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Week 6

Axial and Appendicular Muscle

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All of the following muscles are part of the rotator cuff muscles except the: Deltoid.
The posterior arm muscle that extends the forearm is the: triceps brachii.
Groups of skeletal muscle fibers are bound together by a connective tissue envelope called the: Perimysium.
Muscles that move the upper arm originate on the: clavicle and scapula.
Which of the following is not a group of pennate muscles? Tripinnate
Another name for a sphincter muscle is a _____ muscle. circular
Which of the following is not a muscle that moves the thigh? Sacrospinalis
Which of the following statements is incorrect? When the muscle contracts, the insertion moves toward the origin, The insertion of the muscle is attached to the bone that moves, The origin of the muscle is attached to the bone that does not move.
Which of the following muscles does not move the upper arm? Trapezius
The action of the brachialis muscle is to _____ the forearm. Flex
In pushing (pressing) a weight from shoulder height to above the head, which of the following muscles is least utilized? Biceps brachii
The origin of a muscle is on the femur, and the insertion is on the tibia. When it contracts, it bends the knee. Its fibers run parallel to the body. Which of the following terms might be part of its name? Flexor
The latissimus dorsi muscle is an example of a _____ muscle. spiral
The origin of a muscle is on the femur, and the insertion is on the tibia. When it contracts, it bends the knee. Its fibers run parallel to the body. Which of the following terms might be part of its name? Rectus and Femoris
The covering of individual muscle fibers is the: Endomysium
The flexor muscles that move the fingers are mostly located on the: anterior medial surface of the forearm.
The muscle that flexes the semipronated or semisupinated forearm is the: Brachioradialis.
The muscle that extends and adducts the arm is the: latissimus dorsi
The Achilles tendon is common to both the gastrocnemius and the soleus. True
The pectoralis major muscle is an example of a _____ muscle. Convergent
Which of the following body systems assists the muscles in maintaining posture? Digestive, Endocrine, and Excretory
The origin of a muscle is on the femur, and the insertion is on the tibia. When it contracts, it bends the knee. Which of the following is true? The knee is acting as a fulcrum
Which of the following is not a muscle of the quadriceps femoris group? Biceps femoris
The most common type of lever in the body is a _____-class lever. third
The sternocleidomastoid muscle is an example of a muscle named for its: points of attachment.
Which of the following statements about the muscles of the thorax is incorrect? When the diaphragm contracts, it decreases the volume of the thoracic cavity and expels air from the lungs.
The muscle that raises or lowers the shoulders or shrugs them is the: Trapezius.
When an athlete injures a muscle of the hamstring group, the injury is on the: posterior thigh.
Muscles may be named according to: Function, direction of fibers, and points of attachment.
Which of the following muscles has fibers on a transverse plane? Transverse abdominis
Moving from superficial to deep, the connective tissue components would be: epimysium, perimysium, endomysium.
The teres major and teres minor muscles move the: arm.
The muscle(s) assisting in rotating the arm outward is (are) the: teres minor.
A muscle is attached to the femur and tibia. Its function or action is to bend the knee. When it contracts, it is acting as the: prime mover.
Muscles that contract at the same time as the prime mover are called: Synergists and antagonists.
Muscles located on the lower leg move the: foot.
There are more than 600 muscles in the body. True
The muscle that allows the thumb to be drawn across the palm to touch the tip of any finger is the: opponens pollicis.
The prime mover can also be called the: agonist.
The soleus muscle is an example of a _____ muscle. pennate
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