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MUSCULAR

CHAP. 2 PART 2

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WHICH MUSCLE IS STRIATED AND VOLUNTARY? SKELETAL MUSCLE
FOUND IN THE WALLS OF ORGANS OR VISCERA SMOOTH MUSCLE
FOUN IN THE WALLS OF BLOOD VESSELS SMOOTH MUSCLE
STRIATED AND INVOLUNTARY CARDIAC MUSCLE
FOUND IN THE HEART CARDIAC MUSCLE
NONSTRIATED AND INVOLUNTARY SMOOTH MUSCLE
THE ONLY TYPE OF MUSCLE THAT IS NONSTRIATED SMOOTH MUSCLE
FOUND ATTACHED TO BONES SKELETAL MUSCLE
THE ONLY TYPE OF MUSCLE THAT IS NONSTRIATED SMOOHT MUSCLE
MUST E SUPPLIED BY A MOTOR NERVE SKELETAL MUSCLE
CODRDLIKE STRUCTURE THAT ATTACHES MUSCLE TO BONE TENDON
SMALL BUNDLES OF MUSCLE FIBERS FASCICLES
CONNECTIVE TISSUE THAT SURROUNDS INDIVIDUAL MUSCLE FIBERS ENDOMYSIUM
CONNECTIVE TISSUE THAT SURROUNDS THE FASCICLES OR BUNDLES PERIMYSIUM
CONNECTIVE TISSUE THAT SURROUNDS A WHOLE SKELETAL MUSCLE TENDON
SERIES OF CONTRACTILE UNITS THAT MAKE UP EACH MYOFIBRIL; EXTENDS FROM Z LINE TO Z LINE SARCOMERE
THIN PROTEIN FILAMENTS THAT EXTEND TOWARD THE CENTER OF THE SARCOMERE FORM THE Z LINES ACTIN
THICK PROTEIN FILAMENTS WHOSE "HEADS" FORM CROSS-BRIDGES WHEN THEY INTERACT WITH THE THIN FILAMENTS MYOSIN
CALCIUM IS STORED WITHIN THIS STRUCTURE IN THE RELAXED MUSCLE SARCOPLASMIC RETICULUM
AN EXTENSTION OF THE SARCOLEMMA OR CELL MEBRANE THT PENETRATES INTO THE INTERIOR OF THE MUSCLE; THE ELECTRICAL SIGNAL RUNS ALONG THIS MEMBRANE TOWARD THE SARCOPLASMIC PETICULUM T TUBULE
THE TEMPORARY CONNECTION FORMED WHEN TEH MYOSIN HEADS INTERACT WITH THE ACTIN, CAUSING MUSCLE CONTRACTION CROSS-BRIDGE
THE MUSCLE RESPONSIBLE FOR MOST OF THE MOVEMETN IN A GROUP OF MUSCLES; CALLED THE CHIEF MUSCLE PRIME MOVER
MUSCLE ATTACHMENT TO THE STATIONARY BONE ORIGIN
HELPER MUSCLE; IT WORKS WITH OTHER MUSCLES TO PORDUCE THE SAME MOVEMENT SYNERGIST
ABNORMAL FORMATION OF FIBROUS TISSUE IN MUSCLES, PREVENTING NORMAL MOBILITY CONTRACTURE
MUSCLE THAT OPPOSES THE ACTION OF THE ANOTHER MUSCLE ANTAGONIST
WASTING AWAY OR DECREASE IN THE SIZE OF THE MUSCLES ATROPHY
MUSCLE THAT IS "SHORT" BREVIS
MUSCLE THAT IS "DIAGONAL" OBLIQUE
MUSCLE THAT IS "TRIANGULAR" DELTOID
MUSCLE THAT IS "ROUND" TERES
THE BUTTOCKS MUSCLE'S NAME GLUTEUS
LARGE MUSCLE GLUTEUS
HUGE MUSCLE VASTUS
ARM MUSCLE PECTORALIS
WIDE MUSCLE LATISSIMUS
STRAIGHT MUSCLE RECTUS
CHEST MUSCLE PECTORALIS
ATTACHES TO THE COLLAR BONE, BREAT BONE, AND TEMPORAL BONE STERNOCLEIDOMASTIOD
A SPASM OF THIS MUSCLE CAUSES TORTICOLLIS OR WRYNECK STERNCLEIDOMASTOID
SPHINCTER MUSCLE ENCIRCLING THE EYES; ASSISTS IN WINKING , BLINKING AND SQUINTING ORBICULARIS OCULI
A CHEWING MUSCLE THAT WORKS SYNERGISTICALLY WITH THE TEMPORALIS MUSCLE TO CLOSE THE JAW MASSETER
MUSCLES ON EITHER SIDE OF THE NECK THAT CAUSE FLEXION OF THE HEAD AS IN PRAYING CONTRACTION OF ONLY ONE OF THESE MUSCLES ROTATES THE HEAD STERNOCLEIDOMASTIOD
SPHINCTER MUSCLE ENCIRCLING THE MOUTH; CALLED THE KISSING MUSCLE ORBICULARIS ORIS
MUSCLE OF THE UPPER BACK AND NECK. CONTRACTION OF THIS MUSCLE TILTS THE HEAD SO THAT THE FACE LOOKS UP AT THE SKY; ALSO MOVES THE SHOULDER TRAPEZIUS
EXTENDS FROM THE CORNERS OF THE MOUTH TO THE CHEEKBONE; CALLED THE SMILING MUSCLE ZYGOMATICUS
FAN SHAPED MUSCLE THAT EXTENDS FORM THE TEMPORAL BONE TO THE MANDIBLE;IT WORKS SYNERGISTICALLY WITH OTHER CHEWING MUSCLES TEMPORALIS
FLAT MUSCLE THAT RAISES THE EYEBROWS AND WRINKLES THE FOREHEAD; CREATES A SURPRISED LOOK FRONTALIS
MUSCLE THAT FLATTENS THE CHEEK WHEN CONTRACTED; IT POSITIONS FOOD FOR CHEWING BUCCINATOR
LONGEST MUSCLE IN THE BODY THAT IS USED TO SIT CROSSED-LEGGED (LOTUS POSITION) SARTORIUS
MUSCLE THAT SHRUGS THE SHOULDERS AND MOVE THE HEAD TRAPEZIUS
BARBECUED RIBS INTERCOSTALS
JAGGED MUSCLE THAT RESEMBLES THE TEETH FO A SAW,; IT LOWERS THE SHOULDER AND MOVES THE ARM AS IN PUSHING A CART SERRATUS ANTERIOR
INCLUDE THE INTERNAL OBLIQUE, EXTERNAL OBLIQUE, TRANVERSE, AND RECTUS ABDOMINAL MUSCLES
MUSCLES LOCATED ON THE MEDIAL (INNER) SURFACE OF THE THIGH; HORSEBACK RIDERS USE THESE MUSCLES TO GRIP THE HORSE WITH THEIR THIGHS ADDUCTORS
GROUP OF MUSCLES THAT EXTEND OR STRAIGHTEN THE LEG AT THE KNEE, AS IN KICKING A FOOTBALL QUADRICEPS FEMORIS
LARGE, BROAD MUSCLE LOACATED OVER THE MIDDLE AND LOWER BACK; IT LOWERS THE SHOULDERS AND BRINGS THE ARMS BACK, AS IN SWIMMING AND ROWING LATISSIMUS DORSI
THE ACHILLES TENDON ATTACHES THE SOLEUS AND THIS MUSCLE TO THE HEEL BONE GASTROCNEMIUS
LARGE, BROAD MUSCLE THAT FORMS THE ANTERIOR CHEST WALL; IT CONNECT THE HUMERUS WITH TH CLAVICLE AND STRUCTURES OF THE CHEST PECTORALIS MAJOR
WORKS SYNERGEISTICALLY WITH THE GASTROCNEMIUM SOLEUS
MUSCLE GROUP ON THE POSTERIOR SURFACE OF THE THIGH THAT FLEXES THE LEG AT THE KNEE; ANTAGONIST TO THE QUADRICEPS FEMORIS HAMSTRINGS
THE CALF MUSCLE THAT IS USED IN PLANTAR FLEXION; ALSO CALLED THE TOE-DANCER'S MUSCLE GASTROCNEMIUS
LARGEST MUSCLE IN THE BODY THAT FORMS PART OF THE BUTTOCKDS; YOU SIT ON THIS MUSCLE GLUTEUS MAXIMUS
MUSCLE THAT FLEXES THE FOREARM; WHEN YOU ASK A CHILD TO "MAKE A MUSCLE," THIS IS THE ONE THAT POPS UP BICEPS BRACHII
A WHITE LINE THAT EXTENDS FROM THE STERNM TO THE PUBIC BONE ; IT IS FROMED BY THE APONEUROSIS OF THE ABDOMINAL MUSCLES ON OPPOSITE SIDES OF THE ABDOMEN LINEA ALBA
MUSCLES RESPONSIBLE FOR RAISING AND LOWERING THE THE RIB CAGE DURING BREATHING INTERCOSTALS
MUSCLE THAT FORMS THE SHOULDER PADS; POSITIONS THE ARMS IN A "SCARECROW" POSITION DELTOID
INCLUDES THE RECTUS FEMORIS AND VASTUS LATERALIS QUADRICEPS FEMORIS
LOACATED OVER THE SHIN BONE; CAUSES DORSIFLEXION TIBIALIS ANTERIOR
THE BRACHIALIS AND THE BRACHIORADIALIS WORK SYNERGISTICALLY WITH THIS MUSCLE TO FLEX THE ARM AT THE ELBOW BICEPS BRACHII
WHICH MUSCLE PRODUCE MOVEMETN NOF THE EXTRIMITIES, MAINTAIN BODY POSTORE, AND STABILIZE JOINTS? SKELETAL MUSCLES
WHAT MUSCLE IS FOUND IN THE BRONCHIOLES (BREATHING PASSAGES) AND THE BOLLOD VESSELS? SMOOHT MUSCLE
WHICH STRUCTURES SLIDE IN THE SLLIDING FILAMENT HYPOTHESIS OF MUSCLE CONTRACTION? ACTION AND MYOSIN
WHAT IS THE CONSEQUENCE OF RECRUITMENT? INCREASED FORCED OF MUSCLE CONTRACTION
WHAT IS THE ROLE OF THE SARCOPLASMIC RETICULUM (SR) IS MUSCLE CONTRACTION? RELEASES CALCIUM IN THE SARCOMERE
WHAT IS THE CONSEQUENCE OF TETANUS? SUSTAINED MUSCLE CONTRACTION
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN RECEPTOR SITES ON THE MUSCLE MEMBRANE FAR DAMAGED SO THAT THE GRANSMITTER ACh CANNOT BIND PROPERLY? MUSCLE CINTRACTION IS IMPAIRED AND THE PT EXPERIENCES MUSCLE WEAKNESS
WHAT EVENT CAUSES THE MUSCLE TO RELAX? CALCIUM IS PUMPED BACK INTO THE SARCOPLASMIC RETICULUM
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU REPETITIVELY AND RAPIDLY STIMULATE A SKELETAL MUSCLE? THE MUSCLE TETANIZES
WHAT ACTION IS ANTAGONISTIC TO THE BICEPS BRACHII MUSCLE? THE TRICEPS BRACHII CONTRACTS
WHICH CONDITION IS MOSST LIKELY TO DEVELOP IN A PERSON WHOSE LEG IS IN A NONEWEIGHT-BEARING CAST FOR SEVERAL MONTHS? DISUSE MUSCLE ATROPHY OF THE AFFECTED LEG
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS INDICATED BY THE TERMS PECTORALIS, GLUTEUS, BRACHII, AN LATERALIS? LOCATION OF A MUSCLE
WHAT IS THE BASIS FOR NAMING THE STERNOCLEIDOMASTIOD MUSCLE? SITES OF ATTACHMENT OF THE MUSCLE
THIS MUSCLE IS LOCATED ON THE POSTERIOR THIGH.. THE HAMSTRINGS
RIGOR MORTIS DEVELOPS IN RESPONSE TO WHAT? A DEFICIENCY OF ATP
......IS AN ENERGY SOURCE FOR MUSCLE CONTRACTION CREATINE PHOSPHATE
THE ROLE OF MYOGLOBIN IS.... CARRIER OF OXYGEN
SUPINATORS AND PRONATORS DO WHAT? TWIST THE LOWER ARM
Created by: aantonino