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Muscles, Bones, Nerves
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System that allows body movement, protects internal organs and gives the body shape.
Nerves that carry messages from the brain to the muscles.
Two types of muscle tissue.
The study of bones.
Muscle located above and in front of the ear that opens and closes the jaw.
Two bones that join to form the bridge of the nose.
Part of the brain responsible for mental activity.
Muscle of the heart.
Muscle that circles the mouth. Responsible for contracting and puckering.
Largest bone of the facial skeleton and consists of the lower jaw.
How many groups the bones of the the skull are divided into.
Muscle located at the corner of the mouth and draws the mouth up and out.
Part of the brain that controls and coordinates muscle movements.
Eight small bones that are held together by ligaments that form the wrist.
Study of the structure, function and diseases of the muscles.
Bone is composed of 1/3 organic matter and 2/3 ________ matter.
Triangle shaped muscle that covers the shoulder and lifts and turns the arm.
Two bones of the upper jaw.
Three things the chest is made up of.
Ribs, sternum, thoracic vertebrae
Spongy bone found between the eyes that forms part of the nasal cavity.
Two bones located on either side of the head and above the ears.
Composed of long nerve fibers and originates in the base of the brain and extends to the base of the spine.
Muscle located at the nape and draws the scalp back.
Nerve branch that extends from the muscles of the chin to the lower lip.
Number of muscles in the body.
Controls all three subsystems of the nervous system.
Fourteen bones that form the fingers.
Muscle of primary interest to a cosmetologist during a scalp massage.
Muscle located between the eyebrows that draws them in and downward.
What the human brain weighs.
44 to 48 ounces
Non-moving portion of the muscle attached to bones or other fixed muscles.
Large, flat bone that extends from the middle of the back to the clavicle.
The seven bones that form the top of the spinal column.
Mixed nerve that is responsible for transmitting facial sensations.
An adult has 8 to 10 pints of this in their body.
Long and short thread fibers that differentiate nerve cells from other cells.
Massage, moist heat and electric current have what affect on muscles?
Where cells activities take place.
The arteries that supply blood to the head, face and neck.
Part of a cell that is known as the control center.
System that controls the body's breathing.
Phase of metabolism that breaks down larger molecules into smaller ones.
What the white blood cells fight.
What is released by the salivary glands to break down food.
The system which breaks down food to be absorbed or become waste product.
The upper chambers of the heart include the left and right _________?
The colorless liquid that is produced when plasma passes nourishment to capillaries and cells.
Amount of times the nervous system is divided into.
The study of the nervous system.
The organ that expands and contracts automatically to force air into and out of the lungs.
The process that the body stores water, food and oxygen for when they are needed.
The chemical process in which cells receive nutrients.
The type of tissue that supports, protects and holds the body together.
These veins can develop after long periods of standing.
The type of anatomy that studies structures too small to be seen.
Two sub-systems of this system are lymph-vascular and the cardiovascular.
The study of the functions of the organs and the systems of the body.
This system involves the heart, arteries, veins and capillaries.
Basic units of living matter.
The system that controls hair growth, skin conditions, and energy levels as well as the health, reproduction and growth of the body.
The brain, nerves and spinal cord are the primary components of this system. This system sends and receives messages.
The largest organ of the body.
The lower chambers of the heart include the left and right _______?
The heart beats 60-80 times per?
These are made of groups of cells of the same kind.
A group of body structures or organs that together perform vital functions for the body.
The study of organs and systems of the body.
The organ that converts and neutralizes ammonia in the body.
Three basic parts that make up a cell.
Nucleus, cytoplasm, cell membrane
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