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skeletal system

how many bones are in the adult skeletal system? 206
what the 2 skeletal systems? axel and appendicular
what are 2 axel bones? pelvis and skull
what are some appendicular bones? arms, legs, fingers, and toes
what are the five functions of the skeletal system? protects internal organs supports the soft parts of the body protects the spinal cord provides places for the muscles to attach supplies the body with blood cells.
how many parts of the skull are there? 8
what are the parts of the skull? frontal:on the top and in the front nasal:the nose, between and under the eyes maxilla:upper jaw temporal:on the back under the parietal zygomatic:cheek bones mandible: lower jaw parietal:on top of skull(on the backside) occipital:bottom of the sk
Created by: ls