Skeletal and Muscular System
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  • Question 1
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    The organ system that consists of bones, their associated cartilages, ligaments and joints. Provides protection, movement, produces red blood cells, and stores minerals.

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    Circulatory System

    Respiratory System

    Skeletal System

    Digestive System

  • Question 2
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    The part of the bone that is rigid and dense.

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    Spongy Bone

    Red bone marrow

    Compact bone

    Joint

  • Question 3
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    Makes up the interior of the bone, soft part of the bone, and provides most of the strength and support.

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    Spongy Bone

    Red bone marrow

    Compact bone

    Joint

  • Question 4
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    Part of the bone that manufactures red blood cell.

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    Spongy Bone

    Red bone marrow

    Compact bone

    Joint

  • Question 5
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    A place in the body where two or more bones connect.

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    Spongy Bone

    Red bone marrow

    Compact bone

    Joint

  • Question 6
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    Connects bone to bone

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    Cartilage

    Ligaments

    Tendons

    Involuntary muscle

  • Question 7
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    Strong band of tough tissue that attach muscle to bone

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    Cartilage

    Ligaments

    Tendons

    Involuntary muscle

  • Question 8
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    A connective tissue that is more flexible than bone and that protects the ends of bones and keeps them from rubbing together.

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    Cartilage

    Ligaments

    Tendons

    Muscles

  • Question 9
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    Muscles that are not under your conscious control. Responsible for activities such as breathing, digesting food and your heart beating.

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    Involuntary Muscles

    Voluntary Muscles

    Skeletal Muscles

  • Question 10
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    A muscle that is attached to the bones of the skeleton by tendons and provides the force that moves the bones. Can be voluntary or involuntary.

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    Involuntary Muscles

    Voluntary Muscles

    Skeletal Muscles

  • Question 11
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    Muscles that are under your control. Smiling, turning a page in a book and getting out of your chair are some examples.

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    Involuntary Muscles

    Voluntary Muscles

    Skeletal Muscles

  • Question 12
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    Characteristics in common with both smooth and skeletal muscles, involuntary, does not get tired and controls heartbeats.

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    Smooth Muscle

    Muscle

    Cardiac Muscle

  • Question 13
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    Cells and tissues that allow movement of an organ or body part. Can only contract, not extend.

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    Smooth Muscle

    Muscle

    Cardiac Muscle

  • Question 14
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    A muscle that is involuntary and found in walls of internal organs such as a stomach and intestines and bladder and blood vessels.

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    Smooth Muscle

    Muscle

    Cardiac Muscle

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