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Health Final Review

Digestion & excretion/Movement and Coordination

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What causes a muscle fiber to contracts? It is stimulated by nerve impulses.
What (are) the function(s)of the skeletal system? a. Shape/structure for our bodies b. Supporting /protecting bodily movement c. storing minerals & producing blood cells
What is the sequential interaction of the body systems that allow you to move (ie. You just touched touched a hot stove)? a. Nervous system b. Muscular system c. skeletal system
What is it called when all 4 limbs are affected with a spinal cord injury? Quadriplegic
What is it called when two limbs are affected with a spinal cord injury? Paraplegic
What holds the joints together? Ligaments
How many bones are normally in the human body? 206
Which of the following is the biggest bone in the body? femur
What are the 2 types of bone marrow and their function? Yellow - stores fat & minerals Red - produces many types of blood cells
What is the name of the tissue that prevents food from entering the windpipe? Epiglottis
Created by: alexball