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Systems, Support, and Movement Chapter 1 Skeletal System Muscular System OrganizationDefinitionsMisc 10 20 30 40.

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2 Systems, Support, and Movement Chapter 1

3 Skeletal System Muscular System OrganizationDefinitionsMisc 10 20 30 40

4 The marrow of bones produces A.red blood cells. red blood cells.red blood cells. B.tendons. tendons. C.compact bone. compact bone.compact bone. 10 Points

5 Which bones are part of the axial skeleton? A.skull, spinal column, ribs skull, spinal column, ribsskull, spinal column, ribs B.skull, shoulder blades, arm bones skull, shoulder blades, arm bonesskull, shoulder blades, arm bones C.skull, spinal column, leg bone skull, spinal column, leg boneskull, spinal column, leg bone 20 Points

6 Bones of the skeleton connect to each other at A.ligaments. ligaments. B.joints. joints. C.tendons. tendons. 30 Points

7 Bone cells lie within and are made by A.tendons. tendons.tendons. B.spongy bone. spongy bone.spongy bone. C.marrow. marrow. 40 Points

8 The stomach is made up of A.cardiac muscle. cardiac muscle.cardiac muscle. B.smooth muscle. smooth muscle.smooth muscle. C.voluntary muscle. voluntary muscle.voluntary muscle. 10 Points

9 Cardiac muscle is found in the A.arms and legs. arms and legs.arms and legs. B.heart. heart. C.stomach. stomach. 20 Points

10 How do muscles contribute to homeostasis? A.They keep parts of the body together. They keep parts of the body together.They keep parts of the body together. B.They help you move. They help you move.They help you move. C.They produce heat when they contract. They produce heat when they contract.They produce heat when they contract. 30 Points

11 The function of smooth muscle is A.to move internal organs, such as the stomach. to move internal organs, such as the stomach.to move internal organs, such as the stomach. B.to pump lymph throughout the body. to pump lymph throughout the body.to pump lymph throughout the body. C.to move bones. to move bones.to move bones. 40 Points

12 Which type of tissue carries electrical impulses from your brain? A.nerve tissue nerve tissuenerve tissue B.epithelial tissue. epithelial tissue.epithelial tissue. C.connective tissue. connective tissue.connective tissue. 10 Points

13 Connective tissue functions to provide A.support and strength. support and strength.support and strength. B.messaging system. messaging system.messaging system. C.heart muscle. heart muscle.heart muscle. 20 Points

14 Cells are A.groups of tissues. groups of tissues.groups of tissues. B.basic units of life. basic units of life.basic units of life. C.structures that have specific functions. structures that have specific functions.structures that have specific functions. 30 Points

15 Compact bone A.is a strong lightweight tissue. is a strong lightweight tissue.is a strong lightweight tissue. B.forms the hard outer layer of bones. forms the hard outer layer of bones.forms the hard outer layer of bones. C.is found inside body organs. is found inside body organs.is found inside body organs. 40 Points

16 Homeostasis is A.the ability of your body to maintain internal conditions. the ability of your body to maintain internal conditions.the ability of your body to maintain internal conditions. A.a group of organs that work together. a group of organs that work together.a group of organs that work together. B.a structure that is made up of two or more tissues. a structure that is made up of two or more tissues.a structure that is made up of two or more tissues. 10 Points

17 20 Points The level of organization is A.Organs, tissues, organ systems, organism, cellsOrgans, tissues, organ systems, organism, cells B.Cells, systems, organism, organ systems, tissuessystems C.Cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, organismCells, tissues, organs, organ systems, organism

18 The muscular system A.is the part of the axial skeleton that moves. partthepartthe B.works with the skeletal system to allow movement.works with the skeletal system to allow movement. C.works with the appendicular skeleton to move. appendicular 30 Points

19 The appendicular skeleton A.includes the skull. includes the skullincludes the skull B.is the legs and arms. is the legs and arms.is the legs and arms. C.is the spine. is the spine.is the spine. 40 Points

20 In a living organism, many different parts often work together to A.perform an important function. perform an important function.perform an important function. B.cause an organism to begin. cause an organism to begin.cause an organism to begin. C.cause an organism to end. 10 Points

21 All organisms need A.energy. energy. B.sunlight. sunlight. C.oil. oil. 20 Points

22 Living things met their needs by ____ A.needing only what they have. needing only what they have.needing only what they have. B.making what they need themselves. making what they need themselves.making what they need themselves. C.interacting with their environment. interacting with their environment.interacting with their environment. 30 Points

23 Muscles help maintain body temperature by A.transferring heat energy from the stomach. transferring heat energy from the stomach.transferring heat energy from the stomach. B.providing insulation that holds heat in. providing insulation that holds heat in.providing insulation that holds heat in. C.releasing heat energy when they move. releasing heat energy when they move.releasing heat energy when they move. 40 Points


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