short bones, probably. They aren't long bones. They arent irregular or flat either.
They are protected by your skin and muscles covered over them. If you had no skin and no muscles, you would be a heap of blood and you would have no bones. You would die instantly but it is not possible
It is covered in cartilage
yes, bones have blood supply
the blood needs someplace to flow in and without blood, thr bones would not function properly
Yes. All bones have a blood supply.
No, bones don't have blood in them. Bones have something called bone marrow. The marrow makes red blood cells.
Bones make blood, but only red blood cells and white blood cells.
the ends of the bones are, yes
yes,but the bones are covered by fat so you can sit
obviously they are or they arent its your choice!
If they're not blood, then they're not a cousin. So, yes.
bones are the producers of blood and the bigger the cell the more blood
In a sense yes. There are blood vessels in the marrow inside of your bones.
Bone marrow. Bone marrow is where blood cells are created. Only long bones (with the "hole" in the center) have bone marrow in them. So leg bones and arm bones make blood cells, but rib bones or skull bones do not. So those short, solid, irregular-shaped bones do not create blood cells.
All the blood cells are produced in the bone marrow But not all bones do that. Bones that do make blood cells include bigger longer bones, like the humerus and femur.
no they arent althought they make us move if we didnt have bones we would be a pile of skin on the floor
Periosteum covers bones. It is a fine tissue.
The marrow in bones make blood cells.
the skin is covered over our bones .so bones are the support for skin .if the bones were not present our body would have no movement
covered in blood
I believe it is the skin that protects and covers the bones of your body.