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The Skeleton

Skull (Cranium) •Skull Skull: protect brain (brain case). Facial bones:-Contains cavities for sense organ (eyes, smell).-Frame of the face.

The human skeleton anterior view

Forensic Anthropology 47 The human skeleton The adult human skeleton contains 206 bones which vary in size from the almost microscopic ossicles of the inner ear to femora which may exceed 450 mm in length.

Animal skeletons

The tuna skeleton has no arms or l_gs, but you can see its f_ns and ta_l. It has a long flexible spine for swi_ _ing. The frog has well developed b_ _k legs, modified hip b_ n _ s and a shortened spine allowing it to j_ _p and land easily.

The Skeletal System

Add any new information or questions to the chart. ∙Model accessing information from a resource by listening to the tape that accompanies A Book About Your Skeleton (annotated in Health Education: A Bibliography for the Elementary Level p.

Physiology and Anatomy - Unit 4: The Skeleton

Physiology and Anatomy Unit 4: The Skeleton Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 10/9 10/10 10/11 10/12 10/13 Work on Skeleton Packet

The Human Skeleton

MONASH SCIENCE CENTRE © 2006 Primary Science Teaching Resource Page 2 of 5 Procedure Discuss with the students why we have a skeleton and what are it main functions: • Shape • Protection of internal organs • Support of our organs and flesh • Movement by attaching to muscles • Mineral ...

ALMANAC SKELETON TEMPL ATE

Skeleton Side A. ALMANAC SKELETON TEMPL ATE www.familyfun.com © FamilyFun. Skeleton Side A ALMANAC SKELETON TEMPL ATE www.familyfun.com © FamilyFun

The Skeleton

Classification of Bones É Axial skeleton - bones of the skull, vertebral column, and rib cage É Appendicular skeleton - bones of the upper and lower limbs, shoulder, and hip Classification of Bones: By Shape É Long bones - longer than they are wide (e.g., humerus) É Short bones É Cube ...

Chapter 2: Shape, Design, and the Skeleton

8 Chapter 2: Shape, Design, and the Skeleton Imagination is more important than knowledge. (Albert Einstein) In this chapter we consider some salient aspects of natural shapes design.

The Human Skeleton

Table of Contents Checklist: What's in the Case? -----1 Information for the Teacher: -----3 How to Handle and Look At Museum Specimens An Introduction to the Human Skeleton Activities to Do with Your Students: ...