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Human Body FOSS

Human Body-muscles, skeleton, joints

Skeleton system that includes all of the bones in the body
Function of Skeleton (bones) support, movement, and protection
hinge joint Allows back and forth movement in one direction
Example of ball-and-socket joint shoulder, hip
Example of gliding joint ankle, neck, backbone, wrist
Example of hinge joint knee, finger, toe, elbow
Ball-and-socket-joint allows bones to rotate in any direction
Gliding joint allows bones to glide past each other
Muscles make bones move, cause you to smile, contract when they are working
To bend your arm Biceps contract and triceps extend
stimulus trigger
response action/reaction
example of stimulus joke, itch, ball rolling in your direction
example of response laugh, scratch, kick ball
Muscles cramp overuse, too much use
Femur largest bone in your body
Stirrup smallest bone in your body
Philanges found in your fingers and toes
Ligament connect two bones
206 Bones in the human body
650 skeletal muscles
ribs protect your heart and lungs
skull protects your brain
response time hands respond faster than feet; messages are sent from the brain and the closer the fast
practice on tasks improve performance
Created by: slump