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The Skeletal System: Structure and Function

The Skeletal System: Structure and Function


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Subject ScienceBiology
Grade Level Grades 9-12

About This Lesson

The skeletal system is an awesome structure, and is essential for the protection of our Internal organs, providing a framework for our bodies, producing blood cells and producing blood cells. In this lecture, I deal with the structure of its two main parts: The axial and appendicular skeletons, how bones are formed and details about the functions associated with the skeletal system. I end the lecture by talking about bone injury and disease, such as Osteoporosis.


The Skeletal System, its Structure and Function - Section 34.2
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