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Body Systems

What is the maintenance of a stable internal environment? Homeostasis
What are two or more tissues working together? Organ
What is the soft, flexible tissue that changes to bone? Cartilage
What tissue covers and protects other tissue? Epithelial
What do we call a group of cells working together? Tissue
What do we call the place where two bones connect? Joint
What tissue contracts and relaxes to produce movement? Muscle
What tissue sends electrical signals through the body? Nervous
What tissue joins, supports, protects, insulates, nourishes, and cushions organs? Connective
What is a baby's skeleton mostly made of? Cartilage
What are the tissues that attach bones to muscles called? Tendons
What is the soft material that produces the body's blood cells called? Marrow
What are the structures where bones come together called? Joints
What is the tissue that connects bone to bone called? Ligaments
Where is cardiac muscle found? Heart
When smooth muscle moves blood through your blood vessels, is the action voluntary or involuntary? Involuntary
What kind of muscles help protect your inner organs? Skeletal
What are the three types of muscle? Cardiac, smooth, and skeletal
What kind of muscle make up organs such as those found in the digestive tract? Smooth muscle
What muscles contract to move bones? Skeletal
What system is made up of bones, cartilage, and connective tissue? Skeletal
What kind of bone has many open spaces and contains marrow? Spongy
What kind of muscle is found only in your heart? Cardiac
What tissue attaches skeletal muscle to bones? Tendons
What kind of bone tissue does not have open spaces? Compact
What system is made up of muscles and the connective tissue that attaches them to bones? Muscular
How many bones are in your body? 206
What is the largest bone in the body? Femur
Where are blood cells made? Bone marrow
Where are the smallest bones in your body located? Ear
What bones protect your spinal cord? Vertebrae
What kind of joint allows you to flex and extend your lower leg? Hinge joint
What is responsible for the color of your skin? Melanin
What is the lower skin layer called that contains mainly collagen and connective tissue? Dermis
Organs in the dermis that produce hair? Hair follicles
What is the outermost skin layer that is made of epithelial tissue? Epidermis
What small organs in the dermis produce a salty waste? Sweat gland
What 3 things make up the integumentary system? Hair, skin, and nails
Which of these are made of dead cells: Epidermis, hair, or nails? All of them
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