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Sports Med.

For the first test

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myo muscle
sarco flesh
fleibility range of movement of a joint that's permitted by the surrounding tissues
transverse plane divides the body into inferior and superior posrtions
saggittal plane separates the body into right and left
coronal plane separates the body into front and back
distal away from the body
proximal towards the body
abduction moving away
adduction moving toward
flexion bend
extension straighten
inversion turning inward
eversion turning outward
internal rotation towards the body
external rotation away from the body
pronation palms down
supination palms up
prone on your belly
supine on your back
dorsiflexion going up
plantar flexion going down
triad junction composed of t-tubule, terminal cristernae, and gaps
myofibril cylindrical structures that carry out contraction
sarcomere unis of myofibrils
sarcolemma specialized plasma membrane
mitochondria energy generation
sarcoplasmic reticulum specialized endoplasmic reticulum of skeletal muscle cell
tubules extension of sarcolemma
thin filaments composed of mostly actin
thick filaments composed of myosin
z-line the bands that mark the sarcomere's borders
m-line the bonds that mark the middle of the sarcomere
Created by: bobwow