the upper arm. The radius and the ulna are the bones in the forearm. The femur is the bone in the thigh. The tibia and the fibula are the bones in the lower leg.
No only by use of Xray or MRI scanning etc. will someone see yourbone structure. It is not until you have ceased to live would theentire skeleton be available for viewing should you wish to donateit for that purpose
Could be your gallbladder. Research this idea and see if your other symptoms match.
Side of your skull. You have the suture type of joint. No amount ofdescription will help you to understand. When you see it, you getit. You can see on the internet or in the Anatomy atlas.
It is called as collar bone or the clavicle. It is the only longbone, that is placed in horizontal position in your body.
The upper and lower extremities (arms and legs)
If you need any three bones in the human body the I would say the Tibia, Fibia and skull.neck bone
No, potassium salts doesn't exist in bones.
eat me you you stupid shincter
i did this in a p.e class last semester so my memory is probably a little fuzzy so I'll only list one and if its wrong im sorriiee! c= uuuuggghhh i don't no the anatomical name for it but its one of the bones in ur finger. =)
Skeletal system stores large amount of calcium salt. It containsthe bone marrow in the cavity of the flat bones in case of adults.In the bone marrow of long bones in case of the children.
The temporal bone in the skull.
The skeleton forms the whole part of the body. It providesstructure and a frame to the human body. Without the skeleton, thebody would be like jelly.
well yes because puberty has a great many growth spurts which makes mainly your legs, arms, and spine grow but several times the rib cage grows along with the rest of the body.
in between joint and in the nose and ears
If it is diffuse decalcification in children, it is called asRickets. It is called as osteomalacia in the adult. If it is patchydecalcification, it is called as osteoporosis. Bones becomes weakas a result of these changes.
Here are the main bones that are used for protection: . Skull- protects the brain . Ribs- protects internal organs . Spine- protects the spinal cord Hope this helps! :)
People are open systems in that they must interact with their environment in order to take in food, water, and obatin shelter, and produce waste products.