Annotated Bibliography for Dental Implants and implant Care Todescan, S., Lavigne, S., & Kelekis-Cholakis, A. (2012). Guidance for the maintenance care of dental implants: Clinical review. Journal of the Canadian Dental Association, 78, 1-9. Retrieved from EBSCO with Full Text Database.
A human’s body may appear to be a simple form, but nonetheless it is complex with trillions of living organisms working together to keep the individual alive and moving. Many of the composites that keep the individual movements are the cartilages, bones, and joints. Cartilage is divided into three classifications with the same function, but with their own specific functions as well. Bones, which protect the internal organs, are in many different categories based on the appearance of the bones. Joints are divided into different categories depending on the motion it allows the group of bones to do.
Human adult skeleton consists of 206 bones, composed of inorganic salts embedded in a framework of collagen fibres. Bones can be classified according to their shape as either long, short, flat or irregular. Long bones are the weight-bearing bones of the body. Their structure provide maximal strength while maintaining minimal weight. They are found in the extremities and include the humerus, radius and ulnar of the arm.
The components of this system are made up of 206 skeletal bones, muscles, cartilage, ligaments, a network of tendons, joints, and the other connective tissue that supports and binds tissue and organs together.The skeletal portion of this system serves us by being the main pillars and storage system for phosphorus and calcium, and it also contains fundamental parts of the hematopoietic system. Furthermore it has 2 parts, which are the axial skeletol, which is made out of the vertebral cullum, the rib cage, and the skull, and the appendicular skeletol which in turn is made up of the shoulder girdle and the pelvic one. We also have 4 types main types of bones which are, irregular bone, flat bones, long bones and short bones. As to the muscles these are divided in to 3 mains parts, which are the heart muscle which is unique only to the heart, the skeletal or voluntary muscle, and the smooth or involuntary
Back in 236 B.C, Greek mathematician, physicist and inventor Archimedes used a rope-and-pulley mechanism and invented a hoist device; the hoist rope was wrapped around a capstan; a person would have to pull a lever in order to rotate the drum. It is thought that three of this device were first introduced in the Palace of the Roman Emperor Nero. Human-powered and human-counterweight hoists were used in ancient Rome to draw water from wells. It is also believed that Emperor Napoleon
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Retrieved from http://www.luther.edu/oneota-reading-journal/archive/2012/the-value-of-childrens-literature/ Fadiman, C. (2017). Children's literature. Retrieved from https://www.britannica.com/art/childrens-literature Johnson, P. (2008). Entertaining and essential for selecting children's books. Australian Library Journal, 57(4), 488-489.