Lesson 12: How Do Animals Move - Learning Objectives 1 Compare and contrast hydrostatic skeleton exoskeleton and endoskeleton 2 Describe the structure

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Learning Objectives: 1. Compare and contrast hydrostatic skeleton, exoskeleton, and endoskeleton. 2. Describe the structure and function of cartilage and bone. 3. Describe how growth occurs in epiphyses. 4. Explain how bone remodeling occurs. 5. Summarize how muscles produce movement at joints. 6. Describe the structure of human skeletal muscle. 7. Describe the sliding filament mechanism of muscle contraction. 8. Differentiate between slow-twitch and fast-twitch muscle fibers. A bands Actin antagonist muscle ATP Ball and socket joints Bone bone deposit bone remodeling bone resorption calcite Calcium Canaliculi cardiac muscle cartilage cheatae Chitin chondroblasts chondrocytes circular muscle collagen combination joint Compact bone complete tetanus Cross bridge endochondral development Endoskeleton Epiphysis Exoskeleton Fast twitch muscle fibroblasts Gliding joints H band Haversian lamellae Haversian system Hinge joints Hydrostatic skeleton Hydroxyapatite I bands intercalated disks intramembranous development Joint lacunae longitudinal muscles Marrow cavity matrix medulary bone Medullary cavity mesenchyme motor unit Muscle Muscle cell muscle fibers Myofibrils Myofilaments myoglobin Myosin neuromuscular junction Osteoblast Osteoclast Osteocyte osteoporosis rigor mortis sarcomere sarcoplasmic reticulum skeletal muscle Sliding filament mechanism (SFM) Slow twitch muscle Smooth muscle Spongy bone summation tendons transverse tubules (T tubule) Tropomyosin Troponin twitch Z line
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