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A group of cells that work together to perform a specific function Tissues
Tissue type that contracts and relaxes to produce movement Muscle
Tissue type that covers and protects Epithelial
Tissue type that sends electrical signals Nervous
Tissue type that joins,supports,protects, cushions and insulates Connective
Two or more tissues working together Organ
Two or more organs working together Organ system
The body systems work together to maintain Homeostasis
Another name for an organ Structure
The job of an organ Function
A collection of organs working together to support and protect the body Skeletal System
Outside shell of a bone Compact bone
Inside layer of the bone has many spaces Spongy bone
Soft tissue in center of the bone, makes red blood cells Bone Marrow
Soft connective tissue at the ends of all bones Cartilage
Place where two bones come together Joint
Bones sliding over one another at the hand or ankle Gliding Joint
Bone moves freely in all directions, hip Ball and Socket
Bone moves in two directions, elbow and knee Hinge Joint
Connects two bones Ligament
Connects bone to muscle Tendon
A collection of organs that work together to move parts of the body Muscular System
Muscle found in digestive tract and blood vessels Smooth
Muscle found in the heart Cardiac
Muscle attached to bones Skeletal
Muscle action that you control Voluntary
Muscle action you can not control Involuntary
Muscle that helps to bend part of the body Flexor
Muscle that helps to strighten part of the body Extensor
Exercise to strenghten muscle Resistance
Exercise to increase endurance of skeletal muscles and strengthen the heart Aerobic
A collection of organs that help your body maintain a healthy internal environment Integumentary System
Darkening chemical in the skin, protects you from UV rays Melanin
Thin top layer of the skin Epidermis
Larger middle layer of the skin Dermis
Makes skin tough Keratin
Provides strength and flexibility in the dermis Collagen
Damaged DNA, cells divide uncontrolably Skin Cancer
Keeps bacteria from entering the body at the site of a cut Blood Clot
Hair produced here Hair follicle
Lifts hair up to keep you warm Hair Muscle
Keeps you in touch Nerve Endings
Temperature regulation, removes waste Sweat Glands
Created by: mmccoy