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Involuntary Muscles Muscles that are not under your conscious control. Examples - heart, muscles used for breathing
Voluntary Muscles Muscles that are under your conscious control. Examples – smiling, turning a page in a book, and standing up.
Skeletal Are attached to the bones of your skeleton and provide the force that moves your bones. They are Striated Striated - banded
Smooth Involuntary muscles such as those in your stomach that aid in digestion.
Cardiac Found in your heart. It is involuntary, and striated.
Contraction Muscle cells can only contract, not extend, so skeletal muscles must work in pairs. While one contracts the other muscle relaxes to its original length.
Exercise Exercise makes muscle cells grow in size. As a result, the whole muscle becomes thicker, and therefore stronger.
Tendons Tendons are strong connective tissue that connect muscle to bone.
The Muscular System Chapter Science Words Muscle Voluntary muscle Involuntary muscle Skeletal muscle Tendon Smooth muscle Cardiac muscle.
Voluntary Muscles (skeletal) Names of Muscles Deltoid Biceps Abdominals Quadriceps Pectoral Latissimus Dorsi Trapezius Triceps Gluteals Hamstrings Gastrocnemius.
Each motion had a limited range of movement. The types and ranges of movement differed. Different joints allow rotational movements, angular movements,
Moving Around WALT: to know how we move around WILF: to know how a joint works To know how a muscle works.
MUSCLES. The muscles in the body each fall into one of three groups: 1.VOLUNTARY or SKELETAL MUSCLES- these muscles are under the control of our.
Living Organisms carry out life processes in order to survive. The human body is complex. Cells Tissues Organs Systems.
The BIG idea CHAPTER OUTLINE Systems, Support, and Movement CHAPTER The human body is made up of systems that work together to perform necessary functions.
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.
Muscle Tissue There are 3 types of muscle tissue: skeletal skeletal smooth smooth cardiac cardiac.
Muscles. Types of Muscle 4 Smooth - involuntary 4 Skeletal - voluntary 4 Cardiac - involuntary.
Lesson 3 How can you keep your muscles flexible and strong? The Muscular System Proper warm-up and stretching before and cool-down after any physical.
MUSCULAR SYSTEM. INTRODUCTION OVER 600 MUSCLES MAKE UP THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM MUSCLES ARE MADE OF BUNDLES OF MUSCLE FIBERS THAT ARE HELD TOGETHER BY CONNECTIVE.
Systems, Support, and Movement Chapter 1 Skeletal System Muscular System OrganizationDefinitionsMisc
Chapter 5 - Tissues Membranes, Muscle Tissues, and Nervous Tissues.
ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS ASSIGNMENT BY GIANA IANNACONE.
Table of Contents: How cells make up an organisms body Consider this: What is a multicellular organism? What is a unicellular organism? Multicellular organisms.
How do Bones and Muscles Work Together?. Bones and Muscles Your bones and muscles have to work together in order for you to move. Most of the body’s bones.
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Muscles 13.8 Muscles are effectors which enable movement to be carried out.
The Main Body Parts In The Muscular System There are three types of main body parts in the muscular system, the three main body parts in the muscular.
Skeletal and Muscular System Jeopardy Test Review Game.
Human Body Systems. Key Ideas of Homeostasis How do the skeletal and muscular systems help the body maintain homeostasis? How does the integumentary system.
The Human Body Systems By the Fourth Grade Computer Class.
Chapter 7 The anatomical system of a species that allows it to move. The muscular system in vertebrates is controlled through the nervous system, although.
NervousSystem Integumentary System Skeletal System Muscular System Circulatory System Respiratory System Digestive System Excretory System Endocrine System.
How Do Muscles Work? Types of Movement. Flexion: The decreasing of an angle between bones. One of the bones of the joint moves towards the other bone.
TISSUES OF THE BODY Connective, Muscle, & Nervous Tissues.
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