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This is an interactive powerpoint presentation that helps students explore different types of muscles and the different muscle tissues found in the body.

This is an interactive powerpoint presentation that helps students explore different types of muscles and the different muscle tissues found in the body.

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  • By: Danielle Pokora ED 205 - 02
  • The Muscular System Main Slide Muscles are classified as either: Click here to learn more facts Voluntary about your muscles! Or Involuntary *click the picture *Click on either type to explore more!* to watch a clip from Bill Nye the Science guy about There are three different types bones and of muscle tissue: muscles* 1. Skeletal Muscle 2. Cardiac Muscle 3. Smooth Muscle Resource Page *Click on each type of muscle to explore more!* Author Page Quit
  • Some Muscles are Voluntary Voluntary muscles: Muscles that move and work when we want them to Examples: Arm muscles Leg muscles Neck muscles Quit
  • Some Muscles are Involuntary Involuntary muscles: Muscles that keep working whether we think about them or not Examples: Stomach Lungs Muscles in the heart The Nervous system along with other chemicals in the body controls our involuntary muscles Quit
  •  Attached to bones by strong fibers called tendons  Muscles work in pairs to move the bones: Example: biceps (relaxes and stretches) and triceps (contract and pull up the elbow)  Muscle is long, round, and cross striped What kind of muscle is this? Voluntary or Involuntary *click on the answer you think is correct!* Quit
  •  Can be found only in the HEART  Muscle contracts and relaxes about 70 times a minute without stopping or getting tired  Muscle is strained both crossways and longways What kind of muscle is this? Voluntary or Involuntary *click on the answer you think is correct!* Quit
  •  Found in many different organs throughout the body Examples: esophagus, stomach, and intestines  Muscle is slender and smooth without cross stripes. What kind of muscle is this? Voluntary or Involuntary *click on the answer you think is correct!* Quit
  • Fun Facts The main purpose of the Muscular System is for all the muscles to work together to create movement! Muscles make up almost 50% of our body weight There are more than 600 muscles in the human body Quit
  • My name is Danielle Pokora and I am a student at Grand Valley State University. I am in my second year at GVSU and I am studying special education at the elementary level. I am from Comstock Park, Michigan which is near Grand Rapids You can contact me by clicking the picture below and sending me an email! Quit
  • Pictures From: http://www.hrsrh.on.ca/Portal/images/113/heart-lung1.jpeg http://www.uoguelph.ca/zoology/devobio/miller/013641fig6-19.gif http://www.rogers.k12.ar.us/users/ehutches/muctissues7.jpg http://images.inmagine.com/168nwm/liquidlibrary/lib004/lib004055.jpg Video From: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x6NQ12uNRLA Information From: ScienceSaurus: A Student Handbook Written by: Great Source Quit
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