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BIO 1007: Muscles

The muscles we are required to know for Bio 1007.

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BACK MUSCLES 1. Latissimus dorsi 2. Trapezius 3. Levator scapulae 4. Rhomboid major 5. Rhomboid minor 6. Erector spinae
Shoulder & Arm Muscles 1. Deltoid 2. Biceps brachii 3. Triceps beachii 4. Supraspinatus 5. Infraspinatus 6. Teres minor 7. Teres major 8. Subscapularis
CHEST MUSCLES 1. Pectoralis major 2. Pectoralis minor 3. serratus anterior 4. External intercostals 5. Internal intercostals
HEAD & NECK MUSCLES 1. Sternocleidomastoid 2. Sternohyoid 3. Masseter 4. Orbicularis oculi 5. Orbicularis oris 6. Platysma 7. Digastric 8. Mylohyoid 9. Occipitalis
Frontal & Occiptal muscles tagged with the same number: Occipitofrontalis
If the white stuff is tagged between the frontal & occpital muscle: Galea Aponeurotica
MUSCLES OF THE SKULL 1. Frontalis 2. Temporalis
FOREARM MUSCLES (ANTERIOR VIEW - COMES FROM MEDIAL SIDE) 1. Brachioradialis 2. Pronator teres 3. Flexor carpi radialis 4. Palmaris longus 5. Flexor carpi ulnaris
FOREARM MUSCLES (POSTERIOR VIEW - COME FROM LATERAL SIDE) 1. Extensor carpi radialis lognus 2. Extensor carpi radialis brevis 3. Extensor digitorum 4. Extensor carpi ulnaris
DIAPHRAGM Independent, looks like a butt if the muscle model is alone.
ABDOMINAL MUSCLES 1. Rectus abdominus (6-pack) 2. External oblique 3. Internal oblique 4. Transverse abdominis
ILIOPSOAS If both iliacus and psoas major are tagged, the two muscles are referred to as Iliopsoas. Located in the pelvis.
HIP & THIGH MUSCLES !. Iliopsoas 2. Sartorius 3. Gracilis 4. Tensor Fasciae Latae 5. Gluteus maximus 6. Gluteus medius 7. Quadriceps femoris 8. Adductor longus 9. Adductor magnus 10. Hamstrings
QUADRICEPS FEMORIS 1. Rectus femoris: Runs down the middle 2. Vastus lateralis: lateral side 3. Vastus medialis: medial side 4. Vastus intermedius: deep to rectus femoris
HAMSTRINGS 1. Biceps femoris: lateral 2. Semitendinosus (middle / midline) 3. Semimembranosus: Comes out of both sides from semitendinosus.
LEG MUSCLES 1. Tibialis anterior 2. Extensor digitorum longus 3. Peroneus longus 4. Gastrocnemius 5. Soleus 6. Flexor digitorum longus
Remember Mnemonic: Great Sports Players Enjoy Tackle Football Start lateral and work your waya round: (G) Gastrocnemius (S) Soleus (P) Peroneus Longus (E) Extensor digitorum lognus (T) Tibialis anterior (F) Flexor digitorium longus
Created by: CarlyK82