The skeleton and musculature make up the body’s support and movement apparatus. These two components work both ways: the skeleton is essential for the execution of movements and the muscles equally essential in supporting functions. The skeleton is described as the passive part of the apparatus of movement, while the muscles rank as the active part. Connective and fibrous tissue. Tendons. Cartilage. Bone cells. Haversian lamellae, interstitial lamellae. Bone tissue structure, diagram. Hollow bones. Bone marrow. The skeleton as a whole, its functional arrangement and individual parts. Skeleton, full frontal and rear views. Joints. Vertebral column. Thorax. Pectoral girdle. The limbs. Skeleton of the hand. Pelvis. Knee joint. Menisci. Skeleton of the foot. Ankle joint. The skull, front and side views. Skull dissected in its constituent bones. X-ray pictures of a bone dislocation and of a bone fracture. Full front and rear views of human musculature with twelve partial views of muscles. Fine structure of muscles. Capillary blood vessels in the muscles. The sensory and motor innervation of muscles (muscle spindles and motor end plates). Muscle efficiency. Pronation and supination muscles.