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ACTION POTENTIAL CHANGE IN A CELL FROM A STATE OF REST TO THAT OF ACTIVITY AND BACK TO REST
AEROBIC RESIRATION PROCESS OF BREAKING DOWN GLUCOSE INTO ENERGY BY THE USE OF OXYGEN
ANAEROBIC RESPIRATION PROCESS OF BREAKING DOWN GLUCOSE INTO ENERGY WITHOUT THE PRESENCE OF OXYGEN
ANTAGONIST MUSCLES THAT HAVE AN OPPOSITE FUNCTION
CARDIC MUSCLE IS ONLY FOUND IN THE WALL OF THE HEART
CELLULAR RESPIRATION PROCESS OF CELLS CREATING ENERGY TO POWER THE MUSCLES
CONTRACT CREATE TENSION BY SHORTENING
DEPOLARIZATION PART OF THE ACTION POTENTIAL WHEN A CELL IS STIMULATED AND CAPABLE OF PRODUCING AN ACTION
FIXATOR MUSCLE THAT HOLDS ONE BONE IN PLACE WHILE A MORE DISTAL BONE MOVES
INSERTION SITE WHERE A MUSCLE ATTACHES TO A MOVING BONE
ISOMETRIC CONTRACTION CAUSES TENSION ON THE MUSCLE BUT DOES NOT PRODUCE MOVEMENT
ISOTONIC CONTRACTION CAUSES SHORTENING OF THE MUSCLE TO PRODUCE MOVEMENT
LIGAMENT CONNECTIVE TISSUE THAT JOINS BONE TO BONE AT A JOINT
MUSCLE FIBER FOUND IN SKELETAL AND SMOOTH MUSCLE AND HAVE AN ELONGATED CYLINDRICAL SHAPE ALSO CALLED MUSCLE CELLS
MUSCLE TONE SLIGHT STATE OF CONTRACTION A MUSCLE ALWAYS MAINTAINS
ORIGIN SITE WHERE A MUSCLE ATTACHES TO A STATIONARY BONE
POLARIZATION PART OF THE ACTION POTENTAIL WHEN A CELL IS AT REST
PRIME MOVER MUSCLE THAT PLAYS MORE OF A ROLE IN MOVEMENT IN GROUP OF SYNERGISTIC MUSCLES
REPOLARIZATION PART OF THE ACTION POTENTIAL WHERE A CELL CHANGES FROM AN ACTIVE STATE BACK TO RESTING
SKELETAL MUSCLE CONSCIOUSLY CONTROLLED MUSCLE ATTACHED TO BONES THAT MOVE BY SHORTENING OR CONTRACTION OF THE MUSCLE ALSO CALLED VOLUNTARY MUSCLE
SMOOTH MUSCLE MUSCLE FOUND IN THE ORGANS THAT IS NOT CONSCIOUSLY CONTROLLED ALSO CALLED INVOLUNTARY
SYNERGISTIC GROUP OF MUSCLES THAT WORK TOGETHER TO PERFORM A FUNCTION
TENDON CONNECTIVE TISSUE THAT JOINS MUSCLE TO BONE THIS CONNECTION CREATES MOVEMENT
TONE
MASSETER MOVES MANDIBLE UP AND DOWN IN CHEWING MOTION IN FRONT OF THE EAR
ORBICULARIS OCULI MOVES UPPER EYELID AROUND THE EYE SOCKET
ORBICULARIS ORIS ALLOWS THE LIPS TO PUCKER AROUND THE MOUTH
PLATYSMA ALLOWS THE HEAD TO BEND FORWARD VENTRAL NECK
BUCCINATOR COMPRESSES CHEEK AGAINEST THE TEETH UNDER THE CHEEK
STERNOCLEIDOMASTOID TURNS HEAD FROM SIDE TO SIDE LATERAL NECK TO EAR
TEMPORALIS AIDS IN MOVING MANDIBLE UPWARD TEMPORAL BONE
PTERYGOID AIDS IN MOVING MANDIBLE UPWARD UNDER THE CHEEK
BICEPS BRACHII FLEXES LOWER ARM INNER UPPER ARM
BRACHIALIS FLEXES ELBOW UPPER ARM AND FOREARM
BRACHIORADIALIS TURNS LOWER ARM UPPER ARM AND FOREARM
DELTOID TURNS AND ABDUCTS ARM SHOULDER
EXTENSOR CARPI EXTENDS WRIST FOREARM
EXTENSOR DIGITORUM EXTENDS FINGERS FOREARM
FLEXOR CARPI FLEXES WRIST FOREARM
FLEXOR DIGITORUM FLEXES FINGERS FOREARM
TRICEPS BRACHII EXTENDS LOWER ARM OUTER UPPER ARM
EXTERNAL OBLIQUES ALLOW TORSO TO TURN LATERAL ABDOMEN
GLUTEUS MAXIMUS EXTEND LEG TO THE REAR BUTTOCKS
GLUTEUS MEDIUS MOVE LEG TO THE SIDE HIP
LATISSIMUS DORSI PULLS ARMS DOWNWARD AND STABILIZE TORSO LATERAL BACK
PECTORALIS MAJOR PULLS ARM ACROSS THE CHEST CHEST
PECTORALIS MINOR CAUSES SHOULDER TO MOVE FORWARD CHEST
RECTUS ABDOMINIS MOVEMENT OF BODY BETWEEN RIBS AND PELVIS MEDIAL ABDOMEN
TRAPEZIUS MOVEMENT OF SCAPULA COVERS NECK SHOULDERS SPINE
GASTROCNEMIUS ELEVATES HEEL CALF MUSCLE
EXTENSOR DIGITORUM LONGUS EXTENDS TOES LOWER LEG
EXTENSOR HALLUCIS LONGUS EXTENDS BIG TOE LOWER LEG
HAMSTRINGS FLEXES LOWER LEG BACK OF THIGH
INTRINSIC FOOT MUSCLE FLEX EXTEND ABDUCT AND ABDUCT TOES FOOT
QUADRICEPS FEMORIS EXTENDS LOWER LEG FRONT OF THIGH
SARTORIUS TURNS LEG LATERALLY FRONT OF THIGH
SOLEUS ELEVATES HEEL WHEN THE KNEE IS BENT LOWER LEG
SKELETAL MUSCLE VOLUNTARY MUSCLE ATTACHED TO THE BONE
SMOOTH MUSCLE INVOLUNTARY MUSCLE FOUND IN THE WALLS OF THE INTERNAL ORGANS
CARDIC MUSCLE HAS CHARACTERISICS OF SKELETAL AND SMOOTH MUSCLE FOUND ONLY IN THE WALL OF THE HEART
ABDUCTION MOVING AWAY FROM THE MIDLINE OF THE BODY
ADDUCTION MOVING TOWARD THE MIDLINE OF THE BODY
CIRCUMDUCTION PROXIMAL END OF LIMB STATIONARY AND DISTAL END MOVES IN A CIRCLE
DORSIFLEXION LIFTING THE FOOT SO THAT TOES POINT TOWARD THE ANKLE
EVERSION TURNING THE SOLE OF THE FOOT LATERALLY
EXTENSION INCREASING THE ANGLE BETWEEN TWO JOINTS STRAIGHTENING
FLEXION DECREASING THE ANGLE BETWEEN TWO JOINTS BENDING
HYPEREXTENSION MOVING A JOINT PAST ITS NORMAL RANGE OF MOTION
INVERSION TURNING THE SOLE OF THE FOOT MEDIALLY
OPPOSITION TOUCHING THE TIP OF THE FINGERS WITH THE THUMB
PLANTAR FLEXION POINTING THE TOES
PRONATION MOVEMENT OF RADIUS AND ULNA SO THAT THE PALM OF THE HAND FACES DOWNWARD
ROTATION MOVING A BONE AROUND A CENTRAL POINT OR AXIS
SUPINATION MOVEMENT OF RADIUS AND ULNA SO THAT THE PALM FACES UPWARD
ATROPHY DETERIORATION OF MUSCLE BECAUSE OF DISEASE INJURY OR DISUSE
HYPERTROPHY ABNORMAL INCREASE IN GROWTH OF A MUSCLE ORGAN BODY PART
HYPOTROPHY ABNORMAL DECREASE IN GROWTH OF MUSCLE ORGAN BODY PART
MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY GENERAL TERM FOR MANY INHERITED DISORDERS IN WHICH THE MUSCLE FIBERS DEGENERATE RESULTING IN MUSCLE WEAKNESS
MYALGIA MUSCLE PAIN
MYOCLONIA IRREGULAR MUSCLE TWITCHING BECAUSE OF A NERVOUS SYSTEM DISORDER
MYOTONIA GENERAL TERM FOR MUSCLE SPASM OR TEMPORARY RIGIDITY OF A MUSCLE
SPRAIN TWISTING OR TEARING OF A LIGAMENT
STRAIN OVERUSE OR OVEREXTENSION OF A MUSCLE
TETANUS LOCK JAW BACTERIAL INFECTION THAT MUSCLES TO CNTRACT UNTIL HAVE SPASM RESULTING IN PARALYSIS
FRONTALIS MOVES THE EARS AND EYEBROWS SCALP
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