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Body Tissues and Membranes

Produces movement under voluntary control Skeletal muscle
Most common loose connective tissue Areolar
Comprises most of intervertebral disc Fibrocartilage
Found in the heart Cardiac muscle
Covering and lining Epithelial
Support tissue for nervous system Neuroglia
Enlarged cells store fat Adipose
Contains tightly packed bundles of collagen Fibrous connective
Found in the viscera and blood vessels Smooth muscle
Found in the nose Hyaline cartilage
Membrane that secretes fluid into the joint cavities Synovial
Freely moving joints contain what Synovial fluid
The only tissue cells that can conduct electrical impulses Neurons
Tissue that can not produce movement Connective
epithelium with a single layer of cells Simple
Ligaments are what type of connective tissue Fibrous
Trapezius origin Occiput
Rhomboids insert Medial border of the scapula
Levator scapulae inserts Superior angle of scapula
Most superficial back muscle Trapezius
Multiple actions depending on fibers activated Trapezius
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