SelectSmart.comSelectSmart.com®
Before you decide
Over 20,000 selectors

Skeletal System Flowchart Health. Flowcharts, articles.
Health. Skeletal System Flowchart
By Eric_fs
Viewed 511 times since July 2013. See its rating here.

Post your comment
Bookmark and Share

Information and items from Amazon.com you may find helpful. This SelectSmart.com Health. flowchart, a free online decision tool is a creation of Eric_fs and for amusement purposes only. The implicit and explicit opinions expressed here are the author's. SelectSmart.com does not necessarily agree.


Member Name:
Password:
NEW! Join now it's FREE! Only "4me" members may post comments on their own blog page and make flowcharts.
Rate this & comment on your '4me' member blog page.
(5=best, 0=poor)
5 Stars 4 Stars
3 Stars 2 Stars
1 Star 0 Stars
Search for more flowcharts New, improved, free: Make a flowchart
The purpose of this flow chart is to inform a person about the skeletal system's anatomy, and what it's functions are.
SelectSmart.com SelectSmart.com
Make Your Own Flowchart
SelectSmart.com 2012. All Rights Reserved.


The skull protects the brain and other sensory organs. It's attached to the spine at the upper vertebrae



The humerus is attached to the scapula. The scapula is attached to the clavicle. And the clavicle is attached to the sternum.

The ribs are attached to the spine in the back and to each other by the sternum in the front They protect the lungs, heart, and the upper part of the liver.

The humerus is attached to the scapula. The scapula is attached to the clavicle. And the clavicle is attached to the sternum.


The ulna and radius are attached to the humerus, forming the elbow.

The pelvis forms the pelvic girdle, which supports the spine.

The ulna and radius are attached to the humerus, forming the elbow.


The phalanges area attached to the metacarpals, which are attached to the carpals. the carpals are attached to the radius and ulna, forming the wrist


The phalanges area attached to the metacarpals, which are attached to the carpals. the carpals are attached to the radius and ulna, forming the wrist


The Femurs are attached to the pelvis by a ball joint on either side of the bone


The Femurs are attached to the pelvis by a ball joint on either side of the bone


The tibia and fibula are attached to the femur, forming the knee.The patella is the circular bone that forms the knee cap.


The tibia and fibula are attached to the femur, forming the knee.The patella is the circular bone that forms the knee cap.


The tarsals are attached to the tibia and fibula at the ankle, and support the two bones.


The tarsals are attached to the tibia and fibula at the ankle, and support the two bones.