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What are the names of the 3 bones in a human arm?
1. radius
2. ulna
3. humerus
A tissue is..........?
A tissue is a group of similar cells that have a similar function.
Cartilage is..........?
Cartilage is glistening white tissue at the end of bones.
What do ligaments do?
Ligaments attach bone to bone.
Muscles do not attach dirctly to bones; instead they are attached by.......?
a) ligaments
b) tendon
c) cartilage
What are the four main parts of a bone?
Outer covering, compact bone, spongy bone, and marrow.
How many bones are there in the body?
206 bones
A skeleton is a ....................?
A skeleton is the structural support of a body system.
The largest muscle in the body is the......?
gluteus maximus or butt
For example: Whenyour tricep muscles relax what is your bicep doing?
contracting
What are the names of the 3 bones in a human arm?
1. radius
2. ulna
3. humerus
A tissue is..........?
A tissue is a group of similar cells that have a similar function.
Cartilage is..........?
Cartilage is glistening white tissue at the end of bones.
What do ligaments do?
Ligaments attach bone to bone.
Muscles do not attach dirctly to bones; instead they are attached by.......?
a) ligaments
b) tendon
c) cartilage
What are the four main parts of a bone?
Outer covering, compact bone, spongy bone, and marrow.
How many bones are there in the body?
206 bones
A skeleton is a ....................?
A skeleton is the structural support of a body system.
The largest muscle in the body is the......?
gluteus maximus or butt
For example: Whenyour tricep muscles relax what is your bicep doing?
contracting