Select Page

Video: The Skeletal System, its Structure and Function


The skeletal system is an awesome structure, and is essential for the protection of our Internal organs, providing a framework for our bodies, producing blood cells and producing blood cells. In this lecture, I deal with the structure of its two main parts: The axial and appendicular skeletons, how bones are formed and details about the functions associated with the skeletal system. I end the lecture by talking about bone injury and disease, such as Osteoporosis.

This is section 34.2 in the textbook Biology: The Dynamics of Life and is part of the chapter on Protection, Locomotion and Support. The audio for this section and the next is a little messed up in some places because there seems to have been a short in the wireless mic cable I was using. However, it’s good enough for you to hear it all.

Resources:

Outline:

  • The Structure of the Skeletal System
  • The Formation of the Skeletal System
  • The Function of the Skeletal System
  • Bone Injury and disease

About The Author

Leslie Samuel

Leslie Samuel is the creator of Interactive Biology. His mission is to use this site to Make Biology fun for people all over the world.

Are You Premed?

Confused about the MCAT? Not sure how to prepare? This guide will show you how
7 Shares
Share5
Pin
Tweet
Share
+12