Skeletal, Muscular, and Integumentary Systems Vocabulary
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A muscle that you cannot control.
A muscle that you can control.
The tissue that connects bones to other bones.
A group of tissues in a living organism that has a specific form and function.
The system that contains the largest organ in the human body, which is skin. This system is the body's first line of defense against illness and injury.
The system that protects the internal organs, gives shape and support to the body, and it produces red and white blood cells to prevent infection.
The system that helps the body move, as well as moving other things throughout the body involuntarily.
Voluntary muscles that work with the bones to provide movement such as jumping.
Involuntary muscles that aid in the contraction of the heart to pump blood.
Involuntary muscles that help move food through your body and move blood through your veins.
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