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Books

Arnau, Eduard. The Skeletal System. New York: Chelsea House, 1995.

Ballard, Carol. The Skeleton and Muscular System. Austin, TX: Raintree/Steck-Vaughn, 1997.

Parker, Steve. Skeleton. New York: Random Library, 1990.

Silverstein, Alvin, Virginia Silverstein, and Robert Silverstein. The Skeletal System. New York: Twenty-First Century Books, 1994.

Walker, Richard. The Visual Dictionary of the Skeleton. London, England: DK Publishing, 1995.

WWW Sites

The Bones of the Body
http://www.msms.doe.k12.ms.us/biology/anatomy/skeletal/skeletal.html
Site provides links to a list of all the bones in the body, a discussion of the physiology of bones, and a short look at the gross anatomy of the skeletal system.

Cyber Anatomy: Skeletal System
http://tqd.advanced.org/11965/html/cyber-anatomy_skeletal.html
Geared for students in grades 6 through 12, site provides an broad discussion of the skeletal system. Also includes a diagram of the skeleton with the major bones identified.

Muscular and Skeletal Systems
http://gened.emc.maricopa.edu/bio/BIO181/BIOBK/BioBookMUSSKEL.html
Site presents a detailed chapter (with extensive images) on the muscular and skeletal systems from the On-Line Biology textbook.

Skeletal System
http://hyperion.advanced.org/2935/Natures_Best/Nat_Best_Low_Level/skeletal_page.L.html
Site offers an extensive discussion of the skeletal system and its various parts, including a discussion of the composition of bone.

Skeletal System
http://www.lasallehs.org/courses/science/anatomy/html/skeletal_system.html
Site provides an image of the human skeleton; all major bones in that image may be clicked on, leading to a larger, more detailed image of the bone or bones in that area with all parts identified.

Your Gross and Cool Body—Skeletal System
http://www.yucky.com/body/index.ssf?/systems/skeletal
Site presents facts and answers questions about the skeletal system and its various parts.

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sean fillip
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Oct 28, 2009 @ 4:16 pm
the human skelton is desinged to protect some organ.

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