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Muscular System(CF)

Muscular System Study Guide

Straited involuntary muscle cardiac
Thin filament contractile protein Actin
Pumpming Iron,working out is considered Hypertropy
Orbicularic Oris muscle surrounds the mouth
Enzyme that kills the ACH acetycholinesterase
True or FalseThe Bicepis an antagonist for the triceps True
True or FalseSphincter controls the size of an opening True
group of muscles located on the posterior of the thigh hamstring
biceps femoris, seitendinosus and the semimembranous are all part of the hamstring
muscle that cover the forehead frontalis
what is the smiling muscle zygomaticus
muscle that is located between the ribs intercostal muscle
Penetrates the interior of the muscle fiber T Tubles
what muscles flex the arm brachialis ad the brachioradialis
cord that connects tissue that connects muscle to bone aponeurosis or a tendon
what makeup myfibrils and extends from z line to z line sarcomeres
where is calcium stores until the muscle is retract sarcoplasmic reticulum
what is released due to a nerve impulse ACh
Muscle that remaina contracted for a long period of time tetany
a person with a cast on will have _____ when the cast is taken off atrophy
muscle that cover the shoulder like shoulder pad. deltoid
muscle word for chest pectoralis
cheif breathing muscle diaphragm
muscle that causes you to look to the sky trapezius
large muscle tha you sit on gluteus maximus
prefix myo muscle
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