• Skeletal System and the Muscular System
    Skeletal system is the system of bones, associated cartilages and joints of human body. Together these structures form the human skeleton. Skeleton can be defined as the hard framework of human body around which the entire body is built. Almost all the hard parts of human body are components of human skeletal...
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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 anterior...
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  • exci 206 notes
    Exercise Science Skeleton: muscles and everything eels attaches- mamabone – jaw bone ** we are born with soft bones, how many do we have? About 300 soft bones. they turn into 206 adult solid bones- If we can have a strong core – and deep abdominal muscle called “tranferus abdomenus”- wraps around...
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  • Tissue Structure and Fuctions
    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 the human body; such as the head...
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  • The Body in Motion
    The Body in Motion Anatomy & Physiology How do anatomical structures influence the way the body moves? Levels of structural organization in the human body The Body Systems 11 majors: • Skeletal, Muscular, Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Nervous, Digestive, Endocrine, Lymphatic/immune, Urinary...
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  • Appendiular Skeleton
    appendicular skeleton includes the bones of the limbs and the supporting elements, or girdles, that connect them to the trunk The appendicular skeleton is dominated by the long bones that support the limbs, Each long bone shares common features with other long bones. For example, one epiphysis is usually called...
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  • Muscles of the Trunk
    Muscles of the Trunk 1. Thoracolumbar fascia * The thoracolumbar (lumbodorsal) fascia covers the deep muscles of the back and the trunk. * Above, it passes anterior to serratus posterior superior and is continuous with the superficial lamina of the deep cervical fascia on the back of the...
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  • Muscles Anatomy
    Muscles Aponeurosis- covers muscle, made of dense connective tissue Ligaments and tendons also made of dense connective tissue All of these are deep fascia Shoulder girdle muscles: Teres minor, subscapularis, supraspinatus, and ifnraspinatus Muscles Found in Head: Masseter: Opening of jaw, sits...
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  • Muscles of neck
    similar to tendons and fasciae as they are all are made of collagen except that ligaments connect one bone to another bone to form a joint, tendons connect muscle to bone and fasciae connect muscles to other muscles. Some ligaments limit the mobility of articulations, or prevent certain movements altogether...
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  • Bones Study Guide
    1. List and describe the major functions of the skeletal system.  Elaborate. Support: the framework that supports the body and cradles the organs. Protection: surrounds the brain, spinal cord, and vital organs. Movement: bones are levers for muscles. Minerals: bones store calcium and phosphate. ...
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  • PhysioAnatomy
    SKELETAL SYSTEM: BONES AND JOINTS Functions of the Skeletal System ♦Skeletal System Without it, there would be no rigid framework to support the soft tissues of the body and no system of joints and levers to allow the body to move Consists of bones, connective tissues that includes cartilage, tendons...
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  • Exercise Science Review: Muscles and Joints
    SYSTEM Three Types of Muscle * Muscle tissue is a collection of cells that shorten during contraction which create tension that results in movement * Tendons are touch bands of connective tissue that join muscle with bones Skeletal muscles * Muscles that are attached to bone (by tendons and...
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  • Dance
    How much muscles make up the bodies weight? On average, your body is 40% muscle. 2. What are muscles made up of? Muscles are all made of the same material, a type of elastic (sort of like the material in a rubber band). Thousands, even tens of thousands of small fibers make up each muscle. Muscles...
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  • Pdhpe Study- the Body in Motion
    The body in motion How do musculoskeletal and cardiorespiratory systems influence and respond to movement? Skeletal system Terminology: Anterior: Toward or on the front of the body: in front of The pectorals are on the anterior aspect of the body Posterior: Towards or on the back of the...
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  • Body In Motion
    PDHPE The Body in Motion How do the musculoskeletal and cardiorespiratory systems of the body influence and respond to movement? BODY SYSTEMS Skeletal System The skeletal system consists of bone tissue, bone marrow, cartilage and the periosteum Functions if the skeleton and bone tissue include: ...
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  • Chapter 33 Lecture Outline
    Outline Complex animals exhibit levels of organization. 1. A tissue is an aggregation of cells and intercellular substances that function in one or more specialized activities (division of labor). 2. Various types of tissues can combine to form organs, such as the heart. 3. Organs may...
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  • Thesis
    things, from nonliving things. Following are the six most important life processes of the human body: 1. Metabolism (me-TAB-o¯-lizm) is the sum of all the chemical processes that occur in the body. One phase of metabolism is catabolism (ka-TAB-o¯ -lizm; catabol-  throwing down; -ism a condition)...
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  • Introduction to the Human Body
    Chapter 1 An Introduction to the Human Body Anatomy – science of body structures and relationships among structures Physiology – science of body functions SIX LEVELS OF BODY ORGANIZATION (Given in order smallest to largest) Chemical level a. atoms – smallest unit of matter that participates...
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  • The Skeleton
    Have you ever wondered how many bones are in the human body, or why do bones break or why there so many? Questions like that only take some time to research and a little determination. The size and location: There are normally 300+ bones in the human body when born. As time goes on and we grow...
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  • Jhbjbjhbk
    VIII-Acoustic (vestibulocochlear), o IX -Glossophrayngeal, o X -Vagus, o XI -Spinal accessory, o XII -Hypoglossal Innervation of Extraocularmotor Muscles: • LR6 (SO4) 3 o LR6--Lateral rectus o SO4--Superior Oblique o 3--The remaining 4 eyeball movers • VI abductens IV Trochlear III Some Say Marry...
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