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The skeletal system is made up of ___ tissue.
connective
The ___ is your body's largest organ.
skin
A newborn baby's skeletal system is made up primarily of cartilage which eventually transforms into ___ over the years.
bones
___ is one of the main minerals found in bone.
Calcium
___ joints are found in your knee and elbow.
Hinge
Skeletal muscles are also refered to as ___ muscles.
volentary
___ muscle is a type of involentary muscle.
Smooth
___ is a flexible material found in the nose and ears.
Cartalidge
A ___ joint is a place where bone meets bone.
joint
Your ___ protects your brain from injury.
skull
T of F:
Spongy bone consists of a soft material.
False
T of F:
Ligaments attach bone to bone
True
T of F:
All living things are made up of cells.
True
T of F:
All systems of the body are part of one big system called the circulatory system.
False
T of F:
The knee is an example of a ball and socket joint.
False
T of F:
There are only a few bones in the human body.
False
T of F:
The skeletal system forms the frame work of your body.
True
T of F:
The heart is an example of an involentary muscle.
True
T of F:
Cartilage is a flexible material found in the nose and ears.
True
T of F:
Tendons are tissues that attach muscles to bone.
True