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Muscle, Skeletal, and Integamentary system

What are voluntary muscles that attach to bones and provide force needed to move the bones? Skeletal bones
What connects bones to muscles? Tendons
What covers the end of bones? As you grow, it becomes bone material. It is a connective tissue. Cartilage
What holds a joint together? Ligaments
Humans have about ___ bones. 600
What are the muscles that do not consciously? Involuntary muscles. Controlled by the brain stem.
What are the muscles that you control? Voluntary muscles
What are the three kinds of muscles? Smooth Skeletal Cardiac
What are the 5 functions of bones? Provide support and shape, protect major organs, store calcium and phosphorous, produce blood cells, enables the body to move
How many bones do you have in your vertebre, hands, and feet? 26
What is the periosteum? The outer layer of the bone. Doesn't cover ends. Where healing begins.
What is the compact bone? Next layer where it is hard and dense. Contains blood vessels and minerals.
What is bone marrow? Where blood is made.
What does yellow marrow do? Stores fat
What does red marrow do? Produce blood
What is the average amount of skin on an adult? 1.5m
What does skin do? Prevents H2O loss - protects you from injury and infection -regulates body temperature -eliminates waste -gathers sensory info -produces vitamin D from sunlight
What do blood vessels do when you get warm? They enlarge to increase the blood flow.
What is 80% of the dust in your home? Dead skin cells
What is the outer layer of skin? Epidermis
What is the lower layer of skin? Dermis
What does the dermis contain? Nerves, blood vessels, sweat glands, hair, oil glands
What are the small openings where sweat/waste is eliminated? Pores
What are follicales? Strands of hair
What is the pigment of the color of the skin called? Melin
What is acne? Bacterial infection of skin
What muscles are bonded and striated? Skeletal muscles
What muscles are involuntary and control digestion. Ex: Peristalsis Smooth muscles
Compact bone heavy and dense, small canals run through here and carry red blood vessels.
Created by: Camryn_O'Baker