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100_Chap5a_SkeletalSum_10 - Chapter 5a Skeletal System The...

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Chapter 5a Skeletal System
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The Skeletal System Bones function in support, movement, protection, storage, and blood cell production Bones have a hard outer layer surrounding ongy bone spongy bone Bone is living tissue (specialized connective tissue) Bone fractures are healed by fibroblasts and osteoblasts
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The Functions of Bones Support Provides structure for skeletal muscles to attach to Movement teract with muscles to allow us to move Interact with muscles to allow us to move Protection Cage-like enclosure for internal organs Formation of blood cells In bone marrow Mineral Storage Calcium and phosphate
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Bones Support Organs and Tissues
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The Functions of Bones Support – Provides structure for skeletal muscles to attach to Movement – Interact with muscles to allow us to move rotection Protection – Cage-like enclosure for internal organs Formation of blood cells – In bone marrow Mineral Storage – Calcium and phosphate
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Movement
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The Functions of Bones Support – Provides structure for skeletal muscles to attach to Movement – Interact with muscles to allow us to move Protection – Cage-like enclosure for internal organs Formation of blood cells – In bone marrow Mineral Storage – Calcium and phosphate
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Protection
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The Functions of Bones Support – Provides structure for skeletal muscles to attach to Movement – Interact with muscles to allow us to move rotection Protection – Cage-like enclosure for internal organs Formation of pluripotent blood cells – In bone marrow Mineral Storage – Calcium and phosphate
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Formation of Blood Cells in Bone Marrow
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Support – Protects soft organs and provides structure for skeletal muscles to attach to Movement – Interact with muscles to allow us to move Protection
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This note was uploaded on 10/06/2011 for the course BIO 100 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at S.F. State.

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100_Chap5a_SkeletalSum_10 - Chapter 5a Skeletal System The...

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