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7 terms
A&P: Muscle Tissues
Location of cardiac muscle
Location of smooth muscle
Location of skeletal muscle
Function of muscle tissue
Heart
Inside organs like blood vessels and stomach
Attached to bones
Contract or shorten to produce movement
Location of cardiac muscle
Heart
Location of smooth muscle
Inside organs like blood vessels and stomach
77 terms
Muscle A&P
antagonistic, agonistic or synergistic
stabilizer
Muscles can be arranged as _?_ pairs which perform opposite f…
Two _?_ muscles can cause opposite motions across the same jo…
antagonistic, agonistic or synergistic
Muscles can be arranged as _?_ pairs which perform opposite f…
stabilizer
Two _?_ muscles can cause opposite motions across the same jo…
Muscle Structure A&P
type of cell found in muscle tissue.... T…
myocytes that constitute a skeletal mu…
layer of tissue surrounding muscle cel…
layer of connective tissue that surrou…
MYOCYTES
MUSCLE FIBERS
ENDOMYSIUM
PERIMYSIUM
type of cell found in muscle tissue.... T…
MYOCYTES
myocytes that constitute a skeletal mu…
MUSCLE FIBERS
109 terms
A&P Muscle Tissue
Skeletal muscle characteristics
Cardiac muscle characteristics
Smooth muscle characteristics
3 synonyms for muscle cell
voluntary... unbranched... multinucleated... striated
involuntary... branched... striated... nucleus
involuntary... unbranched... non-striated
muscle fiber... myofiber... myocyte
Skeletal muscle characteristics
voluntary... unbranched... multinucleated... striated
Cardiac muscle characteristics
involuntary... branched... striated... nucleus
8 terms
Anatomy of a Skeletal Muscle
Perimysium
Epimysium
Fascicle
tendon
Perimysium
Epimysium
68 terms
A&P Muscle Exam
Endomysium
Fascicle
The tissue that binds muscles into fun…
Perimysium
What label is B
What label is D
What label is A
What label is E
Endomysium
What label is B
Fascicle
What label is D
45 terms
Muscle Physiology A
frontalis
occipitalis
temporalis
masseter
What is label (head01) A?
What is label (head01) B?
What is label (head01) C?
What is label (head01) D?
frontalis
What is label (head01) A?
occipitalis
What is label (head01) B?
35 terms
a muscle
Endomysium
Epimysium
Fascia
Fasicle
surrounds individual muscle fibers
connective tissue sheath that surrounds the entire muscle
Fibrous membrane separating and enveloping muscles
bundle of muscle fibers
Endomysium
surrounds individual muscle fibers
Epimysium
connective tissue sheath that surrounds the entire muscle
42 terms
A&P: Muscle Lab Test
Hip Adductors
Biceps Brachii
Brachialis
Deltoid
adductor minimus, adductor brevis, adductor longus, adductor…
Flexes elbow and supinates forearm
Flexes elbow
A large triangular muscle covering the shoulder joint and ser…
Hip Adductors
adductor minimus, adductor brevis, adductor longus, adductor…
Biceps Brachii
Flexes elbow and supinates forearm
50 terms
A&P Muscle pictures
Masseter
Temporalis
Zygomaticus major and minor
Procerus
Masseter
Temporalis
78 terms
Muscle A&P
agonist/antagonist (antagonist pairs)
As one muscle contracts, the other rel…
one (muscle), opposite (motions)
stabilizer
There are _?_/_?_ pairs of muscles.
Definition antagonistic pairs of muscles.
stabilizer muscles have _?_ muscle with _?_ motions.
_?_ muscles have one muscle with opposite motions
agonist/antagonist (antagonist pairs)
There are _?_/_?_ pairs of muscles.
As one muscle contracts, the other rel…
Definition antagonistic pairs of muscles.
A+P: Muscle Practical
Frontal Belly of the Epicranius
Orbicularis oris
Orbicularis oculi
Buccinator
raise eyebrows, wrinkle forehead skin
compress & purse lips
closes eye
compress cheek
Frontal Belly of the Epicranius
raise eyebrows, wrinkle forehead skin
Orbicularis oris
compress & purse lips
22 terms
Muscle and Muscle Tissue Part A
Skeletal and smooth muscle cells are e…
The prefix 'myo' or 'mys' or 'sarco' r…
Characteristics... I. Cells are long fibe…
Characteristics... I. Occurs only in the…
muscle fibers
muscles
Skeletal muscle tissue
Cardiac muscle tissue
Skeletal and smooth muscle cells are e…
muscle fibers
The prefix 'myo' or 'mys' or 'sarco' r…
muscles
121 terms
A & P Muscle and Muscle Tissue
skeletal muscle
skeletal muscle tissue
cardiac muscle tissue
smooth muscle tissue
organs that attach to and cover the bony skeleton
skeletal, striated, and voluntary
cardiac, striated, and involuntary
visceral, nonstriated, and involuntary
skeletal muscle
organs that attach to and cover the bony skeleton
skeletal muscle tissue
skeletal, striated, and voluntary
28 terms
A&P: Muscle Names
bi
tri
quad
minimus
two
three
four
smallest
bi
two
tri
three
A & P- Muscle and skeletal muscle Concepts
Muscle classification criteria
Muscle types
muscles that are striated
muscles that are involuntary
striations... nervous control... # of nuclei
skeletal... cardiac... smooth
skeletal and cardiac
cardiac and smooth
Muscle classification criteria
striations... nervous control... # of nuclei
Muscle types
skeletal... cardiac... smooth
8 terms
Anatomy of a skeletal muscle
Perimysium
Epimysium
Fascicle
tendon
Perimysium
Epimysium
116 terms
A & P Muscle and Muscle Tissue
skeletal muscle
skeletal muscle tissue
cardiac muscle tissue
smooth muscle tissue
organs that attach to and cover the bony skeleton
skeletal, striated, and voluntary
cardiac, striated, and involuntary
visceral, nonstriated, and involuntary
skeletal muscle
organs that attach to and cover the bony skeleton
skeletal muscle tissue
skeletal, striated, and voluntary
A & P Muscle and Muscle Tissue
skeletal muscle
skeletal muscle tissue
cardiac muscle tissue
smooth muscle tissue
organs that attach to and cover the bony skeleton
skeletal, striated, and voluntary
cardiac, striated, and involuntary
visceral, nonstriated, and involuntary
skeletal muscle
organs that attach to and cover the bony skeleton
skeletal muscle tissue
skeletal, striated, and voluntary
121 terms
A & P Muscle and Muscle Tissue
skeletal muscle
skeletal muscle tissue
cardiac muscle tissue
smooth muscle tissue
organs that attach to and cover the bony skeleton
skeletal, striated, and voluntary
cardiac, striated, and involuntary
visceral, nonstriated, and involuntary
skeletal muscle
organs that attach to and cover the bony skeleton
skeletal muscle tissue
skeletal, striated, and voluntary
Muscles A
muscle is a highly _____ and ______ __…
Powers most functions: L I C M R
Muscles are responsible for _______, _…
Muscle Action: Muscle always _____, ge…
vascularized, innervated, contractile
Locomotion, ingestion, circulation, movement of food through…
voluntary body movement, heart function, involuntary
contracts, mechanical force
muscle is a highly _____ and ______ __…
vascularized, innervated, contractile
Powers most functions: L I C M R
Locomotion, ingestion, circulation, movement of food through…
60 terms
A & P Muscle practical muscles
Occipitofrontalis
Orbicularis oris
Zygomaticus major
Depressor Anguli Oris
ELEVATES EYEBROW; DRAWS SCALP ANTERIORLY
CLOSES, PROTRUDES AND PURSES LIPS
ELEVATES CORNER OF MOUTH (SMILE) blue arrow
DEPRESSES CORNERS OF MOUTH (POUT)
Occipitofrontalis
ELEVATES EYEBROW; DRAWS SCALP ANTERIORLY
Orbicularis oris
CLOSES, PROTRUDES AND PURSES LIPS
Anatomy of a Muscle
sarcolemma
myofibril
myofilament
actin
The plasma membrane of muscle cells
Longitudinal fibers that fill the sarcolemma.
These fibers make up the myofibrils and are composed of actin…
The thin myofilament that looks like a strand of twisted beads
sarcolemma
The plasma membrane of muscle cells
myofibril
Longitudinal fibers that fill the sarcolemma.
19 terms
muscle A
skeletal, cardiac, and smooth
actin and myosin
sarcolemma
sarcoplasm
what are the three types of muscle tissue
muscle contraction depends on two kinds of myofilaments called
muscle plasma membrane
cytoplasm of a muscle cellsarcoplasm
skeletal, cardiac, and smooth
what are the three types of muscle tissue
actin and myosin
muscle contraction depends on two kinds of myofilaments called
16 terms
Anatomy of a Muscle
Endomysium
Fascicles
Perimysium
Epimysium
The "loose" connective muscle tissue that encases each indivi…
A bundle of muscle fibers
Layer of thick connective tissue that surrounds each fascicle…
Layer of connective tissue that surrounds the muscle as a who…
Endomysium
The "loose" connective muscle tissue that encases each indivi…
Fascicles
A bundle of muscle fibers
A&P muscle physiology
skeletal muscle
1. movement... 2. posture... 3. joint stabil…
thick filament
thin filament
voluntary/requires consciousness; striated (ordered arrangeme…
4 major functions of skeletal muscle
myosin; 2 heads and a coiled tail; generated by end-on and si…
actin + accessory proteins; two filamentous actin strands twi…
skeletal muscle
voluntary/requires consciousness; striated (ordered arrangeme…
1. movement... 2. posture... 3. joint stabil…
4 major functions of skeletal muscle
16 terms
A&P muscle lower action
Gluteus maximus
gluteus medius
tensor fasciae latae
adductor longus
extension of thigh at hip
abduction of the thigh at hip
abduction of the thigh at hip
adduction of the thigh at hip
Gluteus maximus
extension of thigh at hip
gluteus medius
abduction of the thigh at hip
76 terms
A&P Muscle Physiology
Muscle Functions - Movement
Muscle Functions - Stability
Muscle Functions - Communication
Muscle Functions - Control of openings…
body parts & organ contents
maintain posture
speech, facial expression & writing
sphincters
Muscle Functions - Movement
body parts & organ contents
Muscle Functions - Stability
maintain posture
24 terms
Parts of a muscle
transverse (T) tubule
Sarcoplasm
Fascia
Perimysium
membranous channel extending from inward from muscle fiber me…
cytoplasm of a muscle fiber
connective tissue located between adjacent muscles
Layer of connective tissue that separates a muscle into small…
transverse (T) tubule
membranous channel extending from inward from muscle fiber me…
Sarcoplasm
cytoplasm of a muscle fiber
29 terms
Muscle Tissue Part A
Skeletal Muscle Tissue
Cardiac Muscle Tissue
Smooth Muscle Tissue
What are the 4 characteristics of musc…
Organs attached to bones and skin... Elongated cells called "mus…
Only in the heart... Striated and INVOLUNTARY... Can contract witho…
In walls of hollow organs (visceral) ... Not striated and INVOLU…
Excitability... Contractility... Extensibility ... Elasticity
Skeletal Muscle Tissue
Organs attached to bones and skin... Elongated cells called "mus…
Cardiac Muscle Tissue
Only in the heart... Striated and INVOLUNTARY... Can contract witho…
30 terms
Muscle and a Shovel verses
Matthew 7:21-23
Colossians 3:16-17
2 Thessalonians 1:6-9
Acts 20:28
21 "Not everyone who says to Me, 'Lord, Lord,' shall enter th…
16 Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom,…
6 God is just:He will pay back trouble to those who trouble y…
28 "Therefore take heed to yourselves and to all the flock, a…
Matthew 7:21-23
21 "Not everyone who says to Me, 'Lord, Lord,' shall enter th…
Colossians 3:16-17
16 Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom,…
105 terms
Muscle A&P
skeletal
smooth
cardiac
origin
type of muscle that attaches to bone facilitating movement of…
type of muscle that creates vasodilation and peristalsis
type of muscle that is striated and interwoven
the end of a muscle anchoring to a bone which does not move
skeletal
type of muscle that attaches to bone facilitating movement of…
smooth
type of muscle that creates vasodilation and peristalsis
147 terms
A&P Muscle Practicle
Serratus Anterior
Pectoralis Major
Pectoralis Minor
Rectus Sheath
The muscle that covers the ribs.
Most superficial muscle covering the breast bone.
Under the Pectoralis Major; connecting to the Coracoid Proces…
A strong fibrous sleeve in which the rectus abdominis and pyr…
Serratus Anterior
The muscle that covers the ribs.
Pectoralis Major
Most superficial muscle covering the breast bone.
102 terms
A & P Muscle Identification
Aponeurosis
Retinaculum
Fusiform Fascicles
Parallel Fascicles
broad sheet-like tendon
CT that a group of tendons pass under
type of orientation
type of orientation
Aponeurosis
broad sheet-like tendon
Retinaculum
CT that a group of tendons pass under
108 terms
Muscle Tissue/Muscle Physiology A
Properties of muscle tissue
Excitability
Contractility
Extensibility
1. Excitability... 2. Contractility... 3. Extensibility... 4. Elasticity
ability to respond to stimuli (impulse or electrical responce).
ability to shorten & thicken (generating force to do work)
ability to extend w/o damage to tissue
Properties of muscle tissue
1. Excitability... 2. Contractility... 3. Extensibility... 4. Elasticity
Excitability
ability to respond to stimuli (impulse or electrical responce).
56 terms
Chapter 9: Muscles and Muscle Tissue (A)
Types of Muscle Tissue
Muscle Fibers
Myo or Mys
Sarco
skeletal, cardiac, smooth; each served by one nerve, an arter…
skeletal and smooth muscles; are elongated; diameter ranges f…
root words meaning "muscle"
flesh
Types of Muscle Tissue
skeletal, cardiac, smooth; each served by one nerve, an arter…
Muscle Fibers
skeletal and smooth muscles; are elongated; diameter ranges f…
18 terms
Anatomy of a Skeletal Muscle
endomysium
epimysium
fasicicle
muscle fiber
endomysium
epimysium
Muscle and Muscle tissue: A
What makes up nearly half of the body'…
What energy is transformed in muscle t…
What are the 3 types of muscle tissue?
What are some prefixes for muscle?
Muscle tissue
Chemical energy (ATP) is transformed to directed mechanical e…
Skeletal, Cardiac and Smooth
Myo, mys, and sarco
What makes up nearly half of the body'…
Muscle tissue
What energy is transformed in muscle t…
Chemical energy (ATP) is transformed to directed mechanical e…
144 terms
A&P Muscle and muscle Tissue
what are 3 types of muscle tissue? how…
what are muscle similarities?
what is sarcolemma?
what is sarcoplasm?
skeletal (somatic)... cardiac, ... smooth... they differ in structure,…
skeletal and smooth - muscle cells are elongated and are call…
muscle plasma membrane
cytoplasm of a muscle cell
what are 3 types of muscle tissue? how…
skeletal (somatic)... cardiac, ... smooth... they differ in structure,…
what are muscle similarities?
skeletal and smooth - muscle cells are elongated and are call…
23 terms
Histology of a Muscle Fiber
Z-line
Mitochondria
H-zone
Sarcoplasmic Reticulum
Thin actin filaments are anchored here, then turns into the t…
Supplies ATP, power house of the cell
Middle of the sarcomere, no thin actin filaments here
Calcium storage
Z-line
Thin actin filaments are anchored here, then turns into the t…
Mitochondria
Supplies ATP, power house of the cell
101 terms
A and P: Muscle Practical
splenius
trapezius
rhomboid major
rhomboid minor
splenius
trapezius
43 terms
A&P Muscle Practical
Trapezius
Epicranius
Orbicularis oculi
Buccinator
Trapezius
Epicranius
78 terms
A&P Muscle Identification
Frontalis
Orbicularis Oculi
Nasalis
Levator Labii Superioris
Raises eyebrows and wrinkles forehead
Closes eye
Wrinkles nose and flares nostrils
Raises upper lip
Frontalis
Raises eyebrows and wrinkles forehead
Orbicularis Oculi
Closes eye
Muscle A
Type of muscle that holds a joint in p…
Can connective tissue get excitable or…
What supplies glucose, blood vessels,…
What connects muscle to bone?
fixator
NO- but it is somewhat extensible and elastic
connective tissue
tendons
Type of muscle that holds a joint in p…
fixator
Can connective tissue get excitable or…
NO- but it is somewhat extensible and elastic
121 terms
A & P Muscle and Muscle Tissue
skeletal muscle
skeletal muscle tissue
cardiac muscle tissue
smooth muscle tissue
organs that attach to and cover the bony skeleton
skeletal, striated, and voluntary
cardiac, striated, and involuntary
visceral, nonstriated, and involuntary
skeletal muscle
organs that attach to and cover the bony skeleton
skeletal muscle tissue
skeletal, striated, and voluntary
135 terms
A-5 muscle rebecca
Biceps Brachii
Biceps Brachii
Brachialis
Brachialis
Joint: Shoulder/Elbow
Action: Flexion at elbow and shoulder; supination
Joint: Elbow
Action: Flexion at elbow
Biceps Brachii
Joint: Shoulder/Elbow
Biceps Brachii
Action: Flexion at elbow and shoulder; supination
38 terms
Muscle System A&P
Muscle Functions: 4
Cardiac Muscle
Skeletal Muscle
Involuntary
Movement of bones, maintaining posture, stabilizing joints
Found only in the heart, involuntary, striations
Attached by tendons to bone, cells are multinucleated, volunt…
Movement without "permission" from own thoughts
Muscle Functions: 4
Movement of bones, maintaining posture, stabilizing joints
Cardiac Muscle
Found only in the heart, involuntary, striations
Muscle A&P
voluntary muscles
involuntary muscles
cardiac muscle
smooth muscle
contractions of the muscles are controlled
contractions are controlled by chemical or neurological facto…
involuntary muscle... striated with intercalated discs... found in…
involuntary... no striations... found in the esophagus, stomach, in…
voluntary muscles
contractions of the muscles are controlled
involuntary muscles
contractions are controlled by chemical or neurological facto…
110 terms
A&P Muscle PRACTICAL
Triceps Brachii
Biceps Brachii
Trapezius... Latissimus Dorsi
Rectus Abdominis
Triceps Brachii
Biceps Brachii
A-5 muscle
Biceps Brachii
Biceps Brachii
Brachialis
Brachialis
Joint: Shoulder/Elbow
Action: Flexion at elbow and shoulder; supination
Joint: Elbow
Action: Flexion at elbow
Biceps Brachii
Joint: Shoulder/Elbow
Biceps Brachii
Action: Flexion at elbow and shoulder; supination
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