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What gives support to the body? Skeletal System
What type of joints are in the skull? Fixed
What type of joints are in the knee? Hinge
What joints do not move? Fixed
What joints only move back and forth? Hinge
What type of joints are where the humerous meets the clavicle? Ball and Socket
What joints allow movement in a circular motion? Ball and Socket
What is the light weight part of the bone called that is filled with holes? Spongy Bone
What type of muscle is found in the heart? Cardiac
What type of muscle is found in the digestive organs? Smooth
How many bones are in an adult human skeleton? 206
What type of muscles move the bones of your body? Skeletal
What are muscles that you can control? Voluntary
What are muscles that you cannot control? Involuntary
What are tissues called that connect muscles to bone? Tendon
What are fibers that hold bone to bone? Ligaments
Where are blood cells made? Bone marrow
What is bone made of? Living cells
What can your bones store? Calcium
What is the flexible tissue that cushions the bone? Cartilage
What is the compact, hard part of the bone called? Solid Bone
What is the disease of the bone joints called? Arthritis
What is the disease called that causes wasting away of muscle tissues? Muscular Dystrophy
What does a muscle look like when it is contracted? Bulging, fatter
What does a muscle look like when it is relaxed and not working? Thin
Created by: Ensmingern