BIOL432 Shark Muscles

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BIOL432 Shark Muscles
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  1. List the General IDs of the Shark Muscles.
    • Myomere
    • Myoseptum
    • Horizontal septum
    • Linea alba
    • Raphes
  2. What is the action of the myomere?
    Side to side motion to move forward
  3. Levator Palatoquadrate; Appendicular, Hypobranchial, or Branchiomeric?
    • Branchiomeric
    • Origin - Otic capsule
    • Insertion - Palatoquadrate
    • Action - Raise upper jaw
  4. Levator Hyomandibulae; Hypobranchial, Appendicular, or Branchiomeric?
    • Branchiomeric
    • Origin - Otic Capsule
    • Insertion - Hyomandibular
    • Action - Compress gill pouches
  5. Adductor Mandibulae; Branchiomeric, Hypobranchial, or Appendicular?
    • Branchiomeric
    • Origin - Palatoquadrate
    • Insertion - Meckel's Cartilage
    • Action - Close mouth
  6. Action of Dorsal Hyoid Constrictor? Hypobranchial, Branchiomeric, or Appendicular?
    • Branchiomeric
    • Action - Compress gill
  7. Action of Ventral Hyoid Constrictor? Branchiomeric, Hypobranchial, or Appendicular?
    • Branchiomeric
    • Action - Compress gill
  8. Cucullaris; Appendicular, Branchiomeric, or Hypobranchial?
    • Branchiomeric
    • Origin - Epibranchial muscles
    • Insertion - Epibranchial Cartilage & Scapular Process
    • Action - Elevate gill arch & Pectoral Girdle
  9. Intermandibularis; Hypobranchial, Branchiomeric, or Appendicular?
    • Branchiomeric
    • Origin - Meckel's Cartilage
    • Insertion - Midventral Raphe
    • Action - Elevator floor of mouth; compress oral cavity
  10. Interhyoideus; Appendicular, Branchiomeric, or Hypobranchial?
    • Branchiomeric
    • Origin - Hyoid Arch
    • Insertion - Midventral Raphe
    • Action - Compress Throat
  11. Coracomandibular; Branchiomeric, Appendicular, or Hypobranchial?
    • Hypobranchial
    • Origin - Meckel's Cartilage
    • Insertion - Carocoid Bar
    • Action - Open Mouth
  12. Coracohyoid; Branchiomeric, Appendicular, or Hypobranchial?
    • Hypobranchial
    • Origin - Carocoarcual Muscle
    • Insertion - Meckel's Cartilage
    • Action - Open Mouth
  13. Coracoarcuals; Branchiomeric, Appendicular, or Hypobranchial?
    • Hypobranchial
    • Origin - Pectoral Girdle, Coracoid Bar
    • Insertion - Meckel's Cartilage
    • Action - Open Mouth
  14. Pectoral abductor; Branchiomeric, Appendicular, or Hypobranchial?
    • Appendicular
    • Origin - Scapular Process
    • Insertion - Basal & Radial Pterygiophores
    • Action - Elevates pectoral fin
  15. Pectoral adductor; Hypobranchial, Branchiomeric, or Appendicular?
    • Appendicular
    • Origin - Coracoid of Scapulocoracoid
    • Insertion - Basal & radial pterygiophores
    • Action - Depresses pectoral fin
  16. Pelvic abductor; Branchiomeric, Hypobranchial, or Appendicular?
    • Appendicular
    • Origin - Iliac process of Puboischiadic Bar
    • Insertion - Pterygiophores
    • Action - Elevates pelvic fin
  17. Pelvic adductor; Appendicular, Hypobranchial, or Branchiomeric?
    • Appendicular
    • Origin - Puboischiadic Bar
    • Insertion - Metapterygian
    • Action - Depresses pelvic fin

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