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ICS SB - Muscles

ICS SB - Muscles of the Human Body

Muscle Location & FunctionMuscle
found in front of arm - bends the arm bicep
found in leg - straightens your leg quadricepts
found in chest - used to breathe & move shoulders pectoralis major
found in shoulder - moves shoulder deltoid
found in back of arm - bends the arm triceps
found in hand - moves the hand flexor
number of muscles in the face to display emotion 40
3 types of muscles skeletal, smooth, & cardiac
this type of muscle is connected to bones & moves the body skeletal
this type of muscle forms the wall of organs, including the stomach & intestine smooth
this type of muscle keeps the heart beating cardiac
muscles are classified into 2 groups voluntary (can control) & involuntary (work on own)
muscles are attached to bones using... tendons
found in the stomach - used for sitting, standing, etc rectus abdominis
Created by: sbgreent