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Skeletal and Muscle Systems Chapter 5
Skeletal System Composed of bone and cartilage
Periosteum: Connective tissue that covers the bone’s surface
Joint: Union of two bones
Ligaments, Tendons, and a tough fibrous capsule provide stability to the joint
Skeleton Stores: Minerals (calcium and phosphorus Manufactures blood cells Stores fat in limb bones (in adults)
Long bones: found in limbs Support body weight Act as levers of propulsion
Short: found in knee and hock Aid in shock of impact
Flat: ribs, scapula, some in skull Encloses vital organs
Irregular bones: unpaired bones Vertebrae and some in skull
Bony growths (splints, spavins, and ringbone) are a result of injury to the periosteum Periosteum nourishes the bone through blood vessels (like antlers)
Cartilage: Covers joints Diminishes effect of concussion and provide a smooth joint surface to minimize frictional resistance to movement
Axial Skeleton: skull, spine, ribs, breastbone, pelvis, tail Appendicular Skeleton: forelegs and hindlegs
Muscle system Provides movement internally and externally Red flesh or lean meat 50% of the body weight
3 types of muscles: Smooth- involuntary Cardiac – involuntary striated Striated or Skeletal
Smooth Muscles: 1.Digestive system 2.Uterus of females
Peristalsis: Wavelike contractions of digestive system Can contract for hours without getting fatigued
Cardiac Muscle: Only in the heart Contraction requires no nerve stimulus Split-second intervals of rest
Striated or Skeletal Muscle Attached to bony levers Move the body voluntarily with control of the will
The Skeletal System Supports the body Protects soft organs Allows movement due to attached skeletal muscles Stores minerals and fats Blood cell formation.
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Skeleton. support the hard structure (bones and cartilages) that provides a frame for the body of an animal.
Skeleton. the hard structure (bones and cartilages) that provides a frame for the body of an animal.
Ball and Socket Structure A bone with a round end fits in a cup- shaped socket that does not move.
Chapter 5 – The Skeletal System Support the body Protect soft organs Allow movement due to attached skeletal muscles Store minerals and fats Blood cell.
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TISSUES OF THE BODY Connective, Muscle, & Nervous Tissues.
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Living Organisms carry out life processes in order to survive. The human body is complex. Cells Tissues Organs Systems.
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Structure and Function on the Skeletal System.. Structure of the Skeleton We know that the 206 bones of the skeleton are split into two different groups…
Skeletal System Functions: Supports the body; Protects organs (ribs, sternum, skull); Place for muscles to attach; Stores Ca; Makes blood (hematopoiesis)
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