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Muscles of Skeletal


The three types of muscles in the body. Striated, smooth, and cardiac muscle.
Striated muscles are made up of two different muscles that move the bones. Voluntary and skeletal muscles.
Smooth muscles are made up of two different muscles that move the internal organs. Involuntary and visceral muscles.
What muscles control the autonomic nervous system. Smooth muscle.
Fibrous tissue that envelops and separates muscles. Fascia
What muscle closes the eyelids and wrinkles the forehead. Orbicularis oculi.
The muscle that turns the head. Sternocleidomastoid.
The muscle that adducts,flexes, and rotates the shoulder inward. Pectoralis major.
The muscles that raises the eyelids and draws the scalp backward. Occipitofrontalis.
The muscle that closes the jaw. Temporalis.
The muscle that closes the jaw for chewing. Masseter
The muscle that elevates the shoulder. Trapezius.
The muscle responsible that abducts the shoulder. Deltoid.
The muscle that extends,abducts,and rotates thigh externally. Gluteus maximus.
The muscle that rotates the leg externally and flexes the knee. Biceps femoris.
The muscle that bends the knee and lifts heel off the ground. Gastrocnemius.
The muscle at the end of a leg. Achilles tendon.
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