Human Body

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Human Body
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Human body muscles, bones, and vocabulary for Science 7
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  1. (Skeletal) Forehead
    Cranium
  2. (Skeletal) Upper Jaw
    Maxilla
  3. (Skeletal) Lower Jaw
    Mandible
  4. (Skeletal) Spine
    Vertebra
  5. (Skeletal) Collar Bone
    Clavicle
  6. (Skeletal) Shoulder Blade
    Scapula
  7. (Skeletal) Breast Bone
    Sternum
  8. (Skeletal) Upper Arm Bone
    Humerus
  9. (Skeletal) Ribs
    Ribs
  10. (Skeletal) Area that protects lower abdomen
    Pelvis
  11. (Skeletal) Tailbone
    Coccyx
  12. (Skeletal) Lower Inner Arm Bone
    Ulna
  13. (Skeletal) Lower Outside Arm Bone
    Radius
  14. (Skeletal) Lower Finger Area
    Metecarpals
  15. (Skeletal) Finger Bones
    Phalanges
  16. (Skeletal) Upper Leg Bone
    Femur
  17. (Skeletal) Knee Bone
    Patella
  18. (Skeletal) Shin Bone
    Tibia
  19. Lower Leg Bones
    Fibula
  20. (Skeletal) Ankle Area
    Tarsals
  21. (Skeletal) Inner Toe Bones
    Metatarsals
  22. (Muscle) Shoulder
    Deltoid
  23. (Muscle) Back of Arm
    Triceps
  24. (Muscle) chest
    Pectoral
  25. (Muscle) Top of arm
    Biceps
  26. (Muscle) Side Area
    Oblique
  27. (Muscle) ForeArm
    Flexors / Extensors
  28. (Muscle) Inner Thigh
    Adductors
  29. (Muscle) Thigh
    Quadriceps
  30. (Muscle) Back of Thigh
    Hamstrings
  31. (Muscle) Calf
    Gastrocnemius
  32. (Part of Bone) Periosteum
    A Tough, Tight-Fitting membrane that covers the bone's surface
  33. (Part of Bone) Compact Bone
    Hard strong layer under the periosteum that gives the bone its strength
  34. (Part of Bone) Spongy Bone
    Layer of bone under the compact bone to make bones lightweight
  35. (Part of Bone) Cartilage
    Rubbery layer of tissue at the ends of bones where they form joints
  36. (Joints) Inmoveable Joints
    Allows little or no movement (Joints of bones in skull)
  37. (Joints) Pivot Joint
    One rotates around a stationary bone (Turning head around Spine)
  38. (Joints) Ball and Socket Joint
    Rounded end of one bone fits into cuplike cavity of another bone (Shoulder and Hip)
  39. (Joints) Hinge Joint
    Provides back and forth movement (Knees and elbows)
  40. (Joints) Gliding Joint
    One bone slides over another bone (ankles and wrists)
  41. Ligament
    Tough band of connective tissue that holds bones together
  42. Osteoarthritis
    Cartilage breaks down because of years of use
  43. Osteoporosis
    Bones became weak and can break easily
  44. Scoliolis
    abnormal curve of the spine
  45. Involuntary Muscle
    Contracts and relaxes on its own
  46. Voluntary Muscle
    Contracts and relaxes when you do
  47. Skeletal Muscle
    Muscles that are attached to and move bones
  48. Cardiac Muscle
    Muscles located in the heart
  49. Smooth Muscles
    Muscles found in internal organs
  50. Tendon
    Flexible tissue attaching muscle to bones

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