Endoskeleton

Endoskeleton - transmits the force of muscle contractions....

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Endoskeleton Most vertebrates have an internal skeleton called the  endoskeleton , which is a framework of bones  and cartilage (see Figure 1  ) that serves as a point of attachment for muscle. The endoskeleton thus 
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Unformatted text preview: transmits the force of muscle contractions. The endoskeleton also provides support for the body (for example, the legs) and protection (the skull). Figure 1 The human skeleton showing the major bones of the body....
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