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Systems of the Body

Systems of the Body

Systems of the Body The Muscular System Functions of the Muscular System Movement Stability Control of body openings and passages Communication Heat production Three types of muscle Smooth: involuntary control blood vessels, bladder Cardiac: involuntary control the heart

By ostinmannual
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MUSCULAR SYSTEM

MUSCULAR SYSTEM

MUSCULAR SYSTEM. FUNCTION. THE MAIN FUNCTION OF THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM IS TO MOVE THE BODY. FUNCTION. OTHER FUNCTIONS: Posture or muscle tone Heat production. DID YOU KNOW…. THAT THERE ARE OVER 600 MUSCLES IN THE BODY!!!. MUSCLES ARE ATTACHED TO BONES BY TENDONS

By ryanadan
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The Muscular System

The Muscular System

The Muscular System. What are muscles and what do they do?. An organ that can relax, contract, and move your body parts. Muscles. Contract. Relax. Relax. How are muscles controlled?. Voluntary muscles – muscles that you are able to control arm, leg, face

By Leo
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MUSCULAR SYSTEM: Histology and Physiology

MUSCULAR SYSTEM: Histology and Physiology

MUSCULAR SYSTEM: Histology and Physiology. Introduction. Types and Features of Muscle Tissue smooth muscle : cardiac muscle : muscle :. skeletal. General Characteristics of Muscle contractility excitability. extensibility. elasticity. General Functions of Muscle. 1.

By Angelica
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How Animals Move

How Animals Move

How Animals Move. Chapter 32. Skeleton. A medium or structural element against which contractile cells can act Three types Hydrostatic Exoskeleton Endoskeleton. exoskeleton. Endoskeleton. All vertebrates have endoskeletons Fins or limbs attach to skeleton at pectoral and pelvic girdles.

By LionelDale
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Tetanus

Tetanus

Tetanus. Anele Mandela. Temperament of tetanus and organs involved. Cold and dry Organs involved are the muscles and it affects the central nervous system. Definition.

By bernad
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Joe I. Vigil, Ph.D.

Joe I. Vigil, Ph.D.

ALTITUDE TRAINING AND ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE. Joe I. Vigil, Ph.D. SUBJECTS Physiological Responses and Limitations of Altitude Training Potential Physiological Benefits of Altitude Training Current Practices and Trends in Altitude Training Recommendations and Guidelines.

By albert
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Soft Tissue Tumors

Soft Tissue Tumors

Soft Tissue Tumors. Lucy H. Liu, M.D. Department of Pathology University of Illinois at Chicago e-mail: lucyliu@uic.edu. Soft Tissue Tumors. UIC College of Medicine M2 Pathology Course, Lecture # 63 Tuesday, January 28, 2003 11:30 am. Soft Tissue Tumors. Lecture Goals:

By albert
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The Muscular System

The Muscular System

The Muscular System. Unit 3 Objectives: Be able to explain the differences between the 3 types of muscles in the human body Be able to describe common muscle actions and how muscle contractions are initiated

By Jimmy
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Chapter 10 Muscular Tissue

Chapter 10 Muscular Tissue

Chapter 10 Muscular Tissue. Lecture slides prepared by Curtis DeFriez, Weber State University. Functions of Muscular Tissue. Like nervous tissue, muscles are excitable or "irritable” they have the ability to respond to a stimulus Unlike nerves, however, muscles are also:

By omer
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Energy Balance and Weight Control

Energy Balance and Weight Control

Energy Balance and Weight Control. Reed A Berger MD Visiting Clinical Professor Nutrition. Energy Balance. -Body weight is determined by the balance between body requirements and energy intake -total energy expenditure (TEE) depends on: 1) BMR, REE, RMR 2) DIT

By johana
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The Muscular System

The Muscular System

The Muscular System. The Sliding Filament Theory. Figure 6.8. Contraction of a Skeletal Muscle. Muscle fiber contraction is “all or none” Within a skeletal muscle, not all fibers may be stimulated during the same interval

By Leo
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The Muscular System

The Muscular System

The Muscular System. The Muscular System. Muscles are responsible for all types of body movement Three basic muscle types are found in the body Skeletal muscle Cardiac muscle Smooth muscle. Characteristics of Muscles.

By issac
(131 views)

Chapter 10

Chapter 10

Chapter 10. Muscle Tissue Lecture Outline. INTRODUCTION. Motion results from alternating contraction (shortening) and relaxation of muscles; the skeletal system provides leverage and a supportive framework for this movement. The scientific study of muscles is known as myology.

By betty
(469 views)

Overview of Body Systems

Overview of Body Systems

Overview of Body Systems. Biology for Majors. Organs and Organ Systems. An organ is made up of tissues that work together to perform a specific function for the body as a whole

By shadow
(412 views)

Cardiac Markers

Cardiac Markers

Cardiac Markers. Resident Rotation in Clinical Chemistry 2005-2006. Diagnosis of AMI. Based on 2 out of 3 of WHO criteria (Circulation 90:583-612, 1979 ) Prolonged chest pain "Silent infarct”, Painless infarct ECG changes Lacks sensitivity  Serum enzyme concentrations

By appollo
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BIO 240 HISTOLOGY REVIEW Muscle Tissue

BIO 240 HISTOLOGY REVIEW Muscle Tissue

BIO 240 HISTOLOGY REVIEW Muscle Tissue. Dr. Tim Ballard Department of Biology and Marine Biology. Skeletal muscle. Skeletal muscle – longitudinal section – H&E – 10x objective. individual muscle fibers. nucleus.

By erasmus
(630 views)

Lesson 1 - Types of Muscles - Characteristics

Lesson 1 - Types of Muscles - Characteristics

Lesson 1 - Types of Muscles - Characteristics. The Muscular System. The Muscular System. Muscles are responsible for all types of body movement Three basic muscle types are found in the body Skeletal muscle Cardiac muscle Smooth muscle. Characteristics of Muscles.

By gali
(958 views)

Electrophysiology of Muscle Skeletal & Cardiac excitation & contraction

Electrophysiology of Muscle Skeletal & Cardiac excitation & contraction

Electrophysiology of Muscle Skeletal & Cardiac excitation & contraction. Mike Clark, M.D. NOTE.

By vila
(1084 views)

Muscular System

Muscular System

Muscular System. Anatomy & Physiology. Muscles. From the Latin mus meaning little mouse (Flexing muscles looked like mice scurrying under the skin) Have ability to transform ATP into mechanical energy Muscles can only pull, never push , which allows them to exert a force.

By zorina
(236 views)

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