5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Cardiac muscle
- Contract .
- a form the walls of the heart and contract to circulate blood.
- b Skeletal
- c a circular motion that turns a body part on its axis
- d turning a body part upward (turning palm up)
- e to shorten, decrease in size, or draw together
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- bundles of muscle fibers held together by connective tissue
- excessive straightening of a body part.
- end or area of muscle that remains stationary when muscle
- are found in internal organs of the body such as the digestive system, respiratory system, blood vessels and eyes.
- tightening or shortening of the muscle
5 True/False Questions
Involuntary → Skeletal
Circumduction → moving a body part toward the midline.
Eversion → turning a body part outward.
Pronation → turning a body part downward (turning palm down)
Elasticity → fibrous membrane covering, supporting and separating muscle.