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Huera katherinne 5th Science Cell Tissue Organ System You must remember that there are different types of cells depending on their rol e. The set of identical cells that perform the same function form a tissue. Tiss ues in turn form organs, each of which performs a specific function, such as the heart, stomach, etc. Each organ is part of a system or device, such as the hear t of the stomach circulatory system and digestive system. And all the systems fo rm an organism, in our market, the human body. AGENCY Many more Respiratory system Digestive System Nervous system Our body an organized Circulatory System Skeletal system muscular system Reproductive System Urinary System In all daily activities, our systems are working together and integrated breathi ng, eating, read what is in this ppt. To make any kind of movement involved mainly two systems: c) locomotor system d) All movement Nervous system made by the locomotor system are determined and coo rdinated by the nervous system. The motor system is responsible for generating body motion. This system consists of: c) Skeletal System d) Muscular System e) The Joint working together. Muscles The musculature is the set of all muscles of the body. - Every move we make is made through the muscles. - The muscles are soft and ela stic. - The muscles under the skin and above the bones. - Depending on the type of move they make, the muscles are divided into two groups: - Thick volunteers: move when we want (for example, the muscles of the legs). - Thick Involuntary mo ve without us being able to control this movement (for example, the heart). Masseter muscles Trapezius Deltoid Pectoralis major Rectus abdominis Biceps Dors al Deltoid Trapezius Gluteus Twin Twin Quadriceps Flexor muscles, are the ones who get to bend a limb. Extensor muscles, are the s that contract to extend or stretch it. Agonist: antagonist contracting muscle: muscle relaxing. Agonist: antagonist triceps: biceps agonist: antagonist Biceps: Triceps

Bones The skeleton is the set of all bones. Allows you to: -Maintain and shape the body. - Protecting the most sensitive parts of the body (heart, brain, etc.).. Form-levers, which together with the joints and muscles a llow movement of the body. - Bones, which are hard and rigid. - Cartilage, which are soft and flexible. It consists of: The union of two bones is called a joint. - Some joints allow no movement (eg the skull). - Other joints do allow the movement (eg elbow, knee, hip ... Frontal Temporal Maxilla Humerus Sternum Ribs Radio Vertebrae Ulna Phalanges of hand Pelvis Femur Tibia Fibula Foot Phalanges Bone structure: Medullary cavity Muscle Ligament Joints are the areas where two or more bones meet. Tendons are structures that a ttach muscles to bones. And so to achieve movement. Cartilage Tendon A ligament is a band-shaped structure, consisting of tough fibers that connect t he tissues that connect the bones in joints.