Muscular system

By Celeste, Brenden, Bryce.

Main Function.

helps moves the bones so we can move.

Main Parts

5 parts of the Muscular system is, Trapezius, Biceps, groin muscles, abdominals, and ham string.

what each part does.

The trapezius is a large superficial muscle that extends longitudinally from the occipital bone to the lower thoracic vertebrae. The bicep like any skeletal muscle are there for motion. they allow the bones to move without these muscles we would not be able to move.The groin (the adjective is inguinal, as in inguinal canal) areas are the two creases at the junction of the torso with the legs (thighs),[1] on either side of the pubic area.The Abdominal causes flexing of the spine and allows you to rotate your body either ways. The hamstring is a muscular complex that is composed of four smaller muscles: biceps femoris (long head), biceps femoris (short head), semimembranosus and the semitendinosus.

How does this system affect other body systems?

The skeleton is a frame. The muscles are attached to the frame by tendons. We flex out muscles and it moves our frame. Each part of the body that moves is controlled by the muscle above it.

How do other body systems affect this system?

The Circulatory system helps it move and so does the bones.

Some problems (disease/illness) of this system?

Leukemia, a type of blood cancer.

Effects of environmental factors on this system

The road,rocks,glass (broken),bricks,and pencils/pens.

Three fun facts about about the system!!!

Your muscles can only pull your bones. Muscles make your body move. And your muscles contract a lot!

Resources used

Text book