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The spine houses the spinal cord. All the nerves that control your organs and muscles pass through the spine and skull. Protect it and get adjusted regularly. Call your chiropractor today! #chiropractic #truehealth #thrive

Art The spine houses the spinal cord. All the nerves that control your organs and muscles pass through the spine and skull. Protect it and get adjusted regularly. Call your chiropractor today!

Human bone under Scanning Electron Microscope

Human bone under Scanning Electron Microscope : Low power SEM images, showing normal bone architecture in the third lumbar vertebra of a 30 year old woman

So, someone was asking me about my thoughts on anatomy and skeletal structure for winged "human" characters and it made me think "Huh... how do I think about that?" So I decided to do a quick littl...

So, someone was asking me about my thoughts on anatomy and skeletal structure for winged "human" characters and it made me think "Huh." So I decided to do a quick littl.<<< this is an amazing reference!

"Adam Dehart  This is the coolest skeletal diagram I've ever seen. Ever. My instructor might be a little demanding, but he knows what he's doing, which makes all the difference."  https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=953769394666010

Human bone names creative infographic drawing. This would be super helpful when learning human anatomy.

BONE ➡ Rigid organs that constitute part of endoskeleton of vertebrates. SUPPORT & PROTECT the various organs of the body. PRODUCE RBC's & WBC's & store minerals. Bone tissue is a type of dense connective tissue. BONE TISSUE ➡ Osseous, Marrow, Endosteum, Periosteum, Nerves, Blood Vessels& Cartilage. Osseous Tissue, aka - bone tissue gives it rigidity & a coral-like 3D internal structure. Adults: 206 separate bones > At birth: 270 bones. Largest Bone = Femur Smallest Bones = Auditory Ossicles

Adventist Youth Honors Answer Book/Health and Science/Bones, Muscles, and Movement

How to make a cool articulated hand craft, with bendable joints, to helps kids understand how tendons work to connect the muscles in the forearm to the tiny bones in the fingers and thumb.  Biology | Anatomy | STEM | Fun science for kids

How to make an articulated hand {with cool movable fingers

How to make a cool articulated hand craft, with bendable joints, to helps kids understand how tendons work to connect the muscles in the forearm to the tiny bones in the fingers and thumb.

Posture Quiz Time:     What are the "common" names for the following bones of the body?    A. Tibia  B. Humerus  C. Clavicle  D. Patella  E. Vertebrae    https://www.facebook.com/PainFreePostureMN

Names of bones - skeleton [Great site for understanding the human skeletal system. Includes diagrams, quizes, fun facts and simple explanations for several skeletal questions]