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grade 10 review

rivers

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Across
1.Nutrient that helps build and repair muscles
6.Ability to change direction while maintaining rapid motion
7.Body temperature drops below normal from alcohol poisoning
8.Type of involuntary muscle that lines your organs
12.Red meat is considered this type of fat
14.Any meat that can fly or swim
15.Heart Muscle
17.Alcohols relationship to the lungs
19.Drowning in your own vomit
20.Tissue that connects muscle to bone
22.Bad cholesterol
23.Tissue that connets bone to bone
Down
2.Substance that provides nourishment for essential growth
3.Unit of heat energy found in food
4.Mineral that helps with muscle cramping & prevention of heart disease
5.Ability to use your heart and blood vessels over a long period of time
9.Ability to contract your muscles several times without fatigue
10.Max force that you can exert when you contract your muscle
11.Near fatal dose of alcohol
13.This nutrient can either be quick energy or stored
16.Range of motion in your joints
18.Type of muscles that move our bones
21.Good cholesterol

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