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Life Science Chapter 22

Teacher: Julie Nordin - Earth Science
Across
Frame made up of bones, cartilage, and connective tissue.
The tissue that makes up the surface of your skin.
Structure that allows you to move your arm in all directions.
The thick layer of skin that lies beneath the outer layer of skin.
A group of similar cells working together.
Down
Group of organs that break down food into nutrients that the body can absorb.
An effective activity for building the strength of skeletal muscles.
Structure in the skin that helps to cool the body and remove waste.
Two or more tissues that work together to perform a function.
An injury in which a muscle or tendon is stretched too far or torn.