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12. Skeletal muscles can not...

Extend
In Notability pg. 40. Movement at Joints

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17. In the chicken wing diagram A points to _____.

Flexor
In notability pg. 40. Movement at Joints

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18. In the chicken wing diagram C points to _____.

Extensor
In notability pg. 40. Movement at Joints

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20. In the chicken wing diagram D points to _______.

Triceps bracii and Biceps bracii
In Notability pg. 47. Lab - A look beneath the Skin

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21. Muscles that are not under your conscious control are...

Involuntary
In notability pg. 44. WKST- The Muscular System (+ Notes)

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29. What type of joint is circled in the Bone of the Chicken wing?

Hinge
In notability pg. 40. Movement at Joints

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30. Exercise is important for muscles because it...

Helps maintain strength and flexibility

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32. Where is smooth muscle found?

Inside many internal organs, such as the somatic and blood vessels
In Notability pg. 42. CLF MuscleTissues

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33. Which of the following is an extensor
Triceps bracii
Biceps bracii

None of them!
In Notability pg. 39. CLF Exterior Muscle of the Body

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35. Skeletal muscles must work in pairs because...

Muscle cells can only contract
In Notability pg. 44. WKST- The Muscular System (+ Notes)

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37. Which type of muscle reacts and tires quickly?

Skeletal muscle
In Notability pg. 42. CLF MuscleTissues

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39. When you use a pencil for writing, which type of muscle- Cardiac, smooth, skeletal - moves your fingers?

Skeletal
In Notability pg. 42. CLF MuscleTissues

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40. Which type of muscle is indicated by skeletal?

Skeletal muscle
In Notability pg. 42. CLF MuscleTissues

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41. Tell whether each type of tissue is voluntary or involuntary.

A and B are involuntary - C are voluntary
In Notability pg. 42. CLF MuscleTissues

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42. Which type of muscle tissue - Cardiac, smooth, skeletal- is found in the stomach? What is this type of muscle tissue called?

B, Smooth
In Notability pg 42. CLF MuscleTissues

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44. Muscles used in closing jaw. Which is the major muscle to close the jaw?

Masseter and temporalis
In Notability pg. 46. CLF Muscles of the Head

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45. Used to frowning

Frontalis
In Notability pg .46. CLF Muscles of the Head

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46. Used to blinking and winking

Oblique ocular
In Notability pg. 46. CLF Muscles of the Head

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47. Used to pull in your cheeks or blow a trumpet

Buckinator
In Notability pg. 46. CLF Muscles of the Head

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49. Raises the shoulders

Trapezius extension
In Notability pg. 39. CLF Exterior Muscle of the Body

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54. Where do you find External oblique

F on pg.39. CLF Exterior Muscle of the Body Notability

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55. Where do you find Latissimus dorsi?

D on pg. 39. CLF Exterior Muscle of the Body (notability)

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56. Where do you find rectus abdoiminis

E on pg. 39. CLF Exterior Muscle of the Body (Notability)

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58. Makes a prominent bulge as it flexes at the elbow

Biceps brachii
In Notability pg. 39. CLF Exterior Muscle of the Body

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60. Where do you find the deltoid

C & B on pg.39. CLF Exterior Muscle of the Body (Notability)

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62. Where do you find Tibias anterior

I on pg. 39. CLF Exterior Muscle of the Body (notability)

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63. Which muscle contracts so that you can bend your leg at the knee?

Biceps femoris
In Notability pg. 39. CLF Exterior Muscle of the Body

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64. Where do you find Pectoralis major?

B, on pg.39. CLF Exterior Muscle of the Body ( notability)

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65. Where do you find the hamstring?

H, on pg 39. CLF Exterior Muscle of the Body (Notability)

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66. Muscle used to extend or straighten the leg.

Quadriceps fermoris
In Notability pg. 39. CLF Exterior Muscle of the Body

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69. Provides support for the abdomen and its many organs

Rectus Abdomnis
In Notability pg. 39. CLF Exterior Muscle of the Body

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70. Where do you find Quadriceps femoris?

H on pg. 39. CLF Exterior Muscle of the Body (Notability)

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71. It extends or straightens the forearm

Biceps bracii
In Notability pg. 39. CLF Exterior Muscle of the Body

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73. A triangular muscle that moves the arm away from the center of the body.

Deltoid
In Notability pg. 39. CLF Exterior Muscle of the Body

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76. What does b points to (on notability pg. 39)

Pectoralis major
In Notability pg. 39. CLF Exterior Muscle of the Body

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77. Muscle used to extend the leg at the knee

Quadriceps fermoris
In Notability pg. 39. CLF Exterior Muscle of the Body

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78. Kite shaped muscle

Trapezius
In Notability pg. 39. CLF Exterior Muscle of the Body

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79. Straplike muscles that extend from the ribs to the pelvis

Rectus Abdomnis
In Notability pg. 39. CLF Exterior Muscle of the Body

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80. Large muscle used to jumping or climbing the stairs or when bent over straightens you up by extending at the hip joint.

Gluteus maximus
In Notability pg. 39. CLF Exterior Muscle of the Body

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81. The type of involuntary muscle that moves food through the digestive tract is called _______________ muscle.

Smooth
In Notability pg. 42. CLF MuscleTissues

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84. Explain how muscles work as a pair to bend and straighten the arm at the elbow causing movement at the joint. Make sure you discuss the type of joint movement.

Flexion of a joint is a decrease in the joint angle from the body in anatomic position. When the elbow is bent the forearm is flexed which means that the flexor is contracted or has pulled the bone of the forearm. Most flexion takes place in a foreword direction. The exception to this is the leg where flexion of the leg results in the bending of the knee. Extension of the joint is when the joint is returned to anatomic position or in increased the angle of the joint, which means the extensor is contracted. An example of this is when the triceps brachii (extensor) contract to straighten the arm. The biceps brachii muscle (flexor) in the upper arm contracts to bend the elbow. Muscles work in pairs so that at ten same time, the biceps brachii muscle (flexor) contracts to bend the joint and triceps brachii returns to its original length. To straighten the arm or extend the joint, the triceps brachii (extensor) contracts while the biceps brachii returns to the original length.