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Skeletal and Muscular Systems

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Ashlyn Nall

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Transcript of Skeletal and Muscular Systems

Bones are made up of spongy bones, Yellow Marrow, and Compact Bone.
Growing and developing
Mucles
What are made of bones?
Mucles
How bones grow and develop
a band or bundle of fibrous tissue in a human or animal body that has the ability to contract, producing movement in or maintaining the position of parts of the body.
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Ashlyn Nall
Skeletal & Muscular
Introduction
Immovable joints.
The Skeletal and Muscular system works
together to help your body move
smothly. For instance, when you run
your bones and muscles work together.
These are some of the immovable joints
the ribs, elbow, skull, hip, and vertebrea.
Skeletal and Muscular Systems
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Bones start out very simple
as a "model". Then the Primary ossification center starts to develop with the blood vessels. Then the secondary ossification center starts to form at the top and the bottom. When the medluiary cavity starts to form the whole bone is at its final stage. Finally mostly every bone should have an: articular cartilage, Spongy bone, Epiphhyseal plate, Periosteum, and a Compact bone.

Joints
Hinge joint
Ball & socket joint
Pivot joint
Gliding joint
Saddle joint
Provides shape and support
These are most of what really keeps us together
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