What are human skeletons made out of? What is connected to the bone? What layer rests on top of muscle to protect your body? Bones, muscle, and skin form the foundation of your body. The person in the above figure is moving. How do his bones help him to move?
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Although you may not typically think of the skin as an organ, it is in fact made of tissues that work together as a single structure to perform unique and critical functions. The skin and its accessory structures make up the integumentary system , which provides the body with overall protection. The skin is made of multiple layers of cells and tissues, which are held to underlying structures by connective tissue Figure 5. The deeper layer of skin is well vascularized has numerous blood vessels. It also has numerous sensory, and autonomic and sympathetic nerve fibers ensuring communication to and from the brain. The skin consists of two main layers and a closely associated layer. View this animation to learn more about layers of the skin.
This lesson plan teaches preschool students about various parts of the human body. Though all components of the human body work differently, they still manage to work together. Discuss each of the facts with the students. Allow the students to ask questions and locate the different body parts on a picture of the human body. Then use the learning activities to help the students gain a better understanding of the body parts discussed.
The scalp refers to the layers of skin and subcutaneous tissue that cover the bones of cranial vault. In this article, we shall look at the anatomy of the scalp — its layers, neurovascular supply, and any clinical correlations. The scalp consists of five layers. The first three layers are tightly bound together and move as a collective structure. Figure 1.