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Body System L.2

Structure, Movement, and Control

Skull protects the soft tissue of the brain
Rib cage protects the soft tissue of the lungs and heart
Compact bone hard outer layer of bone
Spongy bone interior region that contains many tiny holes.
Skeletal muscle works with the skeletal system and helps you move. And give you the strength to lift heavy objects
Tendons connect skeletal muscles to bones
Cardiac muscle In your heart only. And contracts and relaxes and moves blood throughout your body
Smooth muscle tissue In your organ such as stomach and bladder also in the blood vessels
Nervous system group of organs and specialized cells that detect, process, and respond to information
Neuron are the basic unit of the nervous system
Peripheral nerves connect limbs and organ
Brain process information
Spinal chord receives and process signals
Visual system receives light signals
Auditory system detect sounds
Olfactory system receives odor signals
Taste buds receive chemical signals
Endocrine system sends signals to the body
Hormones chemical signals release by the organs of the endocrine system
Created by: fair