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Chapter 35-1 & 36 Review. Tissues Skeleton Muscles Integumentary. List the levels of organization in a multicellular organism. Cells, tissues, organs, organ systems. Four types of tissues found in the human body?. Epithelial, muscle, connective, nervous tissue.

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chapter 35 1 36 review

Chapter 35-1 & 36 Review

Tissues

Skeleton

Muscles

Integumentary

four types of tissues found in the human body
Four types of tissues found in the human body?

Epithelial, muscle, connective, nervous tissue

types of connective tissue
Types of connective tissue

bone, blood, cartilage, ligaments

fat, tendons

major cell types of nervous tissue
Major cell types of Nervous Tissue

Neuron, Brain, spinal chord

three types of muscle tissue
Three types of muscle tissue

Smooth, Cardiac

Skeletal

functions of skeletal system
Functions of Skeletal system

Support, protection, movement, storage of minerals; blood cell production

two divisions of the human skeleton
Two divisions of the Human Skeleton

Axial skeleton, Appendicular

axial skeleton
Axial Skeleton

Cranium, rib cage, sternum vertebral column

appendicular skeleton
Appendicular Skeleton

Arms/legs, Shoulders, Pelvis

two minerals in bone
Two minerals in bone

Calcium and phosphorus

bone cells
Bone cells

osteocytes

protein fibers in cartilage
Protein fibers in Cartilage

Collagen and elastin

cartilage
Cartilage

Extremely flexible; dense and fibrous, no

Minerals

list three classifications of joints
List three classifications of joints

Immovable, slightly movable, freely movable

striated voluntary muscle made of long cells containing many nuclei
Striated, voluntary muscle made of long cells containing many nuclei

Skeletal (striated) muscle

non striated involuntary muscle made of spindle shaped cells containing one nucleus per cell
Non-striated, involuntary muscle made of spindle-shaped cells containing one nucleus per cell

Smooth muscle

red marrow
Red marrow

Makes red blood cells

a muscle relaxes
A muscle relaxes

When thin actin fiber slides over the thick myosin filaments

tough membrane of connective tissue on outside of bone that contains blood vessels and nerves
Tough membrane of connective tissue on outside of bone that contains blood vessels and nerves

periosteum

type of joint found between femur and pelvis that allows for circular movement of leg
Type of joint found between femur and pelvis that allows for circular movement of leg

Ball and socket

myofibril
Myofibril

Mucscle fiber

(thick myosin & thin actin)

non living matrix of bone
Non living matrix of Bone

Minerals (Calcium and phosphorus); collagen protein

the inner layer of skin containing blood vessels nerve cells muscle fibers hair follicles and gland
The inner layer of skin containing blood vessels, nerve cells, muscle fibers, hair follicles, and gland

dermis

below the inner dermis layer of skin is a layer of fat which makes up the hypodermis or
Below the inner dermis layer of skin is a layer of fat which makes up the hypodermis or

Subcutaeous layer