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Respiratory System


Cartilage A flexible tissue that cushions bones and joints Pads of cartilage in joints keep the bones from rubbing against eachother You also have cartilage in your nose
Involuntary Muscle Muscle that contracts on its own without you having to think about it. (heart)
Joint A place where 2 or more bones meet.Your bones are made up of more than 230 joints. The ball and socke joint, the hinge joints, and pivot joint
Skeletal Muscle Muscles that are attatched to bones and moves them. The biceps and triceps in your upper arm are skeletal muscles
Created by: carebear5702