Basic unit of living things and all living things are made of these
Organisms made of only one cell
Organisms made of many cells
A group of similar cells that work together to perform a particular function
Tissue that covers all the inner and outer surfaces of your body
Tissue that functions as a messaging system
Tissue that aids in movement
Tissue that holds body parts together, provides support, protection, strength, padding, and insulation
Made of two or more types of tissue that work together to carry out a fuction in the body
A group of organs that together perform a function that helps the body meet its needs for energy and materials
The ability of your body to maintain internal conditions such as temperature, posture, and sugar in your blood
Covers the outside of bone and is hard and tough
The inside of bone which is strong but has spaces inside so it is lightweight
Found at the end of long bones and produces red blood cells
Found in the middle of long bones and stores fat
Central part of the human skeleton
Attaches to the axial skeleton and allows movement
Made of cartilage, where bones grow. Cartilage is replaced by hard bone.
A place where two parts of the skeleton meet
The joints found in your skull, and are not able to move
Slightly movable joints
Joints that are able to flex slightly. These are found in your ribs.
Freely movable joints
Joints that allow your body to bend and move
Works with the skeletal system to allow movement
The muscles attached to your skeleton that allow voluntary movement
The muscles that move slowly and do not tire easily
The muscles that move quickly and tire easily
Found inside organs and perform automatic movement
Involuntary muscle found in your heart, and never tires
Attach bone to bone
Strong tissue that attaches muscle to bone
Cells, tissue, organs, organ systems, organism
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Ball and socket joints
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