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BONE CELLS

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keven durant

on 13 December 2012

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Transcript of BONE CELLS

FUN FACTS ABOUT BONE CELLS Bone cells can continue living on for 200 years after you are dead!!!! Unless you get cremated, then they wouldn't survive. There are five different types of bone cells.
They all perform one or more of their
three main functions. The function of a
bone cell is formation, development, and
repair of bones. Bone Cells Bone cells store nutrients to make our body strong. Bones are very important. If we had no
bones we would be flying around
wherever the wind would take us. The job of a bone is to give your body support. Without bones everyone would be like a bunch of jello all over the place. The Bone Cell bones Someone with bones Someone without bones Like a ghost. I hope
you have
enjoyed
my
project! SOME COOL BONE FACTS
Bones have two purposes. Some, like your backbone, provide the structure which enables you to stand straight up instead of lying down on the floor. Other bones protect the delicate, and sometimes soft, insides of your body. Your skull, a series of fused bones, acts like a hard protective helmet for your brain. The bones, or vertebrae, of your spinal column surround your spinal cord, a complex bundle of nerves. Imagine what could happen to your heart and lungs without the protective armor of your rib cage!
All of these bones have to have bone cells! Isn't that amazing!
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