The spinal cord is protected by the vertebrae.
The spinal cord is a very delicate structure and its integrity is vital to normal function. The vertebral bones act to protect the spinal cord.
The spinal column refers to the bones (vertebrae) that enclose and protect the spinal cord.
i believe there's 24 bones in the human spinal cord. UPDATED ANSWER by ConnieU: The spine has 33 bones. These are called vertebrea and they surround the spinal cord. i forgot to include sacrum and coccyx
the backbone is referring to the the bones in the spine..the spinal cord consists of bones tissue nerves etc
Simplified the spinal cord is a group of neuronal axons that stem from cells located in the brain. The spinal column are the vertebral bones that protect the spinal cord.
The spinal cord is made up of bundles of nerve fibers. It runs down from the brain through a canal in the center of the bones of the spine. These bones protect the spinal cord. Like the brain, the spinal cord is covered by the meninges and cushioned by cerebrospinal fluid.
It is the specific evolutionary purpose of the vertebrae column to protect the delicate spinal cord.
The human spinal cord is protected by the bony spinal column. The spinal column is made up of bones called vertebrae. The spinal cord itself is made of neurons, similar to the brain itself.
It is a vertebrate as it has a spinal cord and bones
it is called the joint