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Them Bones, Them Bones!!!




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| bone marrowBy James P.and trevor.B | cartilage By Grace D. and Olivia F. | vertebrae By: A1:54n1:54ita Davis and Olivia Zwierzchoski | disks By: Alexander W. Richie U. | ribs By :Chad & Amelia http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cGTi1wAuEc | sternum By:Adin & Miles | skull kenley and jordan | | | | | | femur By Max L. and Izzy B. and Adam B. | patella: Alexander W. Richie U. | skeleton Alexandra and Petra | fracture By: Chad F. & Amelia B. | calcium by:Alexandra and Petra |

bone marrowBy James P.and trevor.B

cartilage By Grace D. and Olivia F.

Cartilage sorounds the ends of your bones to keep them from grinding together. It also works as a shock absorber.

vertebrae By: A1:54n1:54ita Davis and Olivia Zwierzchoskiexternal image nrd1693-f2.jpg


This is a veterbrae.

This is a vertebrae
This is a vertebrae

disks By: Alexander W. Richie U.

**http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=putDjJ9k1u0**Discs video
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Disks in the veterbrae
Disks in the veterbrae

ribs By :Chad & Amelia http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cGTi1wAuEc

sternum By:Adin & Miles

The sternum is in the center of
the chest.It's connected to the
rib bones.It also helps the heart
and lungs.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fN7hJcSr1kg

skull kenley and jordan

A SKULL
A SKULL

femur By Max L. and Izzy B. and Adam B.

(The femur is a thigh bone)

The femur the longest and strongest bone in the skeleton, is almost perfectly cylindrical in the greater part of its extent. In the erect posture it is not vertical, being separated above from its fellow by a considerable interval, which corresponds to the breadth of the pelvis, but inclining gradually downward and medialward, so as to approach its fellow toward its lower part, for the purpose of bringing the knee-joint near the line of gravity of the body. The degree of this inclination varies in different persons, and is greater in the female than in the male, on account of the greater breadth of the pelvis.


Femur
Femur

patella: Alexander W. Richie U.


skeleton Alexandra and Petra

The Skeleton
The Skeleton

fracture By: Chad F. & Amelia B.

A bone fracture (sometimes abbreviated FRX or Fx, Fx, or #) is a medical condition in which there is a break in the continuity of the bone. A bone fracture can be the result of high force impact or stress, or trivial injury as a result of certain medical conditions that weaken the bones, such as osteoporosis, bone cancer, or osteogenesis imperfecta, where the fracture is then termed pathological fracture.

calcium by:Alexandra and Petra

Calcium is what builds your bones. You can find calcium in milk, cheese and other dairy. The more calcium you get, the bigger you get. When Calcium fills your bone it expands and becomes bigger.








Fuse By: Max L., Izzy B. and Adam B.
The Fuse
The Fuse