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Science Unit 3 Lesson 4 Strong Bones and Mighty Muscles

TermDefinition
organs that support and protect the body, store minerals, and allow movement bones
spongy layer where red blood cells are made marrow
the place where two bones meet joint
connect bones together at joints ligaments
joint that allows circular movement ball-and-socket joint
joint that allows back and forth movement hinge joint
joint that allows you to rotate your head from side to side pivot joint
body part where you can find a hinge joint knee
body part where you can find a pivot joint neck
body part where you can find a ball-and-socket joint arm
organ that contracts to produce body movement muscle
strong bands of tissue that connect skeletal muscles to bones tendons
movements that happen without your thinking about them involuntary movements
movements that you control voluntary movements
the beating of your heart is an example of which type of movement involuntary movement
running and playing computer games are examples of which type of movement voluntary movement
muscle that pulls on your bones, enabling you to move skeletal muscle
heart muscle that works all your life pumping blood cardiac muscle
muscle that makes up the walls of the blood vessels and organs smooth muscle
Created by: mrshassler