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Explain the basic process of movement for the musculoskeletal system.
The musculoskeletal system consists of tendons, ligaments bones and muscles that produce heat,
support and protect internal body organs and allow movement. Tendons stretch substantively
enabling them to mimic springs saving energy during locomotion. Joints can be movable or
immovable. They allow bones to move alongside each other. Muscles work by shortening or
contracting creating movement and pulling bones along with them. Ligament movement is
restricted to limit dislocations and breaks. Working as pairs, muscles contract and shorten as they
pull against the bones. Muscles pull in a specific direction while other muscles relax creating an
elaborate system of movement.
Explain the basic process of the central and peripheral nervous systems.
The central nervous system is comprised of the spinal cord and the brain and processes
information to establish suitable responses. The peripheral nervous system is mainly concerned
with nerves outside of the brain and spinal cord. The nervous system acquires information
through the senses and processes the information to create an appropriate reaction of the
muscles. The nervous system also controls the metabolic process. The somatic or voluntary
nervous system controls normal muscle movement such as the lifting of arms while the
involuntary nervous system regulates activities such as breathing, those we lack conscience
influence over.
Works Cited
Brodal, Per. The Central Nervous System: Structure and Function. New York: Oxford
UP, 2010. Print.
Timms, Jason. Musculoskeletal. N.p., 2013. Print.

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