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Name all the types of bones? sesamoid, flat, long, short and irregular
What does axial skeleton do? Protect
What gaseous exchange does the body exhale? Oxygen
what vessel takes blood to the heart? Veins
whats the difference between the arteries and veins? arteries- thick walls, takes blood away from the heart, carries deoxygenated blood. Veins- thins walls, takes blood to the heart carries oxygenated blood
Name 2 flat bones? Scapula, ribs, cranium
what is the numbered sections of the vertabrae column? 7,12, 5, 5, 4
Name a part of the vertabrae column ? Cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacrum or coccyx
What does agonist mean? The muscle that is contracting and doing all the work while doing exercise/movements.
What is the oppistie of agonist? Antagonist
What do ligaments do? connect bone to bone
what type of bone is the vertabrae column? Irregular
What is concentric and eccentric? Concentric a pulling movement towards you and eccenctric is a pushing movement away from you
Name 4 types of movement? flexion, extension, circumduction, rotation, adduction and abduction
What joint is in the thumb? condyloid
Where would you find a hinge joint? Elbow, knee
What does synovial fluid do? Lubricates the joint
what are the muscles are used in the respiratory system? inter-costals and diaphram
Name three pairs of muscles that work together? bicep/tricep, quadracep/hamstring, trapezius/deltoids, abdominals/erecta spinae
What are the names of the 4 valves of the heart? Aortic, mitral, pulmonary and tricuspid
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