Ligament connects what to what bone to bone 158

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157. Ligament connects what to what? bone to bone158. Tendon connects what to what? bone to muscle159. What are the bone forming cells? Osteocytes160. What are the 4 steps of bone ossification? hematomaformation, callus formation, ossification, and bone remodeling161. The gallbladder is part of which system? digestive system162. Vastus lateralis does what? extends knee and stabilizes163. Muscle contraction that moves food through the digestivetract is called what? peristalsis164. Where are schwann cells? nervous system165. How does the nervous system work with the muscular?tells muscles how to respond to environment166. Somatic nervous system has what type of movements?voluntary167. Autonomic nervous system has what type of movement?involuntary movements (sympathetic and parasympatheticnervous systems)168. Which organ system is responsible for regulating musclegrowth? endocrine
169. How does lymph work with circulatory lymph? drawsexcess fluid from the cells and deposits it into blood vessels170. What is the function of parathyroid? manufacture theparathyroid hormone, which plays a role in regulating yourbody's levels of the minerals calcium and phosphorus171. What is a normal heart rate? 60-100 bpm. Athletes can becloser to 40 bpm172. How is pepsin used in the body? breakdown proteins173. Esophagus is part of which system? Digestive174. Which system produces antibodies lymphatic175. Blood that has supplied nutrients and oxygen to heartmuscle returns to? right atrium via coronary sinus176. Diploid has how many chromosomes? 46177. Haploid has how many chromosomes? 23178. What are the functions of the skeletal system? 1. protection2. movement 3. mineral storage 4. production of blood179. Efferent away from CNS180. Afferent toward CNS181. A mature female reproductive cell, especially of a human orother animal, that can divide to give rise to an embryo usuallyonly after fertilization by a male cell. Ovum182. A mature haploid male or female germ cell that is able tounite with another of the opposite sex in sexual reproduction toform a zygote. Gamete183. What carries blood away from the body in order toexchange nutrients, oxygen, and waste? Capillaries184. What is the exchange of gases between the atmosphere andthe blood through the alveoli called? External respiration185. Most of the carbon dioxide in blood does what? It isconverted to bicarbonate ions by carbonic anhydrase within redblood cells.186. What are the two functions of the male and female sexorgans? Production of gametes and production of hormones187. Which tissue serves as the framework of the body byproviding support and structure for organs? connective188. What are the glands of the skin that produce a thin andwatery secretion?eccrine glands189. All actions of the nervous system depend on thetransmission of nerve impulses over which of the following?

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