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system responsible for providing shape and support for the body, protection for internal organs, and production of blood cells
Function of Bones
provide support and shape, provide place for attachment of muscle, and to produce blood cells
soft, flexible tissue found at the ends of bones, ears, nose and other areas of the body.
a band of tissue that connect bone to bone
connect bones to muscles
made of minerals such as calcium, they move when skeletal muscle attached to them contract or get shorter, and, larger ones produce blood cells in the marrow
a place where two or more bones meet
Ball and Socket Joint
Examples include the hip and the shouldervery mobile, the end of one bone is shaped like a ball, the end of the other bone is shaped like a cup, the “ball” sits in the “cup” and is able to rotate. Examples include the hip and the shoulder
one bone moves like a door swinging on its hinges.Examples: elbow and the knee
a bone rotates or “pivots” around another; we have pivot joints in our arms, and at the base of our skull
bones “glide” past each other; we have them in our wrists and feet
the system responsible for providing movement in our bodythe system responsible for providing movement in our body. Movement occurs by the muscles getting shorter (contracting) and relaxing
muscles that make our bones move, they make our bones move by getting contracting and pulling on the bones. These muscles are voluntary.
muscle found in the heart, These muscles are involuntary
muscle found in many internal organs, including the digestive system and blood vessels. These muscles are involuntary.
muscles that you consciously think about using in order to get them to work – the skeletal muscles are these
muscles that you do not have to think about using – smooth and cardiac muscle are this type
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