The human skeleton provides several functions including support, protection, movement and making blood cells. Antagonistic muscles work against each other in pairs.
Where are blood cells made?
Which part of the skeleton protects the lungs?
The rib cage
What mineral makes bone strong?
What are the two bones in the lower arm called?
Radius and ulna
Tibia and fibula
Femur and humerus
What is the purpose of white blood cells?
To carry oxygen
To protect against infection
To speed up digestion
Which of these is a hinge joint?
What is the smooth substance at the end of a bone called?
What sort of joint is the hip joint?
Ball and socket joint
How are muscles attached to bones?
Which two muscles are in your upper arm?
Biceps and triceps
Biceps and hamstrings
Hamstrings and quadriceps