Anatomy Test 3 (6)

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Anatomy Test 3 (6)
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2015-10-30 23:48:10
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UofM Anatomy
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test 3
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  1. shape of pectorals major
    triangular
  2. short fascicles in relation to total muscle length; tendon extends nearly entire length of muscle
    pennate
  3. Fascicles nearly to longitudinal axis of muscle; terminate in flat tendons; muscle tapers toward tendon, where diameter is less than at belly. Ex: digastric muscle
    fusiform
  4. fascicles arranged on only one side of tendon 
    ex:extensor digitorum longus muscle
    Unipennate
  5. Fascicles arranged on both sides of centrally positioned tendons ex: rectus femurs muscle
    Bipennate
  6. Fascicles attach obliquely from many directions to several tendons ex: deltoid muscle
    mulipennate
  7. 3 origin muscle
    triceps
  8. What prime mover muscles are called
    agonist
  9. A muscle that has an action opposite that of prime  mover (agonist) and yields to the movement of the prime mover
    Antagonist
  10. the muscle responsible for producing a desired motion (also called prime mover)
    Agonist
  11. A muscle that stabilizes the origin of the prime mover so that the prime mover can act more differently
    fixator
  12. importance of effort/load that is applied to a muscle

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