Cardiovascular - Transports oxygen, hormones, and nutrients to the body cells. Moves wastes and carbon dioxide away from cells., Digestive - Digests foods and absorbs nutrients, minerals, vitamins, and water., Muscular - Involved in movement and heat production, Nervous - Collects, transfers, and processes information, Skeletal - Supports and protects soft tissues of body; produces blood cells; stores minerals., Respiratory - Brings air to sites where gas exchange can occur between the blood and cells (around body) or blood and air (lungs)., Parts of the Cardiovascular System - Heart; blood vessels; blood, Parts of the Digestive System - Esophagus; stomach; small intestine; large intestine, liver, Parts of the Muscular System - Cardiac (heart) muscle; skeletal muscle; smooth muscle; tendons, Parts of the Nervous System - Brain, spinal cord; nerves, Parts of the Respiratory System - Trachea, larynx, pharynx, lungs, Parts of the Skeletal System - Bones, cartilage; ligaments, 3 Types of Muscles - skeletal (voluntary), smooth, and cardiac (involuntary), Caridac Muscle - heart muscle (involuntary), Smooth Muscles - (involuntary) are found inside of our organs (bladder, stomach, intestines to name a few), Skeletal Muscles - (voluntary) attached to the skeleton to help move it, , muscles - there are over 600 hundred in your body and work in pairs, tendons - attach muscle to bone, How many bones in the human skeleton? - babies over 300, adults 206, cartiledge - firm  connective tissue found at the end of bones, joints - the place where 2 bones meet, ligaments - connect bones at joints, a fiberous tissue, hinge joints - allow movement in one direction (knee, elbow), ball and socket joints - allow for 360 degrees rotation (hip and shoulder), fixed joints - joints that do not move like in the skull, pivot joints - allow a rotating motion like in the neck, arteries - carry blood away from the heart, veins - carry blood to the heart, capillarites - tiny blood vessals ,

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