·What are the two types of skeleton?

Axial skeleton: protects organs (skull, vertebrates, ribs)

Appendicular skeleton: allows movement (shoulders, armsm, legs)

·Type of joints

1.Joints can be classified by structure and function

2.The classification regarding texture is fibrous, cartilaginous and synovial

3.The classification regarding movement is movable, slightly movable and immovable

·Disorder of the skeletal system                  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incomplete break of the bone

Spiral: causey excessive twisting

Comminuted: bone is crushed into pieces

Transverse: fracture in straight line

Compound: expose of the bone through skin

·Type of muscles

Smoot:  muscle contracts slowly. It if found in blood vessels and intestine. The control is involuntary

Skeletal: muscle contracts rapidly. It is found in the trunk, limbs, head and neck. Thecontrolis voluntary

Cardiac: musclecontracts rapidly. It is found in the heart. The control is involuntary

·Muscular system

1.Tendinitis inflammation of tendon that connect muscles to bones.

2.Rapidly hereditary disease in which the muscle becomes weaker over time.

3.Involuntary cause by overstretching the muscle.

·What is found in blood?

It is a fluid that carries gases, nutrients, and wastes through the body.

·Functions of the skeletal system

Function                                             description

Protection              It provide protection to organs such as brain.

Storage                   It stores important minerals such as calcium

Blood cells production          Red marrow is in charge of producing red & white cells

Support                           Without bones and muscles we couldn’t move.

Movement                  It makes it possible for us to sit and stand.

·Label parts of the skeletal system

Bones they have blood vessels and nerves

Ligaments they hold bones together

Cartilage they allow movement without rubbing of bones

Minerals they make bones strong and hard. Calcium is the most plentiful

Connective tissue they made o collagen and withstand hits or bumps

Marrow there are two types found in the center of bones

·Venn diagram

Cardiovascular: blood flows in a close continuous loop throughout the body via the arteries, capillaries, and veins

Both: carry fluids through the body

Lymphatic: lymph is responsible for collect and removing waste products left behind in the tissues.

·What is the job of the lymph capillaries

They absorb fluids around the body


Bone marrow is where blood cells are produced.

Thymus is where bone marrow finishes developing.

Lymph nodes are small organs that remove pathogens and dead cells

Tonsils defend the body against infections

Spleen stores white blood cells and allow them to mature

·Circulatory system definition

Heart: it contracts to pump blood to the body

Blood: they carry chemical messages and remove waste

Arteries: the carry oxygen-rich blood away

Veins: they carry oxygen-poor blood back to the heart

Capillaries: they deliver oxygen-rich blood and take oxygen-poor blood away

Which four type of cells is blood made of?

The type of cell are plasma, platelets, white blood cells and red blood cells