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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
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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
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glycosomes

glycogen

myoglobin

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actin

myosin

troponin

tropomyosin

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graph - 3 parts

single

fast vs. slow

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threshold stimulus

maximal stimulus

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power

precision

recruitment

muscle tone

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organic

compounds

glycolysis, ATP, lactic acid,

aerobic respiration, anaerobic respiration

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agonist

prime mover

antagonist

synergist

fixator

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mechanical advantage

mechanical disadvantage

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furrow brow

  • wink, squint
  • kiss
  • smile
  • frown
  • play a horn
  • flare nostrils
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antagonists for chewing

  • synergist for closing jaw
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What is the purpose of the digastric?

What is the purpose of the mylohyoid?

What does the sternocleidomastoid do?

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

What happens if only one side at a time contracts?

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How are these muscles all named?

How do you work all these muscles doing sit ups?

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Muscles that abduct arms at the shoulder?

Muscles that adduct arms at the shoulder?

Muscle that shrugs the shoulders?

Muscle that extends the neck?

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Knee flexors?

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?

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Muscles of plantar flexion?

Muscles of dorsi flexion?

What is the purpose of these bands?