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Human Anatomy: Physiology of the Muscular System
Muscle
Flesh
Skeletal Muscle
Muscle fiber
myo- and mys-
sarco-
multi-nucleated cells, striated, voluntary
single cell that contracts in response to a stimulation; thin…
Muscle
myo- and mys-
Flesh
sarco-
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Human Anatomy and Physiology- Muscular System
skeletal
cardiac
epimysium
fascia
muscle tissue that is under voluntary control
muscle tissue that is mono-nucleated, has striations and is s…
tougher connective tissue that surrounds a bundle of fascicles
sheet-like connective tissue that surrounds a bundle of fasci…
skeletal
muscle tissue that is under voluntary control
cardiac
muscle tissue that is mono-nucleated, has striations and is s…
81 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology: Muscular System
Define origin
True or False: Insertion is the least…
What is a movement at an angle?
Fexion is...?... a. angle gets larger... b.…
Least movable attachment to bone
False
Action
B
Define origin
Least movable attachment to bone
True or False: Insertion is the least…
False
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Human Anatomy and Physiology Muscular System
What features distinguish the three ty…
List the general functions of muscular…
What are the three types of muscular t…
Describe the properties of muscular ti…
cell structure, body location, connective tissue components
movement (contractility, excitability, extensibility, and ela…
skeletal, smooth, and cardiac
striated, multinucleate, and voluntary... --Found attached to bo…
What features distinguish the three ty…
cell structure, body location, connective tissue components
List the general functions of muscular…
movement (contractility, excitability, extensibility, and ela…
38 terms
Human Anatomy & Physiology; The Muscular System
Patella
Flabella
Bursa
Synovial Fluid
sesamoid bone in tendon of femoris quadricep muscle.
calcium/body deposit evident posterior to the knee joint (cou…
fluid filled sac to prevent friction of a tendon while moving…
normal fluid in and around the joint providing nutrition and…
Patella
sesamoid bone in tendon of femoris quadricep muscle.
Flabella
calcium/body deposit evident posterior to the knee joint (cou…
43 terms
6 - Muscular System, Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology, Marieb
Muscles
Skeletal Muscle
Endomysium
Perimysium
A type of tissue which is responsible for movement in body. T…
One of the three types of muscles. Muscles move voluntarily a…
A connective tissue wrapping which wraps itself around a sing…
A connective tissue wrapping which wraps itself around a fasc…
Muscles
A type of tissue which is responsible for movement in body. T…
Skeletal Muscle
One of the three types of muscles. Muscles move voluntarily a…
53 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology-Muscular System Unit
Four Properties of Muscle Cells
Contractibility
Excitability
Extensibility
Contractibility, excitability, extensibility, elasticity
Ability of cells to shorten in length
Ability to receive and respond to stimulus
Ability to increase in length
Four Properties of Muscle Cells
Contractibility, excitability, extensibility, elasticity
Contractibility
Ability of cells to shorten in length
110 terms
MUSCULAR SYSTEM / AXIAL MUSCULATURE / Human Anatomy & Physiology
The nerve supply to a particular struc…
head, neck, vertebral column, oblique,…
Location: head and neck. Not vertebral…
location: vertebral column... function:…
What does innervation refer to?
List the four groups of axial muscles ... 1. Muscles of the ____…
Give the anatomical location and function of the "muscles of…
Give the anatomical location and function of the "muscles of…
The nerve supply to a particular struc…
What does innervation refer to?
head, neck, vertebral column, oblique,…
List the four groups of axial muscles ... 1. Muscles of the ____…
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Anatomy and Physiology, Muscular System
Bicep
Tricep
Pectorals
Abdominals
This muscle is located on the front of the upper arm.
This muscle is located on the back of the upper arm.
These muscles are located at the front of the chest.
These muscles are in the middle of the body below the pectora…
Bicep
This muscle is located on the front of the upper arm.
Tricep
This muscle is located on the back of the upper arm.
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Muscular System, Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology, Marieb Ch. 6
Muscles
Skeletal Muscle
Endomysium
Perimysium
A type of tissue which is responsible for movement in body. T…
One of the three types of muscles. Muscles move voluntarily a…
A connective tissue wrapping which wraps itself around a sing…
A connective tissue wrapping which wraps itself around a fasc…
Muscles
A type of tissue which is responsible for movement in body. T…
Skeletal Muscle
One of the three types of muscles. Muscles move voluntarily a…
57 terms
Muscular System, Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology, Marieb Ch. 6
Muscles
Skeletal Muscle
Endomysium
Perimysium
A type of tissue which is responsible for movement in body. T…
One of the three types of muscles. Muscles move voluntarily a…
A connective tissue wrapping which wraps itself around a sing…
A connective tissue wrapping which wraps itself around a fasc…
Muscles
A type of tissue which is responsible for movement in body. T…
Skeletal Muscle
One of the three types of muscles. Muscles move voluntarily a…
27 terms
Human Physiology and Anatomy-Full Body Muscular System
Frontalis
Temporalis
Masseter
Buccinator
Frontalis
Temporalis
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Muscular System, Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology, Marieb Ch. 6
Muscles
Skeletal Muscle
Endomysium
Perimysium
A type of tissue which is responsible for movement in body. T…
One of the three types of muscles. Muscles move voluntarily a…
A connective tissue wrapping which wraps itself around a sing…
A connective tissue wrapping which wraps itself around a fasc…
Muscles
A type of tissue which is responsible for movement in body. T…
Skeletal Muscle
One of the three types of muscles. Muscles move voluntarily a…
Human Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 10: The Muscular System
prime mover
antagonist
synergist
fixator
the agonist. the muscle responsible for producing a specific…
muscle that opposes or is reverse of the prime mover
muscle that helps prime mover
muscle (synergist) stabilizing a bone, joint, or origin
prime mover
the agonist. the muscle responsible for producing a specific…
antagonist
muscle that opposes or is reverse of the prime mover
29 terms
Human anatomy and physiology ch. 6 muscular system
sacrolemma
smooth
isotonic
flexion
term meaning "muscle husk"
muscle type; non-striated, involuntary
contraction type; as in bending knee
movement that decreases angle between two bones
sacrolemma
term meaning "muscle husk"
smooth
muscle type; non-striated, involuntary
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Anatomy and Physiology : Muscular System
Endomysium
Epimysium
perimysium
fascicle
skin around single muscle fiber ( between fibers)
connective tissue inciting the entire muscle.
connective tissue surronding a fascicle
A discrete bundle of muscle cells
Endomysium
skin around single muscle fiber ( between fibers)
Epimysium
connective tissue inciting the entire muscle.
55 terms
Hole's Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology 11th Edition Chapter 8 Muscular System
Tendons
Point of Insertion
Point of Origin
Aponeuroses
Composed of dense fibrous connective tissue.... Binds muscle to…
more movable bony attachment of the muscle, is pulled toward…
less movable bony attachment of the muscle
flattened sheet-like tendons... Ex. on skull
Tendons
Composed of dense fibrous connective tissue.... Binds muscle to…
Point of Insertion
more movable bony attachment of the muscle, is pulled toward…
72 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Muscular System
Orbicularis Oculi
Orbicularis Oris
Temporalis
Masseter
Closes eye
Closes lips
Elevates mandible
Elevates mandible
Orbicularis Oculi
Closes eye
Orbicularis Oris
Closes lips
36 terms
Hole's Human Anatomy & Physiology - Chp 9 Muscular System
Deltoid
Pectoralis major
Biceps brachii
Brachioradialis
Deltoid
Pectoralis major
Human Anatomy - Muscular System
Trapezius
Pectoralis Minor
Levator Scapulae
Rhomboid Major
Origin: Occipital bone and spines of cervical and thoracic ve…
Origin: Sternal ends of upper ribs... Insertion: Coracoid proces…
Origin: Transverse process of cervical vertebrae... Insertion: M…
Origin: Spines of upper thoracic vertebrae... Insertion: Medial…
Trapezius
Origin: Occipital bone and spines of cervical and thoracic ve…
Pectoralis Minor
Origin: Sternal ends of upper ribs... Insertion: Coracoid proces…
55 terms
Hole's Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology 11th Edition Chapter 8 Muscular System
Point of Insertion
Tendons
Point of Origin
Aponeuroses
more movable bony attachment of the muscle, is pulled toward…
Composed of dense fibrous connective tissue.... Binds muscle to…
less movable bony attachment of the muscle
flattened sheet-like tendons... Ex. on skull
Point of Insertion
more movable bony attachment of the muscle, is pulled toward…
Tendons
Composed of dense fibrous connective tissue.... Binds muscle to…
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Human Anatomy and Physiology: Muscular System Review Questions
What part of the muscle is covered by…
What part of the muscle organ is the m…
Describe 4 functions of the muscular s…
Compare isotonic and isometric muscle…
A muscle fiber
The actual muscle cell
Movement, Posture, Joint Stability, heat production
Isotonic: Force by changing length of muscle. Isometric: Forc…
What part of the muscle is covered by…
A muscle fiber
What part of the muscle organ is the m…
The actual muscle cell
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Human Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 10: The Muscular System
prime mover
antagonist
synergist
fixator
the agonist. the muscle responsible for producing a specific…
muscle that opposes or is reverse of the prime mover
muscle that helps prime mover
muscle (synergist) stabilizing a bone, joint, or origin
prime mover
the agonist. the muscle responsible for producing a specific…
antagonist
muscle that opposes or is reverse of the prime mover
35 terms
Human Anatomy & Physiology Ch. 6 The Muscular System
B
A
D
C
The I band within a skeletal muscle fiber is indicated by let…
The A band within a skeletal muscle fiber is indicated by let…
The bare zone of the A band lacks thin filaments and is repre…
The myofilament composed of actin is indicated by letter:
B
The I band within a skeletal muscle fiber is indicated by let…
A
The A band within a skeletal muscle fiber is indicated by let…
55 terms
Ch 9 Muscular System A&P- Holes Human Anatomy and Physiology
calat
erg
fasc
-gram
something inserted
Work: synergist, a muscle that works with a prime mover produ…
bundle
suffix for something written
calat
something inserted
erg
Work: synergist, a muscle that works with a prime mover produ…
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Human Anatomy and Physiology: muscular system terms.
Origin
Insertion
Action
Flexion
Attachment point (usually a bone) which DOES NOT change posit…
Attachment point (usually a bone) which DOES change position…
Movement of a body part produced by the contraction of a musc…
Reduction of the angle between two articulated bones.
Origin
Attachment point (usually a bone) which DOES NOT change posit…
Insertion
Attachment point (usually a bone) which DOES change position…
63 terms
Hole's Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology 11th Edition Chapter 8 Muscular System
Tendons
Point of Insertion
Point of Origin
Aponeuroses
Composed of dense fibrous connective tissue.... Binds muscle to…
more movable bony attachment of the muscle, is pulled toward…
less movable bony attachment of the muscle
flattened sheet-like tendons... Ex. on skull;attaches to bone or…
Tendons
Composed of dense fibrous connective tissue.... Binds muscle to…
Point of Insertion
more movable bony attachment of the muscle, is pulled toward…
55 terms
Hole's Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology 11th Edition Chapter 8 Muscular System
Tendons
Point of Insertion
Point of Origin
Aponeuroses
Composed of dense fibrous connective tissue.... Binds muscle to…
more movable bony attachment of the muscle, is pulled toward…
less movable bony attachment of the muscle
flattened sheet-like tendons... Ex. on skull
Tendons
Composed of dense fibrous connective tissue.... Binds muscle to…
Point of Insertion
more movable bony attachment of the muscle, is pulled toward…
30 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 10: The Muscular System
prime mover
antagonist
synergist
fixator
the agonist. the muscle responsible for producing a specific…
muscle that opposes or is reverse of the prime mover
muscle that helps prime mover
muscle (synergist) stabilizing a bone, joint, or origin
prime mover
the agonist. the muscle responsible for producing a specific…
antagonist
muscle that opposes or is reverse of the prime mover
25 terms
Human Physiology - The Muscular System
temporalis
masseter
platysma
frontalis
temporalis
masseter
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Human Anatomy: The Muscular System
Five Skeletal muscle functions
Muscle Fiber
Epimysium
Perimysium
Movement, maintaining posture, supporting soft tissues, guard…
a single muscle cell
covers the entire muscle
divides muscles into bundles called fascicles; contains the b…
Five Skeletal muscle functions
Movement, maintaining posture, supporting soft tissues, guard…
Muscle Fiber
a single muscle cell
55 terms
Hole's Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology 11th Edition Chapter 8 Muscular System
Tendons
Point of Insertion
Point of Origin
Aponeuroses
Composed of dense fibrous connective tissue.... Binds muscle to…
more movable bony attachment of the muscle, is pulled toward…
less movable bony attachment of the muscle
flattened sheet-like tendons... Ex. on skull
Tendons
Composed of dense fibrous connective tissue.... Binds muscle to…
Point of Insertion
more movable bony attachment of the muscle, is pulled toward…
145 terms
Muscular System: Anatomy and Physiology
Muscle organization affects?
Fascicles:
Classification of skeletal muscles is…
Four patterns of fascicle organization…
Power, range and speed of muscle movement
Muscle cell (fibers) that are organized in bundles.
The way fascicles are organized and by relationships of fasci…
1. Parallel... 2. Convergent... 3. Pennate ... 4. Circular
Muscle organization affects?
Power, range and speed of muscle movement
Fascicles:
Muscle cell (fibers) that are organized in bundles.
30 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 10: The Muscular System
prime mover
antagonist
synergist
fixator
the agonist. the muscle responsible for producing a specific…
muscle that opposes or is reverse of the prime mover
muscle that helps prime mover
muscle (synergist) stabilizing a bone, joint, or origin
prime mover
the agonist. the muscle responsible for producing a specific…
antagonist
muscle that opposes or is reverse of the prime mover
63 terms
Human Anatomy & Physiology: Muscular System (3)
Introduction
Skeletal Muscles
Cardiac Muscle (location & description)
Smooth Muscle Location
-All movements require muscle, which are organs, using chemic…
-Organs attached to bones and skin... -Elongated cells called mu…
-Only in heart; bulk of heart walls ... -Striated- branching fib…
-In walls of hollow organs, e.g., stomach, urinary bladder, a…
Introduction
-All movements require muscle, which are organs, using chemic…
Skeletal Muscles
-Organs attached to bones and skin... -Elongated cells called mu…
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Human Anatomy and Physiology: Topic 7: The Muscular System
fascia
aponeuroses
myofibrils
myosin
a thin sheath of fibrous tissue enclosing a muscle or other o…
a sheet of pearly-white fibrous tissue that takes the place o…
any of the elongated contractile threads found in striated mu…
a fibrous protein that forms (together with actin) the contra…
fascia
a thin sheath of fibrous tissue enclosing a muscle or other o…
aponeuroses
a sheet of pearly-white fibrous tissue that takes the place o…
50 terms
Human Anatomy Ch 8 Muscular System
flexes arm at the elbow; supinates for…
extends arm at the elbow
closes eyelid
closes jaw
biceps brachii
triceps brachii
orbicularis oculi
masseter
flexes arm at the elbow; supinates for…
biceps brachii
extends arm at the elbow
triceps brachii
24 terms
Holes Essentials of Human Anatomy And Physiology 8th Edition Chapter 8 Muscular System: Review Exercises Part B
Buccinator
Epicranius
Orbicularis oris
Platysma
Compresses cheek
raises eyebrows
closes lips
Extends over neck from chest to face
Buccinator
Compresses cheek
Epicranius
raises eyebrows
24 terms
Holes Essentials of Human Anatomy And Physiology 8th Edition Chapter 8 Muscular System: Review Exercises Part B
Buccinator
Epicranius
Orbicularis oris
Platysma
Compresses cheek
raises eyebrows
closes lips
Extends over neck from chest to face
Buccinator
Compresses cheek
Epicranius
raises eyebrows
81 terms
Anatomy & Physiology of the Muscular System
Abduction
Adduction
Actin
Acetylcholine
movement of the limb or structure away from the median plane…
movement of the limb or structure toward the median plane of…
thin protein filament
neurotransmitter used during neuromuscular junction
Abduction
movement of the limb or structure away from the median plane…
Adduction
movement of the limb or structure toward the median plane of…
Essentials of Anatomy and physiology 6th edition chapter 7 muscular system
excitability, contractibility, extensi…
excitability
contractibility
extensibility
What are the four characteristics of muscles?
the ability to receive and respond to stimuli
tissue can shorten and thicken
tissue can length
excitability, contractibility, extensi…
What are the four characteristics of muscles?
excitability
the ability to receive and respond to stimuli
36 terms
Hole's Human Anatomy & Physiology - Chp 9 Muscular System
Deltoid
Pectoralis major
Biceps brachii
Brachioradialis
Deltoid
Pectoralis major
48 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Muscular System
Sarcolemma
Myofibrils, Transverse Tubules, Sarcop…
Transverse Tubules and Sarcoplasmic re…
Myofibrils
Cell membrane that encloses each muscle cell
All of these are organelles of the sarcoplasm
Store and release calcium ions
Cylindrical organelles that make up about 80% of fiber's volume
Sarcolemma
Cell membrane that encloses each muscle cell
Myofibrils, Transverse Tubules, Sarcop…
All of these are organelles of the sarcoplasm
44 terms
Anatomy & Physiology Muscular System
Skeletal, Cardiac, Smooth
Produce movement, maintain posture, st…
Sacromere
Smooth Muscle
3 Basic Muscle Types:
Function of Skeletal Muscles
Contractile unit of a muscle fiber.
Uni-nucleate, involuntary, no striations.
Skeletal, Cardiac, Smooth
3 Basic Muscle Types:
Produce movement, maintain posture, st…
Function of Skeletal Muscles
65 terms
Anatomy and Physiology- Muscular System
frontal belly
occipital belly
epicranial aponeurosis
orbicularis oculi
frontal belly
occipital belly
Muscular System (Anatomy and Physiology)
Frontalis
Orbicularis Oculi
Zygomaticus Major
Zygomaticus Minor
Action: elevation of eyebrows... creases skin of forehead... moves…
Action: Closes eyelids (blink/wink)... Origin: Frontal bone... Max…
Action: Elevation of corner of mouth (smile)... Origin: Zygomat…
Action: Elevation of upper lip... Produces nasolabial furrow... Or…
Frontalis
Action: elevation of eyebrows... creases skin of forehead... moves…
Orbicularis Oculi
Action: Closes eyelids (blink/wink)... Origin: Frontal bone... Max…
15 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Muscular system
Muscular system
Things muscle cells must exhibit (CECEE)
Muscle cells ( REMEMBER HER PICTURE)
Muscle cross Section (LOOK AT HER PICT…
Group of cells working together... - striated skeletal... - smooth…
1. Excitability... --ability to respond to stimulus. If voltage…
-Muscle Tissue made up of many muscle cells... -- EX: Tendon con…
Her picture is a cross section of muscle cell... --Epimysium- Co…
Muscular system
Group of cells working together... - striated skeletal... - smooth…
Things muscle cells must exhibit (CECEE)
1. Excitability... --ability to respond to stimulus. If voltage…
87 terms
Human Anatomy - Muscular System:
m. trapezius
m. trapezius
m. Latissimus Dorsi
m. levator scapulae
m. trapezius
m. trapezius
50 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Muscular system
Frontalis
Orbicularis oris
Orbicularis oculi
Occipitofrontalis
Frontalis
Orbicularis oris
67 terms
Mader's Understanding Human Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 7 Muscular system Part A Micro
Smooth Muscle
Cardiac Muscle
Skeletal Muscle
ENDOmysium
-Appearance: ... *cell narrow , ... *tapered, ... -DOES NOT have STR…
-Involuntary muscle forms the heart wall.... - does NOT require…
-STRIATED, ... -MULTInucleated cells ... -cylibdrical... -usually atta…
-thin layer of Areolar connective tissue that surrounds each…
Smooth Muscle
-Appearance: ... *cell narrow , ... *tapered, ... -DOES NOT have STR…
Cardiac Muscle
-Involuntary muscle forms the heart wall.... - does NOT require…
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