5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- extensor muscles
- What are antagonistic muscles?
- smooth muscles
- a these muscles have no striations or stripes; they can be found in blood vessels, stomach, intestines or bladder
- b when a person is unable to move a part of their body
- c Muscles that work opposite of each other.
- d these muscles open the joint wider; straightening at the joint
- e when a muscle becomes weak and shrinks when it is not used much
5 Multiple choice questions
- Partial contraction of your muscles throughout the day.
- largest muscle in the body that connects the femur and the pelvic girdle
- muscle on the bottom of the upper arm
- attach to bones and allow you to move
- strands of protein that are found in each muscle fiber
5 True/False questions
muscle tone → when muscles are partially contracted
antagonistic muscles → pairs of muscles that work together so that when one muscle contracts, the other relaxes; they pull in opposite directions
tetanus → a disease which begins with the masseter tightening and preventing the jaw from opening; it is also called lockjaw
flexor muscles → these muscles open the joint wider; straightening at the joint
Which of those muscle kinds are voluntary and which are involuntary? → Skeletal muscles are voluntary smooth and cardiac are involuntary.