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Anatomy - Chapter 9: Muscles and Muscle Tissue
Skeletal muscles
Origin
Insertion
Connective tissue sheaths associated w…
Span joints and attach to bone ... - Direct attachment: epimysiu…
attachment site of muscle on bone (less moveable)
attachment site of muscle on bone ... - muscle contracts, moves…
Epimysium, perimysium, and endomysium
Skeletal muscles
Span joints and attach to bone ... - Direct attachment: epimysiu…
Origin
attachment site of muscle on bone (less moveable)
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Anatomy Chapter 9: Muscles
muscle roles
what do muscles do
epimysium
perimysium
excitability, contractility, extensibility, elasticity
produce movement, posture/body position, support soft tissue,…
connective tissue layer that surrounds the outside of the who…
muscle roles
excitability, contractility, extensibility, elasticity
what do muscles do
produce movement, posture/body position, support soft tissue,…
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Anatomy chapter 9 Muscles
What are the four main characteristics…
Excitability
Contractility
Extensibility
Excitability... Contractility ... Extensibility... Elasticity
ability to receive and respond to stimuli
ability to shorten forcibly when stimulated
ability to be stretched
What are the four main characteristics…
Excitability... Contractility ... Extensibility... Elasticity
Excitability
ability to receive and respond to stimuli
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Anatomy Chapter 9: Muscles
Excitable Tissues
Muscle Properties
Excitable... (muscle properties)
Contractile... (muscle properties)
Muscle Tissue and Neural Tissue... Respond to stimulation
1. Excitable... 2. Contractile... 3. Extensible... 4. Elastic
Electrically... With neurotransmitters... With hormones
Can shorten in response to stimulus
Excitable Tissues
Muscle Tissue and Neural Tissue... Respond to stimulation
Muscle Properties
1. Excitable... 2. Contractile... 3. Extensible... 4. Elastic
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Anatomy - Chapter 9: Muscles and Muscle Tissue
Skeletal muscles
Origin
Insertion
Connective tissue sheaths associated w…
Span joints and attach to bone ... - Direct attachment: epimysiu…
attachment site of muscle on bone (less moveable)
attachment site of muscle on bone ... - muscle contracts, moves…
Epimysium, perimysium, and endomysium
Skeletal muscles
Span joints and attach to bone ... - Direct attachment: epimysiu…
Origin
attachment site of muscle on bone (less moveable)
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Anatomy - Chapter 9: Muscles and Muscle Tissue
Skeletal muscles
Origin
Insertion
Connective tissue sheaths associated w…
Span joints and attach to bone ... - Direct attachment: epimysiu…
attachment site of muscle on bone (less moveable)
attachment site of muscle on bone ... - muscle contracts, moves…
Epimysium, perimysium, and endomysium
Skeletal muscles
Span joints and attach to bone ... - Direct attachment: epimysiu…
Origin
attachment site of muscle on bone (less moveable)
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Anatomy Chapter 9: Muscles and Muscle Tissue
4 Special Characteristics of Muscle Ti…
3 Types of muscle tissue
(skeletal muscle functions)... Skeletal m…
Muscles only do what?
Excitability: response to stimuli... Contractibility: unique to…
Skeletal: Attached to bone... Cardiac: only in heart (striated,…
1. Produce skeletal movement... 2. Maintain posture and body pos…
Forcibly contract
4 Special Characteristics of Muscle Ti…
Excitability: response to stimuli... Contractibility: unique to…
3 Types of muscle tissue
Skeletal: Attached to bone... Cardiac: only in heart (striated,…
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Anatomy - Chapter 9: Muscles and Muscle Tissue
Skeletal muscles
Origin
Insertion
Connective tissue sheaths associated w…
Span joints and attach to bone ... - Direct attachment: epimysiu…
attachment site of muscle on bone (less moveable)
attachment site of muscle on bone ... - muscle contracts, moves…
Epimysium, perimysium, and endomysium
Skeletal muscles
Span joints and attach to bone ... - Direct attachment: epimysiu…
Origin
attachment site of muscle on bone (less moveable)
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Anatomy Chapter 9: Muscles
Muscle functions
Properties of muscle tissue
Excitability
Contractility
Maintain posture and body position, movement, heat production…
Excitability, contractility, extensibility, elasticity
The ability to receive and respond to electrical or chemical…
The ability to shorten forcibly when stimulated.
Muscle functions
Maintain posture and body position, movement, heat production…
Properties of muscle tissue
Excitability, contractility, extensibility, elasticity
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 9: Muscles and Muscle Tissues
What are the three types of muscle tis…
Skeletal muscle
Cardiac Muscle
Smooth Muscle
Skeletal, cardiac, smooth
Organs that attach to/cover bony skeleton... Rapid contraction,…
In the heart... Involuntary... Striated... Steady and constant rate of…
In walls of visceral organs: hollow organs... Involuntary... No str…
What are the three types of muscle tis…
Skeletal, cardiac, smooth
Skeletal muscle
Organs that attach to/cover bony skeleton... Rapid contraction,…
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Anatomy Chapter 9: Muscles
muscle cells are specialized for....
3 types of muscle tissue
skeletal muscles
skeletal muscles are always
contraction
skeletal, cardiac, and smooth
are organs composed mostly of skeletal muscle tissue and conn…
directly or indirectly attached to bones
muscle cells are specialized for....
contraction
3 types of muscle tissue
skeletal, cardiac, and smooth
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 9 Muscles
Three types of muscle tissues
Skeletal muscle
Cardiac muscle
Smooth muscle
-skeletal muscle... -cardiac muscle... -smooth muscle
-usually attached to bone... -voluntary... -somatic... -striated
-wall of heart... -involuntary... -autonomic... -striated
-walls of most viscera, blood vessels and skin... -autonomic... -no…
Three types of muscle tissues
-skeletal muscle... -cardiac muscle... -smooth muscle
Skeletal muscle
-usually attached to bone... -voluntary... -somatic... -striated
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Muscles chapter 9 anatomy
Myosin
hypertrophy
sphincter muscle that encircles the mo…
Latissismus dorsi
What forms cross-bridges with action?
"Pumping iron" is most likely to cause
Where is the orbiculus oris muscle?
Which muscle is located on the posterior area of the body
Myosin
What forms cross-bridges with action?
hypertrophy
"Pumping iron" is most likely to cause
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Anatomy Chapter 9 Muscles
myology
muscles
muscle function
properties of muscle tissues
the scientific study of muscles
muscular tissues accounts for 45% of the total body mass... most…
maintain posture and body position... movement... heat production... g…
excitability ... contractility... extensibility... elasticity
myology
the scientific study of muscles
muscles
muscular tissues accounts for 45% of the total body mass... most…
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 9 - Muscles and Muscle Tissue
muscle fibers
skeletal muscle
cardiac muscle
smooth muscle
the name of elongated skeletal and smooth muscle cells
voluntary, striated, contracts rapidly, tires easily, must re…
striated, involuntary, contracts at fairly steady rate
visceral, involuntary, forces fluids and other substances thr…
muscle fibers
the name of elongated skeletal and smooth muscle cells
skeletal muscle
voluntary, striated, contracts rapidly, tires easily, must re…
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Anatomy Chapter 9 Muscles
What are the 3 types of muscle?
What is another name for cardiac muscle?
Location of cardiac muscle
Are there stripes on cardiac cells?
cardiac, smooth, skeletal
heart
heart only
yes
What are the 3 types of muscle?
cardiac, smooth, skeletal
What is another name for cardiac muscle?
heart
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Anatomy chapter 9: muscles
Slow fibers
Fast fibers
Slow fibers
Fast fibers
Depends on oxygen delivery and aerobic mechanisms
Have very fast acting myosin ATPases and depend upon anaerobi…
red fibers, the smallest of the fiber types
Contain abundant amounts of glycogen
Slow fibers
Depends on oxygen delivery and aerobic mechanisms
Fast fibers
Have very fast acting myosin ATPases and depend upon anaerobi…
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anatomy: chapter 9 - muscles
general functions of muscles
basic properties of muscle tissue
composition of muscles
characteristics of skeletal muscle
1) maintain posture and body position (contracting to stabili…
1) excitability: able to respond to stimuli (receive and resp…
CT with arteries, veins, nerves, lymphatics, and contractile…
-attaches to bone, skin or fascia... - striated with light and d…
general functions of muscles
1) maintain posture and body position (contracting to stabili…
basic properties of muscle tissue
1) excitability: able to respond to stimuli (receive and resp…
Anatomy and Physiology- Chapter 9 Muscles and Muscle Tissue
Skeletal Muscle
Four characteristics of muscle
Excitability
Contractility
Banded appearance, voluntary, dense connective tissue packagi…
excitability, contractility, extensibility, and elasticity
the ability to receive and respond to a stimulus such as any…
The ability to shorten forcibly when adequately stimulated; s…
Skeletal Muscle
Banded appearance, voluntary, dense connective tissue packagi…
Four characteristics of muscle
excitability, contractility, extensibility, and elasticity
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ANATOMY: Chapter 9 - Muscle and Muscle Tissue
half
40
ATP
skeletal
Muscle is about ___ of body mass
__% of body mass is skeletal muscle
Muscle can transform ___ into directed mechanical energy - mu…
______ muscles for mobility
half
Muscle is about ___ of body mass
40
__% of body mass is skeletal muscle
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 9: Muscles and Muscle Tissues
What are the three types of muscle tis…
Skeletal muscle
Cardiac Muscle
Smooth Muscle
Skeletal, cardiac, smooth
Organs that attach to/cover bony skeleton... Rapid contraction,…
In the heart... Involuntary... Striated... Steady and constant rate of…
In walls of visceral organs: hollow organs... Involuntary... No str…
What are the three types of muscle tis…
Skeletal, cardiac, smooth
Skeletal muscle
Organs that attach to/cover bony skeleton... Rapid contraction,…
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 9: Muscles and Muscle Tissues
What are the three types of muscle tis…
Skeletal muscle
Cardiac Muscle
Smooth Muscle
Skeletal, cardiac, smooth
Organs that attach to/cover bony skeleton... Rapid contraction,…
In the heart... Involuntary... Striated... Steady and constant rate of…
In walls of visceral organs: hollow organs... Involuntary... No str…
What are the three types of muscle tis…
Skeletal, cardiac, smooth
Skeletal muscle
Organs that attach to/cover bony skeleton... Rapid contraction,…
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Anatomy Chapter 9 Muscles
What are the three types of muscle tis…
Muscle similarities
Sarcolemma
Sarcoplasm
Cardiac, smooth and skeletal
Skeletal and smooth muscle are both elongated and are called…
Muscle plasma membrane
Cytoplasm of a muscle cell
What are the three types of muscle tis…
Cardiac, smooth and skeletal
Muscle similarities
Skeletal and smooth muscle are both elongated and are called…
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 9: Muscles and Muscle Tissues
What are the three types of muscle tis…
Skeletal muscle
Cardiac Muscle
Smooth Muscle
Skeletal, cardiac, smooth
Organs that attach to/cover bony skeleton... Rapid contraction,…
In the heart... Involuntary... Striated... Steady and constant rate of…
In walls of visceral organs: hollow organs... Involuntary... No str…
What are the three types of muscle tis…
Skeletal, cardiac, smooth
Skeletal muscle
Organs that attach to/cover bony skeleton... Rapid contraction,…
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Anatomy/Physiology Chapter 9 - Muscles & Muscle Tissue
Muscle pain resulting from any muscle…
Process which occurs in the mitochondr…
Your muscles develop tension, but do n…
Spontaneous contractions of individual…
myalgia
aerobic respiration
isometric contraction
fasciculations
Muscle pain resulting from any muscle…
myalgia
Process which occurs in the mitochondr…
aerobic respiration
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Anatomy chapter 9: muscles
Excitability
Contractility
Synaptic cleft
Elasticity
Ability to respond to stimuli
Ability to shorten forcibly when adequetely stimulated
Filled with a gel-like extracellular substance rich in glycop…
Ability of a muscle cell to recoil and resume its restong len…
Excitability
Ability to respond to stimuli
Contractility
Ability to shorten forcibly when adequetely stimulated
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Chapter 9 Anatomy - Muscles
muscles
cardiac
smooth
skeletal
transform energy into motion
found only in the heart
found in digestive tract, blood vessels, airway, uterus, and…
attached to bone; causes movement
muscles
transform energy into motion
cardiac
found only in the heart
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Anatomy chapter 9 muscles
Sarolemma
Sarcoplasm
Skeletal
Fascia
Cell membrane
Cytoplasm
Multinucleated
Later of CT that hold muscle position and separates individua…
Sarolemma
Cell membrane
Sarcoplasm
Cytoplasm
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Anatomy chapter 9 muscles
Occipitalis
Frontalis
Zygomaticus minor
Levator labii superioris
Draws scalp backward
Elevates eyebrows, wrinkles skin on forehead
Draws upper lip upward and outward
Elevates upper lip
Occipitalis
Draws scalp backward
Frontalis
Elevates eyebrows, wrinkles skin on forehead
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Anatomy chapter 9 muscles Longwood
Types of muscle
Characteristics of muscle tissue
Special functions characteristics of m…
twitch
Cardiac- heart... smooth- organs, lining of blood vessels... skelet…
-Muscle cells are elongated... -Muscles contraction depends on m…
excitability, contractility, extensibility, elasticity
single contraction that lasts a fraction of a second
Types of muscle
Cardiac- heart... smooth- organs, lining of blood vessels... skelet…
Characteristics of muscle tissue
-Muscle cells are elongated... -Muscles contraction depends on m…
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Anatomy chapter 9 muscle
Skeletal muscle
Skeletal muscle cell
Fiber is often called
Fascia
Organ. Nervous tissue, blood, dense connective
Not individual. Very long
A cell
Dense connective, covers muscle, group of fibers
Skeletal muscle
Organ. Nervous tissue, blood, dense connective
Skeletal muscle cell
Not individual. Very long
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Chapter 9-Muscles-anatomy
muscle fibers
skeletal
cardiac
smooth
skeletal and smooth muscle cells
longest muscle cells, striated, and voluntary
striated, involuntary, heart
nonstriated, involuntary, visceral organs
muscle fibers
skeletal and smooth muscle cells
skeletal
longest muscle cells, striated, and voluntary
Anatomy-Chapter 9:Muscles
Anatomy-Chapter 9:Muscles
Skeletal muscle Cells
Tendon
Epimysium
...
-multinucleated... -fiber... -fusion of mypblasts
Fascia extends past muscle fiber
-fascia... -muscle
Anatomy-Chapter 9:Muscles
...
Skeletal muscle Cells
-multinucleated... -fiber... -fusion of mypblasts
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Anatomy Chapter 9 Muscles
Epicranius
Orbicularis Oculi
Orbicularis Oris
Buccinator
Origin: Occipital Bone... Insertion: Skin and muscles around eye…
Origin: Maxillary and frontal bones... Insertion: Skin around ey…
Origin: Muscles near the mouth... Insertion: Skin of central lip…
Origin: maxilla and mandible... Insertion: Orbicularis Oris... Acti…
Epicranius
Origin: Occipital Bone... Insertion: Skin and muscles around eye…
Orbicularis Oculi
Origin: Maxillary and frontal bones... Insertion: Skin around ey…
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Anatomy Chapter 9 Muscles
myology
functions of muscles
properties of muscles
muscle tissue types
the scientific study of muscles
• Maintain posture and body position... • Movement... • Heat produc…
• Excitability... o The ability to receive and respond to electr…
• Connective tissue... • Arteries/veins... • Nerves... • Lymphatics... •…
myology
the scientific study of muscles
functions of muscles
• Maintain posture and body position... • Movement... • Heat produc…
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Anatomy Chapter 9 "Muscle and Muscle Tissue"
What are the three main groups of muscle
What do the three groups of muscle dif…
What does the skeletal muscle do
Where is cardiac muscle found
skeletal, cardiac, smooth
function, appearance, control
moves skeleton and skin, referred as striated, voluntary
in the heart
What are the three main groups of muscle
skeletal, cardiac, smooth
What do the three groups of muscle dif…
function, appearance, control
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Anatomy Chapter 9 (Muscles)
fascia
tendon
aponeuroses
myofibrils
Fibrous tissue b/w muscle bundles is called?
Attaches muscle to bone
Broad, fibrous sheets of connective tissue
longitudinal Bundles of protein that do the muscle contraction
fascia
Fibrous tissue b/w muscle bundles is called?
tendon
Attaches muscle to bone
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Chapter 9 Anatomy Muscles
Fascia
Tendon
Aponeuroses
Myofibrils
Layer of fibrous connective tissue that encloses a muscle.
Cord-like or band-like mass of dense connective tissue that c…
Sheet of connective tissue that attaches muscles to bones and…
Any of the thread-like bundles of filaments in muscle cells.
Fascia
Layer of fibrous connective tissue that encloses a muscle.
Tendon
Cord-like or band-like mass of dense connective tissue that c…
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Anatomy Chapter 9: Muscles
Skeletal muscle tissues
Cardiac Muscles
Smooth Muscle Tissues
4 anatomical components of a skeletal…
Function: moves or stabilize the position of the skeleton, gu…
Function: circulates blood, maintains blood pressure. ... Locati…
Function: moves food, urine, reproductive tract secretions, c…
OIAI... O- origin (attached to immovable bone)... I - insertion (at…
Skeletal muscle tissues
Function: moves or stabilize the position of the skeleton, gu…
Cardiac Muscles
Function: circulates blood, maintains blood pressure. ... Locati…
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anatomy (muscles) chapter 9
location of skeletal muscle
location of cardiac muscle
location of smooth muscle
shape/appearance of skeletal muscles
attached to bones or skin
walls of heart
in walls of hollow organs (except heart), digestive tract, bl…
single, very long, cylindrical, multinucleate cells with obvi…
location of skeletal muscle
attached to bones or skin
location of cardiac muscle
walls of heart
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Chapter 9 Anatomy - muscles
Olfactory
Optic
Oculometer
Trochlear
Sense of smell 1
Vision 2
Eye Muscles 3
One external eyes muscle 4
Olfactory
Sense of smell 1
Optic
Vision 2
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Anatomy Chapter 9: Muscles
Sternocleidomastiod
Trapezius
Deltoid
Pectoralis major
O: clavicle and menubrium... I: mastoid process area... A: flexes n…
O: occipital bone and thoracic vertebrae... I: clavicle and scap…
O: clavicle and scapula ... I: humerus ... A: abducts at shoulder…
O: ribs 2-6, body of sternum, and clavicle ... I: humerus ... A: fl…
Sternocleidomastiod
O: clavicle and menubrium... I: mastoid process area... A: flexes n…
Trapezius
O: occipital bone and thoracic vertebrae... I: clavicle and scap…
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Chapter 9- Muscles and Muscle Tissues
Types of Muscle Tissue
Skeletal Muscle Tissue
Cardiac Muscle Tissue
Smooth Muscle Tissue
DIFFER in cell structure, body location, function, and the me…
-Covers bony skeleton... -Fibers longest of all muscle cell type…
-Found only in the heart. ... -STRIATIONS and INVOLUNTARY.... -Can…
-Found in walls of hollow organs--(digestive,urinary bladder,…
Types of Muscle Tissue
DIFFER in cell structure, body location, function, and the me…
Skeletal Muscle Tissue
-Covers bony skeleton... -Fibers longest of all muscle cell type…
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Anatomy chapter 9 muscles
Pectoral major
Teres minor
Deltoid
Latissimus dorsi
Flexes shoulder, adducts and rotates arm medially
Rotates are laterally , origin: lateral border of scapula
Lateral portion abducts arm.... Anterior portion flexes shoulder…
Extends shoulder adducts and rotates are medially or depresse…
Pectoral major
Flexes shoulder, adducts and rotates arm medially
Teres minor
Rotates are laterally , origin: lateral border of scapula
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Muscles of the... Chapter 9 anatomy
muscles of the head
muscles that assist in mastication
muscles that move the neck
muscles of the abdomen that protect ab…
orbicularis oculi, orbicularis oris, buccinators
massester
sternocleidomastoid
external oblique, internal oblique, transversus abdominus, re…
muscles of the head
orbicularis oculi, orbicularis oris, buccinators
muscles that assist in mastication
massester
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ANATOMY CHAPTER 9 MUSCLES
What makes a muscle a muscle
name some muscle functions
MOVEMENT
maintaining posture, stabilizing joint…
excitability(irritability), contractility(shorten), extensibi…
movement, maintaining posture, stabilizing joints, heat gener…
includes all 3 types of tissue
is the skeletal muscle
What makes a muscle a muscle
excitability(irritability), contractility(shorten), extensibi…
name some muscle functions
movement, maintaining posture, stabilizing joints, heat gener…
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Anatomy 250: Chapter 9 - Muscles and Muscle Tissues
Skeletal muscle? -voluntary, striated,…
Where can skeletal muscle be found?
Cardiac muscle? -voluntary, striated,…
Where can cardiac muscle be found?
-Striated... -Voluntary... -Contracts rapidly with nervous system... -…
Organs attached to bones and skin
-Striated... -Involuntary... -Contracts without CNS... -Uni or binucle…
Heart; heart walls
Skeletal muscle? -voluntary, striated,…
-Striated... -Voluntary... -Contracts rapidly with nervous system... -…
Where can skeletal muscle be found?
Organs attached to bones and skin
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Anatomy Muscle Chapter 9
Skeletal Muscle Functions
Skeletal Muscle
Cardiac Muscle
Smooth Muscle
Produce skeletal movement ... Maintain posture and body position…
Single Cylindrical Striated Cells ... Controlled Voluntary
Branching Chains Striated Cells ... Intercalated Discs of Severa…
Nonstriated Cells ... Controlled Involuntary
Skeletal Muscle Functions
Produce skeletal movement ... Maintain posture and body position…
Skeletal Muscle
Single Cylindrical Striated Cells ... Controlled Voluntary
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Anatomy Chapter 9 Muscles
List the 3 types of muscle tissue
involuntary movements of the digestive…
muscles responsible for moving a body…
muscles responsible for moving a body…
skeletal, cardiac, and smooth
peristalsis
abduction
adduction
List the 3 types of muscle tissue
skeletal, cardiac, and smooth
involuntary movements of the digestive…
peristalsis
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Anatomy chapter 9- Muscles
What does it mean by muscles are excit…
How is muscle like nervous tissue?
Unlike nerves, what can muscles do?
What are the functions of muscles?
They are able to move/propagate action potentials but cant ma…
They both conduct electricity and have the ability to respond…
They can contract and extend, and are elastic
They create motion (with the m=help of nerves, bones, joints)…
What does it mean by muscles are excit…
They are able to move/propagate action potentials but cant ma…
How is muscle like nervous tissue?
They both conduct electricity and have the ability to respond…
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