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Human Body System

Nervous & Musculoskeletal System

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System that recieves stimuli from inside and outside the body, to interpret the stimuli, and initiate responsef for survival. Nervous System
System that provides movement and support for the body, to protect internal organs, and to provide attachment sites for the muscles. Musculoskeletal System
Organ that has three distinct parts and all serve to control and coordinate the activities of the body. Brain
Organ that is a bundle of nerves that connects with the peripheral nerves and begins at the brainstem and continues down the center of the back through the vertebrate. Spinal cord
Organ that is a network of nerves that branch out from the spinal cord and connect the rest of the body and transmit signals to and from the brain through the spinal cord. Peripheral nerves
Largest part of the brain. It controls thoughts, volutary actions, and the five senses sensations. Cerebrum
Small lobe located at the back of the brain that helps with balance and coordination. Cerebellum
Located at the base "bottom" of the brain and controls vital "important" and involuntary processes. Brain stem
Organ made up of soft tissue that has the ability to relax and contract in order to initiate "start" movemnent within the body. Muscles
Involuntary muscles that form the heart. Cardiac muscles
Involuntary muscles that control many types of movement within the body. Smooth muscles
Voluntary muscles attached to bones and provide the force needed to move the bones. Skeletal muscles
Organ made up of soft connective tissue that attaches muscles to bone. Tendons
Organ that are found where two or more bones meet. Joints
Organ made up of soft connective tissue that attach bones to bones at the joints. Ligaments
Organ that provide shape & support , protects many organs and body structures, provide muscle attachment sites "location", produce blood cells, and store minerals. Bones
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