Biology Ch. 45 Review
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Type of tissue that covers inner and outer surfaces of internal organs.
Type of tissue that connects skin to muscle.
Type of tissue that is able to contract; has bundles of fibers; helps moves bones.
Type of tissue that controls muscles/glands and mental activity.
Cell, tissue, organ, system, body
How is the body organized from cell to body?
Provides an energy reserve
How is yellow bone marrow used in the body?
Bone to bone
What do ligaments attach?
Skeletal, smooth, cardiac
What are the three types of muscle?
Where would you find smooth muscle?
Loss of ATP
What causes rigor mortis?
Hard protein that forms hair.
Pigment that helps determine skin color.
Inability of a muscle to contract due to lack of ATP.
The hard, outer layer of a bone.
The membrane surrounding the bone; hard and strong.
Less dense than compact bone, but still strong.
Where blood vessels are carried; contains veins and arteries.
When bones lose minerals and cause people to become shorter; occurs in spongy bone.
Red Bone Marrow
Makes blood cells.
Bones that have a central cavity storing yellow bone marrow; spongy bone located at ends storing red marrow.
Bone cells; repair and re-shape bones.
The outermost covering of skin.
The adipose layer of skin (fat).
Protrudes for skin surface.
Inner layer of skin; considered the true layer.
A tube that holds the hair root.
Smooth muscle causing goose bumps.
Cells containing skin pigment.
A disorder involving the absence of melanin.
Part of hair implanted in skin.
Glands that produce a thick oily substance.
Lubricates the skin, keeping it soft.
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