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Q: A joint capsule consists of two layers made up of ligaments and cells that produce ___________ . a. synovial fluid c. spongy bone b. Haversian canals d. new bone cells
A: A joint capsule consists of two layers made up of ligaments and cells that produce synovial fluid.
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Name six of the body’s systems and describe their functions
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Body system and functions: Respiratory, intake of oxygen and removal of carbon dioxide from body; Nervous, control of body activities and the reaction to stimuli; Digestive, break down of food and absorption for use as energy; Excretory, controls water and salt balance; Endocrine, production of hormones and body regulation; Skeletal and muscular, protection and movement.
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