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Skin & Muscular

Skin and Muscular System Review

Inner layer of skin. DERMIS
Tiny openings on the skin's surface. PORES
Outer layer of skin. EPIDERMIS
Tissue that connects muscle to bone. TENDON
Type of muscle found only in the heart. CARDIAC MUSCLE
Muscle attached to the bones. SKELETAL MUSCLE
Muscle tissue that is found in organs such as the stomach. SMOOTH MUSCLE
Muscles that you can control. VOLUNTARY MUSCLE
Muscles that you cannot control. INVOLUNTARY MUSCLE
Pockets that hair grows out of. FOLLICLES
Muscle that straightens a joint. EXTENSOR
Muscle that bends a joint. FLEXOR
Waste water and salts that leave the body through the skin. PERSPIRATION
A disease in which some body cells divide uncontrollably. CANCER
A pigment, or colored substance that gives skin its color. MELANIN
Structures that strands of hair that grow within the dermis. FOLLICLE
Created by: gizmo131