THE SKELETAL SYSTEM
In our previous post we described the body as a very complex amazing body with some other parts. We hereby details these parts for better understanding of our bodies.
The skeleton is made up intricate bones joined together a support for your body as a whole, to provide protection for delicate injured organs, and to permit movement the skeletal system may be divided three major sections .
Here together with no movement providing adequate protection for the brain.
Where the bones are joined together to provide limited event in some areas, No movement in others. A protective cage is formed by part of the spine common ribs and breast bone for the lungs and heart. The protective wall is formed by the pelvic or hip bones to protect the bladder and womb. Running right down the backbone is a canal which completely in cases the spinal cord, protecting it from injury. The bones of the chest and joined together in such a way that you are able to breathe freely. Bones of the spine are joined together in such a way as to provide sufficient movement for bending.
Arms and hands, legs and feet, comprise this section that specialize in their development and jointing to provide at least ability with full movement and usefulness. All movable joints are held together by a system of measurement, strong broadband, and tendons, and I usually covered by a thing but strong, layer of tissues which provides lifetime lubrication, unlike our cars and bicycles which need to be graced and oil at frequent intervals.
All bones are held by muscles which not only stabilizing in various positions, but also initiate or start, any movement that is needed, whether it be for working, eating, breathing, or just closing your eyes. In size and strength, depending on the work that they have to perform your muscles also play an important part in giving your body can attractive appearance