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Bone - Wikipedia

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A bone is a rigid organ that constitutes part of the vertebrate skeleton. Bones support and protect the various organs of the body, produce red and white blood  ...

Your Bones - KidsHealth

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Where would you be without your bones? Learn more about the skeletal system in this article for kids.

What Is Bone?

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May 2015. To understand osteoporosis, it is important to learn about bone. Made mostly of collagen, bone is living, growing tissue. Collagen is a protein that ...

Kids' Health - Topics - Your bones - CYH Home

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Dec 7, 2016 ... What are bones? What bones do; Your skull; Your spine; Your ribs; Your arms; Your legs; Your joints; Dr Kim says; Interesting 'boney' facts ...

Introduction to Bone Biology: All About our Bones | International ...

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Bones in our body are living tissue. They have their own blood vessels and are made of living cells, which help them to grow and to repair themselves. As well ...

What are human bones made of? | Reference.com

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The main component of bone is bone matrix, which is a mixture of a fibrous protein called collagen and carbonated hydroxyapatite, an inorganic compound ...

Human bones: information about, types, how they are made, names ...

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Information about human bones: types, pain relief, names, what are bones made of, names of bones.

Science for Kids: Bones and Human Skeleton - Ducksters

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Kids learn about the science of bones and the human skeleton. How the skeletal system supports the human body and protects it from harm.

Bone Anatomy | ASU - Ask A Biologist

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Have you ever seen fossil remains of dinosaur and ancient human bones in textbooks, television, or in person at a museum? It's easy to look at these and think ...