Outbreak: One World - One Health
Making Connections
Muscles
Show me a Muscle!
Miscellaneous
100

What is a vaccine?

Something that helps a body fight a disease.

100

Why are Bats so important?

They eat insects and they are pollinators and disperse seeds.

100

What do we use for voluntary movement?

Skeletal Muscles

100

Biceps

Lies on the front of the upper arm between the shoulder and the elbow

100

What are the 3 types of medals given out at the Olympic Games?

gold, silver and bronze

200

What is a species? 

A group of living things that are similar enough to one another that they can create offspring together.

200

When nerves and muscles don’t communicate well, what happens?

Neuromuscular diseases - when your nerves cannot properly control your muscles.

200

What attaches muscles to bones?

Tendons

200

Hamstrings

any of five tendons at the back of a person's knee.

200

Which word is used for a family of lions?

a pride

300

What is a Mutation?

A change that affects behavior or development.

300

Show me an example of a type of movement and name it!

  • Abduction & Adduction (Abduct - move away from body, Adduct - move back towards body)

  • Elevation & Depression (Elevation - move upwards, Depression - move downwards)
  • Rotation - moving around an axis
300

What are muscle fibers?



Muscle cells which are long string-like cells. These cells are bunched up into tight bundles, almost like if you held a bunch of pencils in your hand.



300

Deltoids

uppermost part of the arm and the top of the shoulder

300

"Hakuna Matata" is a Swahili phrase used in the movie The Lion King. What does it mean?

no worries

400

What is a Zoonotic Disease?

A disease that jumps between different species.


400

What can happen to animals and humans when too many trees are cut down?

Animals are starting to crowd together in a smaller area.  There are more stressed because they have more competition for food/shelter and have less space to live in.  Some animals are even leaving the forest to find food (and are now near people).

Note that there are more people in the area where animals live.  This is an area where zoonotic diseases can easily “spill over” and spread between people and animals.

400

How are muscles controlled?

Nerves! Nerves tell muscles when and how to move.

400

Quadriceps

the large muscle at the front of the thigh, which is divided into four distinct portions and acts to extend the leg.

400

How many chambers does your heart have?

four

500

What is One Health?

The connection between human, animal and environmental health.

500

How does climate change affect humans, animals and the environment?

Climate change can further shrink an animal’s habitat and lead to species extinction by changing what plants grow in the area or make the temperature unsuitable for life for that (animal or plant) species.  Climate change affects animals, people and plants in this way.

500

What is the basic action of all muscles?

Muscles tighten when they contract, producing tension, then return to relaxed, tensionless state.

500

Obliques

They are located on the sides of the abdominals

500

What street is our gate entrance on for people returning to school in the afternoons?

Alcatraz Avenue

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