(i) What is a backbone?
(ii) What is the scientific name of backbone?
(iii) Write the main functions of backbone.
Asked by Topperlearning User | 15th Jun, 2016, 12:45: PM
(i) The backbone is a long, hollow, rod-like structure running from the neck to the hips, inside our body.
(ii) The scientific name of backbone is vertebral column.
(iii) The main functions of backbone:
a. It provides the main support to the body.
b. It supports the head at its top.
c. It attaches shoulder bones, ribs and hip bone.
Answered by | 15th Jun, 2016, 02:45: PM
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