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Cards (15)

Section 1

(15 cards)

tendons

Front

connective tissue that begins within the muscle and continues into the bone or other muscle tissue physically connects the two allowing for movement

Back

nervous system

Front

connected network control thoughts movements and simpler life processes

Back

CNS

Front

includes the brain and spinal cord

Back

smooth muscle

Front

under involuntary control hormones or the nervous system stimulate the smooth muscle found in the bladder it helps to push out baby during child birth and empties the bladder contractions are slower than skeletal muscle

Back

A person sees a ball and kicks it, in part because of actions of the nervous system. Using the parts of the nervous system listed, describe the path of nerve impulses that cause the person to (1) see the ball and (2) kick the ball.

Front

The signal will start from the eyes. The message is carried by sensory neurons to the spinal cord. There, the "impulse" will transfer to motor neurons which will carry it to the brain.

Back

endocrine system

Front

collection of physically disconnected organs that helps control growth growth development and responses to your environment (shivering) hormones

Back

sensory neurons

Front

detect stimuli and transmit signals to the brain and spinal cord which are both made up of interneurons

Back

vertebrae

Front

bones that surround spinal cord bones protect brain ribs and breastbone protect the heart and lungs

Back

brain

Front

to receive messages from the sensory organs and to send the message out to your muscles

Back

neurotransmitters

Front

chemical signals of the nervous system

Back

skeletal muscle

Front

attaches to the skeleton by tendons under voluntary control but some are under involuntary skeletal muscle in found in your arm

Back

joints

Front

bone to bone

Back

ligament

Front

long connective tissue that connects two bones across a joint

Back

spinal cord

Front

transmits messages between the brain and the rest of the body

Back

motor neurons

Front

pass messages from the nervous system to other tissues in the body such as muscles

Back