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wavelike muscular contractions to propel material throught the digestive tract peristalsis
sac of synovial fluid between a tendon and a bone to decrease friction bursae
malignant tumor containing embryonic connective tissue sarcoma
lymph tissue that filters as it passes to the circulatory system lymph nodes
crain and spinal cord central nervous system (CNS)
elevated glucose levels in the blood hyperglycemia
lymphocytes that transform into plasma cells to produce antibodies B/ lymphocytes
straightening of a limb extension
elevating the foot dorsiflexion
stationary attachment point of a muscle to a bone origin
fluid that coats the walls of alveoli to reduce surface tension and allow inflation surfactant
lymphocytes that act directly on an antigen to destroy it T/ lymphocytes
point of attachment further from the center distal
point at which an impulse is transmitted from one neuron to another synapse
Created by: edve