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Skeletal system-bones

By: Emily Butler and Maggy Ho

Maggy Ho

on 3 May 2010

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Skeletal system
Bones Teeth Function Analysis Structure
Bone Size Teeth Shape Teeth Shape Incisors Canines Premolars Molars Biting, scraping and cuting Piercing and tearing Crushing and grinding Crushing and Grinding Types of bones Joints
Joints Hinge Joints Ball-and-Socket Joints Pivot Joints Gliding Joints allow to slide over another Wrist allow one bone to rotate around another neck allow the greastest range arm, swing throughly allow forward and backward motion knees
Health Topic Cavities and Gum disease Clavicles Cavities and Gum disease Cause
Brushing Teeth Cause NOT Brushing Teeth Eating TOO much sweets NOT Flossing Brushing Teeth Eating TOO Much Sweet Noodlebib Coolidge-Stolz, Elizabeth M.D. Human Biology and Health- Science Explorer.
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Bone Shape How are the bone shape and why are they shaped that way? How are clavicle shaped? Clavicle Why do we need clavicle? Why is clavicle the most commonly broken bone? Types of Bones Flat Irregular long short Resource http://orthopedics.about.com/cs/brokenbones/a/collarbone.htm Book: Human Anatomy http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Clavicle+bone http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clavicle Book: ThinkQuest Body systems Book:Science Explorer
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