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BIOL250L (Unit 2)

BIOL250 Lab (Unit 2)

Where is the masseter found? Attached to the lateral surface of the mandible and zygomatic arch
Where is the temporalis found? On the lateral sides of the skull, underneath the temporal bone
Where is the orbicularis oculu found? On the face, surrounding the eye
Where is the orbicularis oris found? On the face, surrounding the lips
Where is the sternocleidomastoid found? Descending from the ear medially towards the area just above the sternum
What are the muscles of the head and neck? 1. Masseter 2. Temporalis 3. Orbicularis Oculi 4. Orbicularis Oris 5. Sternocleidomastoid
Where is the trapezius found? On both the anterior and posterior sides of the body, extending downward from the bottom of the skull to the middle of the vertebral column
What three categories of the trapezius are there? 1. Upper - where the fibers branch upwards towards the skull 2. Middle - where the fibers branch contra-laterally 3. Lower - where the fibers branch downwards towards the lower vertebral column
Where is the deltoid found? On the shoulder, covering the anterior, posterior, and lateral sides
Where is the latissimus dorsi found? Mid back
Where is the supraspinatus found? On the posterior side, directly above the spine of the sternum
Where is the infraspinatus found? On the posterior side, directly below the spine of the sternum (and the supraspinatus)
Where is teres minor found? On the posterior side, directly under the infrapinatus
Where is teres major found? On the posterior side, below teres minor and under the infraspinatus
Where is the subscapularis? On the posterior side, beneath the scapula
Where is rhomboid major? On the posterior side, extending from the vertebral column under the scapula and to the lateral side
Where is rhomboid minor? On the posterior side, extending from the vertebral column under the scapula and above rhomboid minor
Where is the levator scapulae? On the posterior side, attaching the scapula to the neck
Where is the erector spinae found? On the posterior, branching from the bottom to the top of the vertebral column
Which muscles of the shoulder and back can be viewed from the front? 1. Trapezius 2. Subscapularis 3. Deltoid
Which muscles of the shoulder and back can be viewed from the back? 1. Trapeziua 2. Latissimus dorsi 3. Supraspinatus, Infraspinatus 5. Teres major, minor 7. Rhomboid major, minor 8. Erector spinae 9. Levator scapulae
Where is the external oblique found? The outer layer of the abdomen
Where is the internal oblique found? The middle layer of the abdomen, directly below the external oblique
Where is the transverse abdominus found? The lowest layer of the abdomen, directly below the external and internal obliques
Where is the rectus abdominus found? The center of the abdomen, below the obliques and in the same layer as the transverse abdominus
What are the muscles of the abdomen? 1. Rectus abdominus 2. Transverse abdominus 3. External obliques 4. Internal obliques
Where is the pectoralis major? The chest
Where is pectoralis minor Below pectoralis major, branching from the bony projection of the scapula to 3rd, 4th, and 5th ribs
Where is the serratus anterior? On the posterior side, enveloping the ribs
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