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  • Muscular System

    ``DIFINITION The muscular system is an organ system consisting of skeletal‚ smooth and cardiac muscles. It permits movement of the body‚ maintains posture‚ and circulates blood throughout the body Muscles provide strength‚ balance‚ movement and heat for the body to keep warm There are three distinct types of muscles: skeletal muscles‚ cardiac or heart muscles‚ and smooth (non-striated) muscles Skeletal muscle is a form of striated muscle tissue existing throughout the human body‚ and which

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    BTEC Level 3 Certificate in Sport Unit 1- Principles of Anatomy & Physiology in Sport Assignment 1 of 3 Muscular system Muscles Skeletal‚ cardiac and smooth are the three main types of muscle in the body. Skeletal muscle is a voluntary muscle‚ this means that it is under control by the somatic nervous system. When viewed under a microscope the appearance of this muscle is striped/ striated. “The primary function of the skeletal muscle is to produce fine movements to keep you alive. Skeletal

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    The Muscular System Teacher pages The muscular system allows us to move. Adults have a certain fixed number of muscle cells‚ approximately 602. . Through exercise‚ such as weight lifting‚ the cells enlarge but the number of cells does not increase. Structure and Function There are three types of muscle tissue—smooth‚ skeletal‚ and cardiac. Each has its own distinctive function‚ and therefore‚ its own distinctive structure‚ but all muscles allow movement of some kind. Skeletal Muscle

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    Muscle System Human Biology The human body is covered by muscles‚ made up of more than 650 of them. The purpose of the muscular system is for the body to move‚ maintain posture‚ and produce heat. There are three different types of muscles tissues; cardiac‚ smooth‚ and skeletal. There are also two types of muscles are in the body; voluntary and involuntary. The ones which we can move are the voluntary muscles; the ones which move on their own‚ like the heart‚ are involuntary muscles. When muscles

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  • Muscular System

    Muscular system is the system of Human Body that provides motor power for all movements of body parts. Muscular system is composed of special tissue called muscular tissue. Muscles have the ability to contract actvely to provide the force for movements of body parts. Muscular system is an important system of human body because without it‚ life will completely stop. Muscles produce not only those movements that are under the control of our will and that we can see and feel‚ but also those movements

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    Physical Education Chapter 1: The musculoskeletal system 1.3 The muscular system: functions‚ types and major muscle groups Functions Body movement (voluntary control) Adequate posture Essential bodily functions (involuntary control) Types Smooth- digestive system‚ walks of vital organs and involuntary Cardiac- muscle of the heart‚ involuntary Skeletal (striated)- voluntary movements‚ development and maintenance of good posture Involuntary – no conscious control

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  • The Muscular System

    THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM DocPoks Pangan M.D Natural Science • The bones‚ muscles and joints together form an integrated system called the Musculoskeletal System • Myology is the scientific study of muscles • Muscular system is an organ system consisting of skeletal‚ smooth and cardiac muscles • Orthopedics is the branch of medical science concerned with the prevention or correction of the disorders of the musculoskeletal system ANTERIOR VIEW POSTERIOR VIEW FUNCTIONS OF THE MUSCLES • • • • Movement

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  • Diseases of the Muscular System

    Diseases of the Muscular System There are over 650 muscles in the human muscular system. Each muscle has a specific role to perform. These muscles help us talk‚ walk‚ sit‚ run‚ eat‚ move about‚ hold things‚ and most important the continuous pumping of the heart muscles keeps us alive. Muscular system diseases cause many problems in the human body‚ that affects the mobility and functioning of various parts of the body. The list is very long as there are number of disorders that affect the human body

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  • Skeletal and Muscular Systems

    All of our body’s systems work together. One body system often times cannot work without the help of another system. The best example of systems working together is the skeletal system and the muscular system. Muscles are attached to bones; the muscles make the bones move. Without bones there is nothing to hold together the structure of muscles. Without both of these systems working together our body would be impossible to move on its own. The skeletal system is the system in our body that provides

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  • Muscular System Essay

    The Muscular System The body contains 650 muscles that allow the body to move in different ways and also helps with blood flow. There are three types of muscles including: visceral‚ skeletal‚ and cardiac. Visceral muscles are the ones found in organs. This is one of the weakest of the muscle types and is also involuntary. The only voluntary muscles‚ skeletal‚ usually attach near joints. These muscles are considered voluntary because they are physical actions that can be controlled. The last muscle

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