• exci 206 notes
    together the muscular skeletal system. They work with the bones one tendon attaches to a bone then end of that tendon , stretches to muscle belly … because the muscle crosses a jo9int when that muscle contracts or relaxes it can have an effect of the position of that joint. Muscles to know for...
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  • major bones and the muscles attached to them
    Major bones of the body and the muscles that attach to each 1. Clavicle: it is the insertion of the upper trapezius muscle which is responsible for scapula elevation and extension of the head and neck. 2. Humerus: long bone to which the brachialis muscle is attached at its distal half of the...
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  • Appendiular Skeleton
    , Each long bone shares common features with other long bones. For example, one epiphysis is usually called the head, the diaphysis is called the shaft, and the head and shaft are normally separated by a neck. 8–1 The pectoral girdle attaches to the upper limbs and consists of the clavicles and scapulae...
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  • Tissue Structure and Fuctions
    List the four tissue types found in the human body. Describe an example of each type with their function and location. The four main tissues in the human body are connective, epithelium, muscle and nervous tissue. Connective tissue is an abundant nonliving extracellular matrix, located throughout...
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  • Muscles Anatomy
    canal is more prominent in males than females and males have inguinal hernias more often -Linea semilunaris the curved lives on the outside of the abdominals -Beneath each pair of abs are arcuate lines Muscles Which Move the Arm: Biceps Brachii: There are 2 heads; First one attaches to...
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  • Exercise Science Review: Muscles and Joints
    attachment: the epimysium extends past the muscle as a tendon and then attaches to the periosteum of the bone * Direct attachment: the epimysium adheres to and fuses with the periosteum Antagonistic Pair * Agonist muscle is primarily responsible for movement of a body part * Antagonist...
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  • Skeletal System and the Muscular System
    skeletal muscles work with your bones to give your body power and strength. In most cases, a skeletal muscle is attached to one end of a bone. It stretches all the way across a joint (the place where two bones meet) and then attaches again to another bone. Skeletal muscles are held to the bones with...
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  • PhysioAnatomy
    Protects the organs surrounded by the bone ♦Movement Contraction of the skeletal muscles move the bone, producing body movements Tendons attach skeletal muscles to bones Joints allow movement between bones Smooth cartilage allow bones to move freely Ligaments allow some movement between bones...
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  • Dance
    muscle. The tendons are attached so well that when you contract one of your muscles, the tendon and bone move along with it. Tendons are very strong, they are built from long strands of protein and they are not very stretchy. 4. How many muscles are in the body? There are more than 639 muscles in...
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  • Introduction to the Human Body
    , ankle, foot Groin – area on anterior surface of body marked by a crease on each side where trunk attaches to thighs DIRECTIONAL TERMS These are terms used to describe the position of one body part relative to another. Several are groups in pairs that have opposite meaning. Superior – toward the...
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  • Chapter 4- Tissues & Living Fabric
    organs (lymph nodes, bone marrow, and spleen) | | Connective Tissue Proper: Dense Connective Tissue: Dense Regular | Primarily parallel collagen fibers; a few elastic fibers; major cell type is the fibroblast | Attaches muscles to bones or to muscles; attaches bones to bones; withstands great...
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  • Muscles of the Trunk
    muscles that connect the occipital bone, atlas and axis posteriorly. They lie inferior to the anterior part of the occipital bone, where three of the muscles form the boundaries of the suboccipital triangle: rectus capitis posterior major lies above and medially; obliquus capitis superior lies above...
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  • The Body in Motion
    connective tissue that attaches muscle to bone • Ligaments – Connective tissue that connects bone to bone. Restrains excessive movement of the bones. Types of synovial joints |Joint |Description |Movement |Examples...
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  • Osseous Tissue
    framework; Maintains body’s shape b) Protection- of critical internal organs, brain, heart and lungs c) Lever System- for muscles to produce body movements d) Mineral storage- e.g. Calcium and Phosphorous e) Blood Cell formation- in bone marrow of many bones, mainly flat ones 2...
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  • Ytom
    known as ____________. 108)All of the muscles of the body or in one part of the body are referred to as the ____________. 109)The ____________ is the beginning of a muscle where it is attached to a stationary or nearly stationary bone of the skeleton. 110)A muscle is attached to a bone at...
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  • Classification of Tissues
    strength to protect the body. 14. Using the key, choose the best response to identify the connective tissues described below. c a c f i b h d h i a 1. attaches bones to bones and muscles to bones 2. acts as a storage depot for fat 3. the dermis of the skin 4. makes up the intervertebral discs 5. forms...
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  • Jhbjbjhbk
    Rectus abdominis External abdominal oblique Bicipital groove: attachments of muscles near it "The lady between two majors": Teres major attaches to medial lip of groove. Pectoralis major to lateral lip of groove. Latissimus (Lady) is on floor of groove, between the 2 majors. Carpal bones "Some Lovers...
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  • connective tissues
    contains numerous microfilaments composed of actin and myosin, which are contractile proteins. There are three major types of muscle tissue: Cardiac Muscle Cardiac muscle is so named because it is found in the heart. Cells are joined to one another by intercalated discs which allow the...
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  • Skeletal System: Bones and Joints
    region can be even stronger than the adjacent bone. Bone and Calcium Homeostasis The bones are the major storage area for calcium in the body. Movement in Ca in and out of the bone helps to determine blood Ca levels.(Critical for normal muscles and nervous system functions) Ca moves into the...
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  • Thesis
    frontal. Body Cavities Body cavities are spaces within the body that help protect, separate, and support internal organs. Bones, muscles, ligaments, and other structures separate the various body cavities from one another. Here we discuss several of the larger body cavities. The cranial bones...
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