layer of protien, protien filaments that shorten making the muscle contract (not myosin)
protien filaments that shorten making the muscle contract (not actin)
tissue joining the muscle to the bone
muscle necessary to move your bones
stripes in muscles, caused by actin & myosin
heart, makes continuous contractions for pumping of the heart
involuntary, in the blood vessels, no control over them, (stomach and intestines)
lets the knee move in many ways, because knee is a hinge joint
ligaments on sides
cross, interior ligament, most vulnerable
ends of bones "heads"
strong, dense bone, gives bone strength, under the periosteum
strong, but gives the bone lightness, also for strength
creates blood cells
outer membrane of bone
layers in bone, circular patterned layers, layed down in bone to make it hard
anchor, does not move
muscle attachment into bone that moves
bones, simple machines, bones that actually move
muscles on either side of the bone, one contracts & one relaxes
injury to a ligament
injury to a muscle
antagonist muscle in forearm
antagonist muscle in arm
tissue that holds bone together
fracture where the muscle pulls away from the periosteum
fracture that does not go through the bone
fracture that goes through the bone
fracture that spirals in the bone
bone comes through the skin
the femur bone and the humerous
fingers and phalynx
breast bone, and sternum
wrist, ankel, vertebra
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