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Science(The skeletal and muscular systems)

What are the main functions of the skeleton? To support the body,To allow movement,to protect internal parts of the body
What is a joint? Where bones meet
What are muscles made out of? Protein
What is the function of muscles and joints? To allow movement
What do tendons do? Join muscle to bone
What do ligaments do? Join bone to bone
What is an antagonistic pair? Two muscles witch carry out different effects
Give an example of an antagonistic pair The biceps and triceps, when the biceps contract the triceps relax
What are fixed joints? Unmovable joints
Give an example of a fused joint The skul
Freely movable joints contain a liquid, what is this liquid called? Synovial fluid
What does cartilage do? Protect the ends of bones
Name two types of joints and state where they can be found Ball and socket joints(Shoulders and hips) Hinge joints(Elbows and knees)
Created by: Chimozukee