Flashcards in Chapter 6 Deck (35):
Muscles that move limbs towards the body.
Most familiar muscle of the forearm.
Muscle in the back of the that help flex the leg
Flat thin muscle in the wall of the cheek
Attached to the front, side, and rear of the shoulder
Muscle that when contracted extends or straightens a limb.
Extend from tubercles of the ribs
Largest and most superficial of the three flat muscles of the abdomen.
Helps flex ankle
Muscle that when contracted bends a limb.
Muscle that covers front part of the skull.
Flexes knee and foot.
Largest of the three muscles that move the thigh
Second largest of the three muscles that move the thigh.
Abdominal muscle located beneath the external abdominal oblique.
Pair of large, roughly triangular muscles covering lower back.
Muscle that runs through rear part of cheek.
Muscle in face that closes eyelids
Large fan-shaped muscle that covers most of the upper chest.
Joins sternum to pubis
One of four quadricep muscles.
Long narrow muscle running across the front of each thigh from the hipbone to the inside of the leg below the knee.
Muscle in back of thigh.
One of the three hamstring muscles.
Broad muscle in lower calf
Pair of long muscles that connect the sternum, clavicle, and mastoid
Fan-shaped muscle that runs from side of the skull to the back of lower jaw
Originates in the upper 2/3 of the lateral surface of the tibia.
Either of a pair of large triangular muscles
One of several muscles having three points of attachment at one end.
Muscle located on the thigh.
Part of the quadriceps muscle group.
Muscle of facial expression.
Large muscle at the front of the thigh.