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Integumentary, Skeletal & Muscular systems

skeletal muscles Voluntary muscles attached to bones and provide the force needed to move the bones
tendons connect the skeletal muscles to bones
smooth muscles Involuntary muscles that control many types of movement within the body
cardiac muscles Involuntary muscle that forms the heart
functions of the skeletal system Provide shape and support for the body and protection for many organs and structures; some bones produce blood cells; some store minerals; provides muscles a place to attach
joints occur where two or more bones meet
ligaments attach bones at the joints
functions of the integumentary system Covers the body and prevents the loss of water; it protects the body from infection and injury; it helps to regulate body temperature, get rid of wastes (sweat), receive information from the environment and produce vitamin D.
bones the organs of the skeletal system
skin the organ of the integumentary system
muscular system contains organs that contract to move bones or other organs
3 types of muscles smooth, skeletal & cardiac
skeletal muscles provide ________ to move bones force
tire quickly during exercise skeletal muscles
muscle type responsible for movement within the digestive system smooth muscle
produced by the skin vitamin D
allow the skin to gather information about the environment nerve endings
sweat glands help to regulate body temp & excrete wastes
vertebrae bones that protect the spinal cord
allows the body to bend and move joints
ligaments connect ____ to ____ bone to bone
produce red blood cells bones
examples of involuntary muscles cardiac & smooth
breathing is controlled by ______ muscle smooth
organ system the level of organization within the body that is most complex
levels of organization from most simple to most complex cells, tissues, organ, organ system
cells basic unit of structure & function within the human body
4 types of tissues muscle, epithelial, connective, and nervous
skin is an example of _______ tissue epithelial
ligaments & tendons are examples of _____ tissue connective
_____ tissue can contract or shorten muscle
organ a group of different tissues working together to perform a function
Created by: Ms. Phillips