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The Muscular System

Our science project on the muscular system

Karel Peters

on 20 March 2013

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Transcript of The Muscular System

The Muscular System Karel Peters, Lexie Sipes,
Morgan Isley, Samantha Fiorini The major functions of the
Muscular System are... Stability & Posture Movement Circulation Digestion Heat Generation There are 3
different types
of muscle tissue
... Skeletal Muscle Cardiac Muscle Smooth Muscle On your bones to help you move
Cover your skeleton, giving your body its shape
Generates heat
Holds you bones in position Found in the walls of hollow organs e.g. intestines, eyes, reproductive organs, stomach
Moving fluids through the body Only in your heart
Never gets tired
Pumps blood through your heart
Never stops working Masseter Don't forget! Temporalis Muscular and Digestive System Muscular and Circulatory System Muscular and Skeletal System FUN FACTS!!!! Did you know.... The muscular system makes up nearly half
the weight of the human body! It takes 17 muscles to smile and 42 to frown! The hardest working muscles are in the eye! The largest muscle in the body is the Gluteus Maximus. The smallest muscle is the Stapedius which is just over one millimeter in length and is found in your ear! Vastus intermedius
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