Muscle and Skeletal System

Introduction

Muscular and Skeletal System

 

Welcome Anatomy lovers! This WebQuest is made up of activities to help benefit you and your knowledge on the muscular and skeletal system. You can use these activities for studying purposes, or just for fun!

 

Our body is an amazing thing, knowing and understanding it is something that everyone should learn. Although many people don't know what is going on in there. Enjoy this WebQuest, and hopefully it helps you understand the material better!

 

 

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Task

WHAT TO DO?


Here is the activities that you will be completing:

1. 10 questions on Muscle and Skeletal Anatomy. (You can copy and paste the questions and open them on whichever word document you use.)

2. Label the photos of the muscle and skeletal picture on the link i provided on the next tab

3. Complete the online quiz provded on the next tab

4. Complete the crossword provided on the next tab

Process

*Questions:


1. How are muscles attached to bones?

2. Define muscle contraction (action?)

3. Define a myotome?

4. Muscle with fibers running obliquely on both sides from a central tendon are known as?

5. How many bones is an adults body made up of?

6. List 3 functions of the musculoskeletal?

7. Name the three types of muscle?

8. Muscle with fibers running obliquely on bath sides from a central tendon are known as what?

9. Explain a motor unit

10. What are afferent nerves?

 

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