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Skeletal and Muscular System Jeopardy Test Review Game
Skeletal System Muscular System SkinIdentifying Bones and Muscles Injuries and Disorders
How many bones are in the human body?
If you get a sunburn, what type of tissue have you injured?
Name 4 bones that are found in the axial skeleton.
Skull, vertebrae, ribs, sternum
A developing fetuss skeleton is comprised mostly of __________, not bone.
What type of joint allows for the greatest range of motion?
ball and socket
Name the three types of muscle tissue.
skeletal, smooth, and cardiac
What type of muscle tissue reacts quickly and tires slowly?
Approximately how many muscles are found in the human body?
What is the process of muscle mass wasting away?
What type of muscle tissue works in pairs?
How does the skin protect the body from disease?
It keeps out disease- causing microorganisms.
What is the pigment in the skin that helps protect you from sunburn?
In which layer of the skin do you find nerves and blood vessels?
In which layer of the skin would you find dead skin cells?
In which layer of the skin would you find sweat glands and oil glands?
Name the long bone found in the upper arm.
Where is the gastrocnemius located?
What is the large muscle that covers the shoulder joint?
What is the scientific name for the shin bone?
What is the scientific name for the shoulder blade?
If you strain the connective tissue that connects the bicep to the humerus, what have you strained?
What do we call it when a bone is forced out of a joint?
What is the most common joint problem? (It causes swelling, pain, and stiffness of the joint.)
What type of connective tissue is involved in a sprain?
What type of arthritis occurs when cartilage is worn down over time?
MORE SKELETAL SYSTEM LEVEL OF ORG. and TISSUES MISC.MORE BONE and MUSCLE I.D JOINTS 200
Approximately how much of the average persons total body weight comes from bones?
What division of the skeletal system is made up of the hips, shoulders, arms, and legs?
Which bone cells build bones?
What does the prefix osteo- mean?
What is the fibrous outer membrane of a long bone called?
What is the basic unit of all living things?
What does the word homeostasis literally mean?
process of staying the same
Name the four types of tissues
muscle, nerve, connective, epithelial
What type of tissue is sometimes considered the catch all group?
What type of tissue is blood?
What does the suffix -itis mean?
disease or inflammation
What does the prefix arthro- refer to?
Name the levels of organization from simplest to most complex.
cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, organism
Which body tissue supports, binds, protects, stores, and transports?
What body system stores minerals such as phosphorus and calcium?
Which bones make up the wrist?
What is the large muscle that stretches across the buttocks?
What two muscles of the arm work together to help you bend your elbow?
bicep and tricep
What is the scientific name for the jaw bone?
What is the longest bone in the body?
Name the four types of joints.
ball and socket, hinge, gliding, and pivot
What type of joint is found in the shoulder?
ball and socket
What type of joint only allows movement in one direction?
Where do you find a pivot joint?
Where do you find an immovable joint?
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