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Transcript: the human skeleton by.Ayman.E made on 4/6/2020 what even is a skeleton what is a skeleton what is a skeleton? a skeleton is a internal framework of the body. the skeleton is divided into the axial skeleton and appendicular skeleton. what does the skeleton help you with? In your body , the skeleton works very closely with your muscular system to help you move around, without our bones\skeleton, we would be like an octopus, and really wiggly. what does my skeleton help me with? what does the skeleton help you with your skull how does your skull help Your skull is the hard skeleton inside your head, it protects your brain, from getting hurt. about your skull Your is a part of your skeleton, that forms your head. fun fact fun fact: When you touch your head and you feel something hard, well that`s your skull, its hard so that it could protect your brain your arm`s bone your bone inside your arm helps you move your arm move, for throwing something, and reaching to get something. your arm`s bone+hand`s bones your hand`s bones your hand`s bones help you to grab things and touch things, and throwing. your leg`s bones+ feet your leg`s bones, help you walk, run, and jump. they also move, when you kick something. you feet`s bones your leg`s bones+feet`s bones your feet`s bones, help you kick, and helps you taking steps how many bones you have. it is composed of around 270 bones at birth, this total decreased to around 206 bones by adulthood after some bones get fused together. how many bones you have? bone count for rib cage the human rib cage is made up of 12 paired rib bones, each are symmetrically paired on the right and left side. bone count for ribbs spine spine bone count the human spine is made up of 33 bones -7 vertebrea in the cervical region. nothing Events arm+hand bone counter There are 64 bones in the upper extremity. they consist of 10 shoulder and arm. arm+hand bone counter bone counter for hands hand bone counter the skeleton of the human hand consists of 27 bones: the eight short carpal bones of wrist are organized into a proximal row. bone counter for wrist bone counter for wrist there are 8 small carpal bones in the wrist that are firmly bound in two rows of four bones each. Special dates Special dates Name Name Years with company Department Birthday Department what is the bone made of? the bone is made of mostly collagen, growing tissue, collagen is a protein that provides a soft framework, and calcuim phospnate is a mineral that adds strength and hardens the framework. What is the bone made of? February March January THATS ALL FOR NOW, GOODBYE, AND HAVE A NICE DAY:]

Human Skeleton

Transcript: Foot bones consist of the humerus (the upper arm bone), the scapula (the shoulder blade), and the clavicle (the collar bone). Knee hinge joint Fixed Skull joint pivot joint action occurs when one bone spins around on another in either the left or the right direction Pivot Neck Joint Definition:1.bony part of head: the skeletal part of the head in humans and other vertebrates, consisting of the cranium, which encases the brain, and the bones of the face and jaws (33) vertebrae in humans 24 articulating vertebrae,and 9 fused vertebrae The arm bone is the humerus and the forearm bones are the radius and ulna Pelvic Girdle Hand allow movement in only one direction By: Casey McCormick Bones of the arm The skull bones are connected by fibrous joints permits a wide range of mostly sideways movements Vertebrae Found in the hip and shoulder a joint in which the ball-shaped surface of one rounded bone fits into the cup-like depression of another bone "immoveable" joints, because they do not move The Human Skeleton Ball and socket 26 bones, 33 joints, and more than a hundred muscles, tendons, and ligaments. SKULL Gliding hand joint Bones of the leg functions: protection, support and respiration There are four major bones in the leg. The three large bones are the femur in the upper leg, and the tibia and fibula in the lower leg. The femur is also known as the thigh bone. The tibia is sometimes called the shinbone. The fibula is the smaller, rear calf bone in the lower leg. The patella, or knee cap, is the bone in front of the knee. Shoulder Bones Rib Cage The human hand has 27 bones The vertebral column, also known as backbone or spine Bones of the rib cage are the sternum,the 12 thoracic vertebrae and the 12 pairs of ribs. Connects the trunk and legs, supports and balances the trunk, and contains and supports the intestines, urinary bladder, and internal sex organs.

Human Skeleton

Transcript: Works Cited Habitat Temperature Forward-facing eyes give us depth perception, which helps for when we used to swing from trees. Opposable thumbs help us grip things and carry things like food. These traits were developed when we started to evolve from australopithecines and homo erectus, when we slowly began to stand and walk upright. Forward-facing eyes Opposable thumbs Bipedal Walking (on two legs) Habitat Location Age of Humans Common Name - Human Scientific Name - Homo sapien The average rainfall varies through all of Africa. Now that we have evolved to live anywhere on land, rainfall can vary depending on where we are. Humans derived from a common ancestor as monkeys and apes. We adapted to survive, and became the superior race through passing down favorable traits. The first anatomically modern humans are recorded from the Middle Paleolithic era from 200,000 years ago. Earth Ferocious Lion, One of Humans' Predators "Climate of Africa." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 29 May 2014. Web. 29 May 2014. "Descriptions and Articles about the Human (Homo Sapiens) - Encyclopedia of Life." Encyclopedia of Life. Web. 28 May 2014. "Examples of Omnivores." Examples of Omnivores. Web. 30 May 2014. "Human." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 29 May 2014. Web. 29 May 2014. "Sketch Map of the World." Sketch Map of the World. Web. 30 May 2014. Opposable Thumbs Human Adaptation By Ryan Sauro Competition for Survival Human Adaptations Human Skeleton Human Names Homo sapiens first evolved in Africa, a desert/forest type of environment. Now our habitat is anywhere on earth. The average temperature of Africa is 93°F. But because we have adapted to living in any climate, this obviously varies. Fossilized Bones Adaptations in Depth Adapting in Order to Survive Habitat Precipitation Our early ancestors had to compete with other omnivorous animals, such as lions, chickens, and monkeys.

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