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Muscular system

  1. 1. Muscular System<br />
  2. 2. By...Ella, Emily and Jamie<br />
  3. 3. Definition<br />Muscles are flexible organs consisting of a special bundle of tissue which moves particular bones or parts of the body.<br />Your bones form your body’s framework, but they cannot move by themselves.<br />About 620 muscles allow you to make body movements.<br />Lots of your muscles allow your internalorganssuch as the heart and stomach to work.<br />
  4. 4. Features<br /><ul><li>Deltoid (shoulder) – Raises arm
  5. 5. Pectoralis (chest) – Raises and rotates arm
  6. 6. Adductor (thigh) – Rotates and swings thigh sideways
  7. 7. Sternocleidomastoid (neck) – Tilts head
  8. 8. Biceps (forearm) – Raises forearm
  9. 9. Triceps (forearm) – Lowers forearm
  10. 10. Gluteus maximus (bum) – Moves your thigh back and forth
  11. 11. Orbicularis oculi (eye) – Narrows eye
  12. 12. Orbicularis oris (lips) – Pouts lips
  13. 13. Trapezius(neck) – Rotates head
  14. 14. External oblique (spine) – Bends spine
  15. 15. Lattissimus dorsi (arm) – Back swing
  16. 16. Sartorius (leg) – Twist leg
  17. 17. Hamstring (thigh) – Bends thigh
  18. 18. Quadriceps (leg) – Extends lower leg
  19. 19. Tribialis anterior (foot) – Raises foot </li></li></ul><li>Connections<br /><ul><li>The muscular system connects with:
  20. 20. Digestive system
  21. 21. Respiratory system
  22. 22. Circulatory system
  23. 23. Urinary system
  24. 24. Endocrine system
  25. 25. Nervous system
  26. 26. Skeletal system </li></li></ul><li>Problems<br /> Muscles cramp if they do not get enough oxygen.<br />If you getcrampsyour muscles go into spasm.<br />Sometimes when they don’t work it’s dangerous.<br />Problems with your muscles can cause serious injury or death.<br />We really need to keep in shape so we can be healthy and safe. <br />
  27. 27. Taking Care<br />Exercise<br />Eat nutritious meals<br />Having good self esteem and avoiding stress allows your muscles to relax.<br />Exercise clears your body of toxins.<br />Walking, jogging, swimming, cycling and climbing all help.<br />
  28. 28. Glossary<br />Interacts – have an effect upon one or another. <br />Enable – to make something possible. <br />Contract – any sort of movement.<br />Sensors– something that detects something.<br />Golgi sensor- a type of sensor.<br />Cramp-a painful movement by the muscle. <br />Fibres-a thread like structure.<br />Spasm-a sudden movement by a muscle.<br />Infected- a part of the body that’s diseased. <br />Consisting-to do something continuously.<br />Substance-the main or essential part of something.<br />Framework-a frame of something to protect.<br />Internal-something inside of something.<br />Pouts-to push your lips out.<br />Toxins-a poisonous substance, especially one formed in the body by germs. <br />Organs-your heart, lungs, kidneys and liver.<br />
  29. 29. Bibliography<br />Google<br />Google images<br />Wikipedia<br />www.featuresofthebody.com<br />www.whataretheconnectionstothemuscularsystem.com<br />www.answers.com/Q/Ways <br />www.howtotakecareofthemusclesystem#ixzz1HGovmaPz<br />

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