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dem bones

science ms ziccardi test

skeletal system bones,cartilage, and connective tissue holds back together
joint a place where 2 or more bones meet
ligaments strong elastic bands of connective tissue they connect the bones to joints
compact bones if the bone tissues do not have visual or open spaces
red marrow produces red and white blood cells
yellow marrow is the central cavity of long bones,stores fat
marrow bones contain a soft tissue
dislocated joint an injury in which one or more bones have been moved out of place
sprain a ligament is strected to far or torn
osteoprios a disease in which bones become weak and soft
arthris a disease in which bones become strict
fracture a broken bone
gliding joint the type of joint found in the hand and wrist
fixed joint allows little or no movement
hinge joint allows you to flex and extend
ball and socket allows movement in all directions
cartilage cushion the area where bones meet
spongy bone has many open spaces, provides most of the strength for bones
compact bone ridge and dense, contain small blood vessels
four function's of the skeletal system protection movement storage blood cell formation
ribs protects your heart and lungs
vertabre your vertabre protects your spinal cord
skull your brain is protected by your skull
is your skeletal system alive? yes
your is determined by your skeletal system weight
marrow and minerals are stored in your bones
there are bones in a adults body 206
calcum is a that gives bone strength minerals
the end of your bones are made of spongy bones
what connets muscles to bones? tendons
Created by: jordyn_leva