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week 6 anatomy

Anatomy week six

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cancellous bone on the other hand, is characterized by open space with a net-work of thin, branched crossbeams
Bones are rigid, mineralized structures that help perform five major roles in the body
Ligaments are fibrous bands that help hold the various bones together into an organized skeleton.
Nucleus one of the largest cell structures, usually occupies the central portion of the cell. The shape of the nucleus and the number of nuclei present in a cell vary
Electrolytes Other inorganic substances include acids, bases, and salts. These substances belong to a large group of compounds
Acids is any substance that will release a hydrogen ion (H) when in solution. A hydrogen ion is simply a bare proton—the nucleus of a hydrogen atom. Therefore, acids are often called proton donor
Solvent in which most other compounds or solutes are dissolved. When water is the solvent (dissolver) for a mixture of two or more kinds of molecules, the blend is called an aqueous solution
Insertion is the point of attachment that moves when the muscle contracts
orbicularis oculi encircles and closes the eye (blinking),
semispinalis capitis is an extensor of the head and helps flex it laterally.
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