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Muscular&Skeletal

Key terms

TermDefinition
Involuntary muscles Muscles not under your conscious control
Voluntary muscles Muscles under your conscious control
Skeletal muscles Attached to the bones of you skeleton and provide the force that moves your bones
Tendon Strong connective tissue that attaches muscle to bone
Striated muscle Muscle cells appear banded
Smooth muscles Muscles inside many internal organs
Cardiac muscles Found only in your heart
Skeleton Made up of all the bones in the body
Vertebrae Make up your backbone
Joint Place in the body where two bones come together
Ligament Connect bone to bone
Cartilage Covers the ends of bones
Red marrow Produces blood cells
Yellow marrow Stores fat
Osteoporosis Condition in which body's bones become weak and break easily
Created by: Nelda Bailey