all the bones in the human body make up a skeleton
There are 206 bones in the body.
Their are no main bones in the human body they are all equal in different ways.
All the bones in the human body is made up of calcium.
The malleus, the incus, and the stapes are the three smallest bones in the human body and they are all in the ear.
Well, ONE answer would be- On the inside. However, bones are everywhere in the human body from the top of your head to the bottom of your feet.
In the human body, a joint is an area where two bones come together.
You can find a diagram of all 206 bones of the body in any human anatomy textbook.
all of your bones are main.
In the human body, the long bones are confined to the limbs - the major long bones are the humerus, radius, ulna, femur, tibia and fibula. The metacarpals and metatarsals are also long bones.
Haematopoesis occurs in the marrow of the human bone (i.e. in all bones of the human body).
Maintaining the structure of the human body along with all other bones.
all the parts of the human body eventually rot, even the bones but the bones last much longer than the flesh
The human body requires calcium to construct bones. The human body requires magnesium to construct the basic nucleic acids required in all cells. The human body requires zinc in the creation of muscle and bones.
all of them are connected together