What is the function of the neck?


What is the function of the neck?

Physiology of the Head and Neck:

In humans, the head and neck are located at the top of the body, just above the shoulders and chest. In the skeletal and nervous systems, the head and neck contain the skull, the brain, and the top of the spine and spinal column.

Answer and Explanation:

Physiologically, the neck primarily serves to separate the head from the torso in animals that possess it. The neck contains numerous organs and blood...

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