Three Functions Of The Muscular System. The muscular system is an organ system consisting of skeletal, smooth and cardiac muscles. Muscles are essential to allow us to maintain posture and body position.
For the muscular system you will need to know: The anatomy of skeletal muscle, cardiac muscle, and smooth muscle. Muscles are predominantly powered by the oxidation. The sole function of muscle tissue is to contract or shorten.
Muscles allow a person to move, speak Other seemingly unrelated functions, including temperature regulation and vision, also rely on the muscular system.
The three main functions of the cardiovascular system are transport, protection and regulation.
This section explores the different types of muscles in our body and their involvement in sporting activities. Muscles are predominantly powered by the oxidation. The muscles enable the arms, legs and other parts of the body to move while keeping the body in an upright or sitting position without falling over. ← Senses — Human Physiology — Blood physiology →.