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NYSExam Vocab List 5

Human Systems: Skeletal

cells basic unit of life
tissue a group of similar cells working together
organs a group of tissues working together
organ systems a group of organs working together to carry out a specific life process
skeletal system supports the body and protects the internal organs
bones the hard parts of the skeleton
cartilage acts as a cushion between two bones
joints formed where one bone is connected to another
ligaments the tissue that connects one bone to another
tendons the tissue that connects muscles to bones
muscular system contains two types of muscles; voluntary and involuntary
voluntary muscles muscles that act because you consciously direct them to
involuntary muscles muscles that act even when you are asleep or unconscious
locomotion the movement of the body from place to place
ball and socket joint type of joint found in your hip or shoulder
hinge joint type of joint found in your elbow or knee
immovable joint type of joint found in your skull
Created by: kpatelunas