Vocabulary and Application
Muscular System
Skeletal System
Bones and Muscles
Random

100

Which of the following is the correct description of a ligament?

A. A tissue that connects bone to other bones

B. A tissue that connects your organs together

C. A tissue that connects muscle to bone

D. All of the above

A tissue that connects bones to other bones.

100

What is the function of the muscular system?

A. Helps the body move, as well as moving other things throughout the body involuntarily

B. Provides structure and support to the body, and protects organs

C. Protects inner organs from illness and injury

D. Pumps blood throughout the body to deliver oxygen 

Helps the body move, as well as moving other things throughout the body involuntarily

100

What is the function of the skeletal system?

A. Helps the body move, as well as moving other things throughout the body involuntarily

B. Provides structure and support to the body, and protects organs

C. Protects inner organs from illness and injury

D. Pumps blood throughout the body to deliver oxygen

Provides structure and support to the body, and protects organs.

100

Which of the following muscles is located in your heart and never tires?

A. Smooth

B. Skeletal

C. Cardiac

D. Skin

Cardiac

100

The integumentary system contains the largest organ in the human body. Which organ is this?

A. Heart 

B. Stomach

C. Skin 

D. Lungs 

Skin

200

What is an organ?

A. A group of tissues in a living organism that has a specific form and function.

B. An involuntary muscle

C. A voluntary muscle

D. Tissue that attaches bones to other bones

A group of tissues in a living organism that has a specific form and function.

200

Which of these muscles aids in the digestive process?

A. Skeletal

B. Skin

C. Cardiac

D. Smooth

Smooth

200

True or False: The skeletal system produces red and white blood cells to prevent infection.



True

200

Cardiac muscles are involuntary. These muscles aid in____________________.

A. The contraction of the heart to pump blood

B. Moving food through the body

C. Moving blood through veins

D. Muscles working together to bend your arm.

The contraction of the heart to pump blood.

200

Which other system works with the skeletal system to provide physical support for the body?

A. Muscular

B. Digestive

C. Circulatory

D. Respiratory 

Muscular

300

What is the difference between a voluntary and involuntary muscle?

A. A voluntary and involuntary muscle are muscles you can’t control

B. A voluntary and involuntary muscle are muscles you can control

C. A voluntary muscle you can’t control and an involuntary muscle you can control

D. A voluntary muscle you can control and an involuntary muscle you can’t control

A voluntary muscle you can control and an involuntary muscle you can’t control.

300

Smooth muscles are involuntary. These muscles help__________________.

A. Move food through the body

B. Move blood through veins

C. Pump blood to the heart

D. Both A and B

Both A and B

300

What is the skeletal system made up of?

A. Ligaments

B. Bones

C. Cartilage

D. All of the Above

All of the Above

300

Skeletal muscles are voluntary. These muscles work with bones to provide movement such as__________.

A. Breathing

B. Jumping

C. Blood flow

D. Digestion

Jumping

300

How do the red blood cells in bones help the body?

A. They take in oxygen

B. They grow

C. They make things

D. They take stuff out

They take in oxygen.

400

Brandon caught the flu from another person while playing outside. Which type of disease is this?

A. Infectious disease

B. Noninfectious disease

Infectious disease

400

What are the names of the three types of muscles?

Smooth, cardiac, and skeletal muscles

400

About how many bones are babies born with?  About how many bones do adults have?

Babies are born with about 300 bones.  Adults have 206 bones.

400

Maria broke her bone and doesn’t think her bone will heal. Is she correct? Why or why not?

A. No, bone is made of living tissue, which explains why a broken bone actually heals.

B. Yes, bone is made of nonliving tissue, which explains why a broken bone will not heal.

C. Yes, bone is made of living tissue, which explains why a broken bone actually heals.

D. No, bone is made of nonliving tissue, which explains why a broken bone will not heal.

No, bone is made of living tissue, which explains why a broken bone actually heals.

400

How do your skeletal and muscular systems work together?

They work together for movement by enabling you to move.

500

What is the difference between infectious disease and a noninfectious disease?

 You can catch an infectious disease around other sick people. Noninfectious diseases are not contagious.

500

Explain the function of each type of muscle: skeletal, cardiac, and smooth

Skeletal muscles are voluntary muscles that work with the bones to provide movement such as jumping.  Cardiac muscles are involuntary muscles that aid in the contraction of the heart to pump blood.  Smooth muscles are involuntary muscles that help move food through your body and move blood through your veins.

500

Why do adults have fewer bones in comparison to babies?

As you grow older, your bones fuse together, so there are fewer separate bones in your body.

500

Are bones living or nonliving tissue? Explain your answer.

A bone is made of living tissue. To remain alive, the bone cell needs blood. The bone is fed by blood. 

500

Although individual body systems can perform specific functions, they also work together for the entire organism. For example, the muscular and skeletal system work together to carry out their functions. Which of the following statements provides the best evidence of this?

A. Messages from the brain tell the body to move

B. New red blood cells are generated in the marrow of bones

C. Muscles attach to bones and bones to bones to help the body move

D. Muscles help move nutrients through the body to the stomach

Muscles attach to bones and bones to bones to help the body move.