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Types of tissues Epithelial, Nervous, Muscle, and Connective
Epithelial Protects and supports tissue underneath
Nervous Sends electric signals through the body.
Muscle Made of cells that can contract and relax to produce movement
Connective Joins, Supports, protects, insulates + cushions organs
Protection Ribs protect heart+lungs, Vertebrae protects spine
Storage Bones can store fat and minerals
Movement Muscles pull on bones to produce movement
Blood Cell Formation Some bones are filled with a special material that makes blood cells
Types of joints Hinge, Sliding, Ball and Socket, Fixed
Sliding Allow bones in the hand to glide over one another
Hinge The knee allows you to flex+extend your leg
Ball and Socket The shoulder allows your arm to move freely
Fixed Your skull can't move because bones are fused
Types of muscles Smooth, Cardiac, Skeletal
Smooth found in the digestive tract+Blood vessels
Cardiac Found in the heart
Skeletal Found attached to bones
Ressitance Exercise requires your muscles to overcome the weight of another object
Aerobic Exercise increases the size and strenght of your skeletal muscles somewhat, but it mostly strenghtens your heart and lungs
Created by: divya3765