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Muscle system

VTA125 Muscle system

what are muscles muscles are organs that contract to produce movement
muscles are responsible for _______,______ walking, control of organs and tissues, pumping of blood, generation of heat
what is fascia a sheet of fibrous connective tissue that covers, supports and separates muscle
what are tendons fibrous connective tissue that connects muscle to bone
what are the three different types of muscle skeletal, cardiac, smooth
what does the diaphragm separate the thoracic and abdominal cavities
what does the skeletal systems consist of bones, joints, cartilage and various connective tissues
what is ossification the formation of bone
what are four of bone classifications flat, short, irregular and sesamoid
what do ligaments connect bone to bone
what do tendons connect muscle to bone
what are the 5 divisions of the axial skeleton of a dog cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral and coccygeal
how many cervical vertebrae in the dog 7
how many thoracic vertebrae in the dog 13
how many lumbar vertebrae in the dog 7
how many sacral vertebrae in the dog 3
how many coccygeal vertebrae in the dog 20-23
where is the manubrium at the top of the rib cage
where is the xiphoid process at the bottom of the rib cage
which is the larger of the tibia and fibula tibia
Created by: fitnessgal