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Skeletal System


What is the skeletal system?

All the bones in the body

All the muscles and tendons

All the body's organs, both soft and hard tissue

All the bones in the body and the tissues that connect them

How many bones are there in the average person's body?

33

206

639

It varies by the individual.


Which of the following statement is INCORRECT?

Bone is where most blood cells are made.

Bone serves as a storehouse for various minerals.

Bone is a dry and non-living supporting structure.

Bone protects and supports the body and its organs.

Which bone protects the brain?

Calcium

The cranium

The cerebrum

The cerebellum


Besides the brain, the skull also protects ...

the lungs

the diaphragm

the body's cells

the sense organs


The purpose of the rib cage is to...

protect the stomach

protect the spinal cord

protect the heart and lungs

provide an object to which the lungs can attach


What makes bones so strong?

Silica

Cartilage

Blood and marrow

Calcium and phosphorous


What is the difference between cartilage and bone?

Bone is rubbery, and cartilage is firm.

Cartilage is rubbery, and bone is firm.

Bone is a more primitive tissue than cartilage.

Bone is inside the body, and cartilage is outside.


The hollow space in the middle of bones is filled with ...

air

blood

bone cells

bone marrow


What is the difference between compact bone and spongy bone?

They have different bone marrow.

They are made of different materials.

They have different sizes of bone cells.

They have different arrangement of bone cells.


What is a joint?

A hinge

A ball and socket

The place where two bones are joined

The place where tendons are fastened together

Types of Joints

Muscles are made of ...

silica

polyester threads

calcium and phosphorous

groups of cells called fibres


How do muscles attached to the bones move the body?

automatically

pull movement only

push movement only

push and pull movement


What is the function of a tendon?

To link bones to bones

To link muscles to bones

To link muscles to ligaments

To bind the cells in compact bone closer together

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