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11754-2015

Health - Muscular System Nov. 22 Freddy

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Muscles Muscles make up half your bodies weight. There are 700 that give blood its shape.
What are the 3 kinds of muscles? (S) Smooth Muscle=line organs that are hollow such as the stomach.
What are the 3 kinds of muscle? (C) Cardiac Muscle=very thick and make up the heart walls
What are the 3 kinds of Muscle? (Sk) Striated or skeletal muscles that connect bones. They contain fibers.
What are the two muscle types? (V and InV) Voluntary and Involuntary.
What are voluntary muscles? Muscles we control. Fingers, arms legs, smile.
What are involuntary muscles? Muscles we do not control but happen automatically. Heart, Breathing, blinking eyes.
What does expanded mean? become larger or longer.
What does contract mean? become smaller or shorter
What is a bicep? It is in the front of your upper arm and an example of a "flexor" muscle that lets you flex or extend your arm forward.
What is a tricep? It is in the back of the upper arm and an example of a "extensor" muscle that lets you pull your arm back.
What is a tendon? Thick bands of connective tissue that attach muscle on one end and bone on the other end.
Half of your body weight is made up of______? Muscles
Hollow organs are lined with _______ (smooth, cardiac, striated) muscles? Smooth muscles.
Heart walls are lined with _____ muscle? Cardiac
Striated muscles _____ bones and posses many _____ (like string) which are covered with thin _______(layer of thin tissue). Connect, fibers and sheath
What daily nutrient is important for muscle growth? Protein
Muscles can ___ and ____ when they move. contract and expand
What is an example of a extensor muscle? The tricep on the back of your upper arm. You can pull your arm back and forth.
What is an example of a flexor muscle? The bicep on the front of your upper arm. You can extend your arm.
What are tendons? Thick bands of connective tissue that fasten to a muscle on one side and bone on the other side of the muscle.
Smooth Muscles, line organs. Are they considered: involuntary(your body controls) or voluntary(you control) muscles? Involuntary. Breathing, blinking, heart beats are involuntary.
Cardiac Muscles, Heart Muscles. Are they considered: involuntary(your body controls) or voluntary(you control) muscles? Involuntary. Breathing, blinking, heart beats are involuntary
Skeletal muscles or striated muscles. Are they considered: involuntary(your body controls) or voluntary(you control). Voluntary. Throwing a ball, walking, running.
Created by: WTR11754