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Week 13-movement

Skeletal/Muscular Study Cards

cartilage tough, flexible connective tissue
periosteum thin membrane that covers a bone
compact bone mostly solid, dense part of a bone
spongy bone part of a bone with many small pores or spaces
red marrow soft tissue inside bones that makes blood cells
yellow marrow soft tissue inside of the long bones that is mostly fat
joint place where two or more bones come together
flexor muscle that bends a joint
extensor muscle that straightens a joint
striated or skeletal muscle muscle tissue with stripes that moves your bones
smooth muscle muscle that causes movements that you cannot control, makes up many of your organs like the stomach and intestines
cardiac muscle type of muscle found only in the heart and major blood vessels
What are the three types of joints? fixed -don't move; partly movable - limited motion (ribs); Movable - move (arms and legs)
ball and socket joint movement in all directions ex: shoulder or hip
gliding joint some movement in most directions, bones slide over each other ex: wrist
pivotal joint move from side to side or up and down ex: skull and neck joint
hinge joint movement back and forth in one direction ex: elbow and knee
tendon connective tissue that connects muscles to bones
ligament connective tissue that connects bone to bone
muscle tissue tissue that shortens in length
nervous tissue tissue that sends and receives messages
connective tissue tissue that connects organs together (ligaments, tendons, blood)
epithelial tissue covering tissue, protective
Created by: mrsstrouse