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body system for movement, posture, heat production 2 other functions. study of muscles 2 root words for muscle 4 characteristics and meanings. Why do muscles need nerves and a good blood supply?. What are the 3 layers of CT around muscle?. fascicle. origin insertion action innervation.

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  • study of muscles

  • 2 root words for muscle

  • 4 characteristics and meanings




  • origin

  • insertion

  • action

  • innervation


Direct fleshy attachment indirect attachments give 2 reasons why indirect are more common
direct (fleshy) attachmentindirect attachments - Give 2 reasons why indirect are more common.



Myofiber or muscle fiber
myofiber or muscle fiber

  • sarcolemma

  • sarcoplasm

  • myofibril

  • sarcoplasmic reticulum

  • sarcomere


glycosomes

glycogen

myoglobin

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7.

6.

5.

4.

3.

2.

8.


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3.

2.

4.

10.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.


actin

myosin

troponin

tropomyosin


1.

3.

5.

4.

2.

6.

9.

8.

7.


1.

2.

3.

4.


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3.

2.

4.


graph - 3 parts

single

fast vs. slow


threshold stimulus

maximal stimulus


power

precision

recruitment

muscle tone


organic

compounds

glycolysis, ATP, lactic acid,

aerobic respiration, anaerobic respiration


agonist

prime mover

antagonist

synergist

fixator


mechanical advantage

mechanical disadvantage


  • furrow brow

  • wink, squint

  • kiss

  • smile

  • frown

  • play a horn

  • flare nostrils



What is the purpose of the digastric?

What is the purpose of the mylohyoid?

What does the sternocleidomastoid do?



What do these muscles do when they act equally on both sides?

What happens if only one side at a time contracts?


What is the name of these muscles? sides?

What do they do?


How are these muscles all named? sides?

How do you work all these muscles doing sit ups?


Muscles that abduct arms at the shoulder? sides?

Muscles that adduct arms at the shoulder?

Muscle that shrugs the shoulders?

Muscle that extends the neck?


Knee flexors? sides?

Knee extensors?

Which muscle lets you sit cross legged?

Muscles that cause abduction of leg at hip?

Muscles that cause adduction of leg at hip?


Muscles of plantar flexion? sides?

Muscles of dorsi flexion?

What is the purpose of these bands?


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