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A&P 1 muscles

from handout for final exam

QuestionAnswer
adducts thoracic limb superficial pectoral
adducts and pulls limbs caudally deep pectoral
pulls limb forward, extends shoulder brachiocephalicus
advances leg omotransversarius
elevates and abducts limb trapezius muscle
elevates forelimb rhomboideus
draws limb caudally, flexes shoulder joint latissimus dorsi
supports trunk serratus ventralis
draws head to side sternocephalicus
draws commissures of lips caudally platysma
closes mouth when chewing temporalis
elevates the mandible to close the mouth when chewing masseter
opens mouth digastricus
rises floor of mouth mylohyoideus
flexes shoulder deltoideus
flexes shoulder/abducts limb infraspinatus
extends shoulder supraspinatus
adducts limb/ rotates forearm subscapularis
flexes shoulder teres major
extends elbow/ flexes shoulder triceps brachii
flexes elbow/extends shoulder biceps brachii
flexes elbow brachialis
rotates forearm (supination) brachioradialis
extends carpus extensor carpi radialis
extends carpus and digits common digital extensor
extends digital joints lateral digital extensor
flexes carpal joint extensor carpi ulnaris
extends carpal joint, abducts digit abductor pollicis longus
flexes carpal joint flexor carpi radialis
flexes carpal joint flexor carpi ulnaris
flexes carpus and digits superficial digital flexor
flexes carpus and digits deep digital flexor
flexes hip/extends stifle tensor fasciae latae muscle
abducts limb/ extends hip superficial gluteal muscle
abducts limb/ extends hip middle gluteal muscle
abducts and extends hip deep gluteal muscle
extends hip/flexes stifle/extends tarsus biceps femoris muscle
extends hip/ flexes stifle/extends tarsus semitendinosus
extends hip semimembranosus
flexes hip/extends stifle sartorius muscle
adducts limb/flexes stifle/extends hip and hock gracillis muscle
adducts limbs pecineus muscle
adducts limb and extends hip adductor muscle
extends stifle/flexes hip quadriceps femoris
flexes tarsus cranial tibial muscle
extends digits/flexus tarsus/extends stifle long digital extensor muscle
flexes tarsus peroneus longus muscle
extends tarsus/ flexes stifle gastrocnemius muscle
extends tarsus/flexes stifle and digtal joints superficial digital flexor
extends tarsus/ flexes digital joints deep digital flexor
flexes stifle and rotates leg medially popliteus muscle
flexes vertebral column/ abdominal press external abdominal oblique
flexes vertebral column/ abdominal press internal abdominal oblique
flexes vertebral column/ abdominal press transversus abdominus
flexes vertebral column/ abdominal press rectus abdominus
Created by: maiken
 

 



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