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MICHELLE 1

MUSCULAR SKELETAL SYSTEM

QuestionAnswer
shoulder blade scapula
skull cranium
lower jaw bone mandable
upper jaw bone maxilla
collar bone clavicle
breast bone sternum
24 pair that protect heart ribs
protects the spinal cord vertabrae
different shape for men and woman pelvis
funny bone humerous
follows your thumb. radius
follows your pinky ulna
wrist bones carpals
hand bones metacarpals
finger and toes phalanges
knee cap patella
longest strongest bone femur
large bone in lower leg tibia
smaller bone in lower leg fibulla
ankle bones tarsals
foot bones metatarsals
in the neck/ moves head up and down/ lt or rt. strenocliedomastoidus
around the mouth orbicularis oris
around the eyes orbicularis occuli
triangle muscle in the back trapezius
common for shots deltoid
in upper arm/ on top/ is a pair biceps
has three/ in back of upper arm triceps
chest muscles pectoralis major
between ribs intercostals
6 pack rectus abdominus
back side gluteus maximus
back of the thighs hamstring
front of the thighs quadriceps
calves gastrocnemeus