Joints
Muscles
Bones
Bone Names
Misc.
100
A joint that permits movements in all directions.
What is ball-and-socket joint?
100
The three types of muscles.
What are cardiac, smooth, skeletal?
100
Firm, smooth tissue at the ends of bones.
What is cartilage?
100
knee cap
What is the patella?
100
The state of balance that the human body strives to maintain - staying the same.
What is homeostasis?
200
A joint that permits a back-and-forth movement similar to that of a door.
What is a hinge joint?
200
The muscle that flexes when you push up on something.
What is the bicep?
200
A place where bones meet.
What is a joint?
200
Shoulder blade.
What is the scapula?
200
Protect other organs, give the body shape, store minerals, allow you to move and make blood cells.
What are the functions of the skeletal system?
300
A joint that permits movement of one bone around its own long axis or around the axis of another bone.
What is pivot joint?
300
Muscles that work against each other at a particular joint so that the joint can move.
What are opposing muscles?
300
Tough, fibrous tissue that connects one bone to another bone.
What is a ligaments?
300
Collar bone.
What is the clavicle?
300
Type of muscle found in the heart?
What is cardiac?
400
The shoulders and hips are examples of this kind of joint.
What is ball-and-socket joints?
400
A muscle that bends a body part.
What is a flexor?
400
Tough, fibrous tissue that attach muscle to bone.
What are tendons?
400
Ankle.
What are the tarsals?
400
Type of muscle attached to bones and organs.
What are skeletal muscles?
500
The neck is an example of this type of joint.
What is pivot joint?
500
A muscle that extends, or straightens, a body part.
What is an extensor muscle?
500
Inside of the bone, responsible for making red and white blood cells.
What is red bone marrow?
500
Smaller of the two calf bones.
What is the fibula?
500
Type of muscle found in the digestive tract and blood vessels.
What is smooth muscle?
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