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More Origins, insertions, and movement cards for SBVC A&P 251 cat dissection lab

Xiphihumeralis

O- Near the Xiphoid Process.
I- Bicipital Groove of the Humerus. A- Forelimb Adduction

Oblique

O: Ribs
I: Sternum
A: Compression

Rectus Abdominus

O: Pubis
I: Cartilage of 5th, 6th, and 7th ribs
A:Flexion, compression of abdomen.
Nerve: Seventh to twelfth intercostal nerves (T7 - T12)

Pectoralis Major

O:sternum, clavicle, 1-6 ribs
I: proximal humerus
A: adducts and flexes humerus

Pectoralis Minor

O: ribs 3-5
I: coracoid process of scapula
A: protraction, depression and downward rotation of shoulder

Biceps Femoris

O:ISCHIAL TUBEROSITY
I:HEAD OF FIBULA
A:EXTENDS THIGH AND FLEXES LEG ROTATES

Caudo femoralis

O: Caudal Vertebra
I: Patella
A: Abduct/ Extend

Gluteus Maximus

O: iliac crest; sacrum; coccyx
I: femur
A: extends and laterally rotates thigh; abducts and adducts thigh

Gluteus Medius

O: ilium
I: greater trochanter of femur
A: abducts and medially rotates thigh

Iliotibial Tract

O: Ilium
I: Tibial Surface
A: Abduct

Gastrocnemius

O: femur
I: calcaneal tendon
A: plantarflexion; flexes leg at knee; raises heel during walking

Tibialis

O:Tibia/ Fibula's Interosseus Membrane
I:Patella/ Metatarsals
A: Plantar Flexion

Sartorius

O:ANTERIOR SUPERIOR ILIAC SPINE OF THE ILIU
I:PROXIMAL MEDIAL SURFACE OF THE TIBIA
A: ADDUCTS AND ROTATES THIGH LATERALLY

Gracilis

O:pubic symphisis
I: tibia
A: adducts thigh; flexes leg at knee ROTATION

Semitendonosus

O: ischial tuberosity
I: superior part of tibia
A: hip extension, knee flexion
Inervated: tibial division of sciatic nerve

Lower Leg

1. Semitendinosus
2. Biceps Femoris
3. Caudofemoralis
4. Gluteus Maximus
5. Gluteus Medius
6. Tensor Fascia Lata
7. Sartorius

Hip

1.Biceps Femoris (Reflected)
2. Caudofemoralis (Reflected)
3. Gluteus Maximus (Reflected)
4. Gluteus Medius
9. Sciatic Nerve
11. Sartorius
12. Tibialis Anterior
15. Soleus
16.Gastrocnemius

Abdominals

1. Aponeurosa
2. Rectus Abdominus
3. Transversus Abdominus
4. External Oblique
5. Internal Oblique

Chest

1. Pectoantebrachialis
2. Pectoralis Major
3. Pectoralis Minor
4. Xiphihumeralis
5. Linea Albea
6. Epitrochlearis
7. Triceps (Long Head)
8. Teres Major
9. Subscapularis
10. Serratus Ventralis
11. Latissimus Dorsi

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