The bones, cartilage, ligaments and muscles of the musculoskeletal system give the body shape and support, and enable voluntary movement. In addition to protecting internal organs, bones serve as attachment points for the muscles and tendons, produce blood cells, and act as calcium and phosphorus storage banks.
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