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Skeletol System Ch.2

Skeletol system Ch.2

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Vertebrae 26 bones that malke up your backbone.
Marrow the spaces in the bone that contain a soft connective tissue.
Cartilage A connective tissue that is more flexible than bone.
Joint A place in the body where two bones come together.
Movable Joints Allow the body to make a wide range of movements.
Ligament A strong connective tissue that hold togethger movable joints.
Osteoporosis When your bones in the body become weak and break easily.
Fracture When weight is put on only on a few bones.
Sprain When ligaments stretch to far and tear in places.
Dislocation This occars when a bone comes out of it's joint.
X-rays This is determined when bones have been broken.
Magnetic resonance imaging In 1970 this new method is for taking clear images of both the bones and soft tissues of the body.
Involuntary muscles These are responsible for activities such as breathing and digesting food.
Tendon Strong connective tissue that ataches muscle bones.
Smooth muscles These work automatically to control many types of movements inside your body
Cardiac muscle This tissue has characteristics in common with both smooth and skeletol muscles.
Skin This protects the body from injury and infection. This also covers the body and prevents the loss of water
Epidermis This is the outermost layer of the skin
Melanin This gives color to the skin.
Pores Sweat glands produce persperation, which reaches the surface
Voluntary muscles This muscle controls Smiling, and turning the page of a book.
Skeletal muscles Are attached to the bones of your skeleton.
Tendon Strong connective tissue that ataches muscle bones.
Smooth muscles These work automatically to control many types of movements inside your body
Cardiac muscle This tissue has characteristics in common with both smooth and skeletol muscles.
Skin This protects the body from injury and infection. This also covers the body and prevents the loss of water
Epidermis This is the outermost layer of the skin
Melanin This gives color to the skin.
Pores Sweat glands produce perspiration, which reaches the surface through openings.
Follicles Strands of hair grow within the dermis in structures.
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