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suhail science

6th grade science

When you were born, most of your skeleton was made of cartilage
What are two parts of your body that are made out of cartilage? end of nose top of ear
The minerals found in bones are deposited by living cells called osteoblasts
A disease that causes bones to become less dense is called osteoporosis
A disease that may cause joints to swell or stiffen is called arthritis
Your heart and lungs are protected by ribs
what is another name for the hip bone pelvis
your spinal cord is protected by your vertebrate
The minerals found in bones are deposited by living cells called osteoblasts
and your brain is protected by the skull aka cranium
What are the four functions of the skeletal system? storage movement protection blood cell formation
Compare red bone marrow and yellow bone marrow. red bone marrow-produces red and white blood cells Yellow bone marrow-stores fat and minerals
Created by: syounus1