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					Muscular Skeletal system

 By: Rudolph S., Jun Qi, Justin
        Jacky, Benny
             Introduction
The major parts of the muscular skeletal system
  are
• Cardiac Muscle
• Skeletal muscle
• Smooth muscle
    Major parts and Functions
• The major parts of the muscular skeletal system
  are the Cardiac muscle which is the system of
  the muscular system that makes up the wall of
  the heart, the Skeletal muscle which is a system
  of the muscular system that helps the body
  move and another major part is the smooth
  muscle which is a part of the muscular system
  that helps digestion of the stomach and
  intestine.
   Major Parts and Functions(continued)

• The major parts have different jobs in
  order to move. The Cardiac muscle is one
  of the muscles that doesn’t have anything
  to do with movement. Smooth muscle only
  helps with the digestion for the stomach
  and intestine.
           Diseases and Disorders
• Muscular dystrophies affect you’re your movement,
  posture, and breathing. The muscular skeletal system
  often has these diseases.
• Duchenne muscular dystrophy is the most common and
  most rapidly progressive of the childhood muscle
  diseases.
• Another common muscular dystrophy is a myotonic. It
  has to do with the nutrition.
  How the system is important and
        the body’s survival?
• These systems are important, because it
  protects your body from getting infected. The
  systems also helps support your body weight.
  The skeletal system gives 40% of your body’s
  weight.
• Muscle tissues spread throughout your body and
  are involved in the body’s temperature, without it
  you will freeze to death or die of heat.
               Conclusion
• In conclusion this is the muscular skeletal
  system. With the diseases and disorders,
  major parts, and the functions of the
  systems. Which includes the major parts
  such as cardiac muscle, skeletal muscle,
  and the voluntary muscle.
                Resources
The websites that we used are
• http://www.factmonster.com/
  ipka/A0774536.html
• http://www.biology4kids/files/systemsmusular.ht
  ml
• http://library.thinkquest.org/5777/tour.htm
• http://library.thinkquest.org/5777/mus3.htm
              The End!!!!
• Created by Justin and Jun Qi of 709.

				
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