Science(cat)

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Science(cat)
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basic origia insertions and actions of basic cat muscles
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  1. External Oblique (i)
    Linea Alba
  2. Internal Oblique (i)
    Linea Alba
  3. Transversus Abdominis (oi)
    • Pleuropophsis
    • Linea Alba
  4. Rectus Abdominis (oia)
    • Pubis
    • Sternum
    • Flexion of Trunl
  5. Pectoralis Descendens (oia)
    • Sternum
    • Fascia Antebrachii
    • Adduction of Humerus
  6. Pectoralis Transversus (oia)
    • Sternum
    • Humerus
    • Adduction of Humerus
  7. Pectoralis Profundus (oia)
    • Sternum
    • Humerus
    • Adduction of Humerus
  8. Cleidocervical (o)
    Nuchal Crest
  9. Cervical Trapezius (i)
    Metacromion of Scapula
  10. Sternomastoid (oia)
    • Sternum
    • Mastoid region of Skull
    • Axial Rotation of Skull
  11. Omotransversarius (oi)
    • Metacromion of Scapula
    • Transverse process of Atlas
  12. Latissimus Dorsi (ia)
    • Humerus
    • Retracts Humerus
  13. Acromiodeltoid (o)
    Acromion
  14. Scapulodeltoid (o)
    Scapular Spine of Scapula
  15. Supraspinatus (ia)
    • Greater Tuberculum of Humerus
    • Protracts Humerus
  16. Infraspinatus (ia)
    • Greater Tuberculum of Humerus
    • Retracts Humerus
  17. Triceps Brachii Long Head (oia)
    • Caudal Border of Scapula
    • Olecranon of Ulna
    • Extension of Forearm
  18. Triceps Brachii Lateral Head (oia)
    • Proximal End of Humerus
    • Olecranon of Ulna
    • Extension of forearm
  19. Triceps Brachii Long head (oia)
    • Body of Humerus
    • olecranon of Ulna
    • Extension of forearm
  20. Biceps Brachii (oia)
    • Glenoid Cavity
    • Radial Tuberosity of Radius
    • Supination of Forearm
  21. Brachioradial (i)
    Styloid Process of the Radius
  22. Extensor Digitorum Communis (o)
    Lateral Epicondyle of Humerus
  23. Extensor Digitorum Lateralis (ia)
    • 2-5 Phalanges
    • Extension of digits at wrists
  24. Abductor Pollicis (a)
    Abducts the thumb
  25. Supinator (a)
    Supination of forearm
  26. Flexor Digitorum Profundus (a)
    Flexion of phalanges
  27. Flexor Carpi Radialis (ia)
    • Proximal end of 2nd and 3rd metacarpals
    • Flexion of paw at wrists
  28. Pronator Teres (a)
    Pronates the forearm
  29. Sartorius (oia)
    • Crest and Ventral border or illium
    • Patella
    • Extends the Shank
  30. Biceps Femoris (oia)
    • Ischial tuberosity of the ishium
    • Patella
    • Flexes the Shank
  31. Semitendinosus (oia)
    • Ischial tuberosity or ishium
    • Proximal end of tibia
    • Flexes the shank
  32. Guteal superficialis (ia)
    • Grater trochanter of the Femur
    • Abduct the thigh
  33. Guteal Medius (ia)
    • Greater Trochanter of Femur
    • Abducts the thigh
  34. Guteal Profundus (ia)
    • Greater trochanter of Femur
    • abducts the thigh
  35. Vastus Lateralis (oia)
    • Greater trochanter of Femur
    • Patella
    • extension of shank
  36. Vastus Medialis (oia)
    • Body of Femur
    • Patella
    • Extension of the shank
  37. Gracilis (oia)
    • Pubic and ishial symphyses
    • tibia
    • adducts the thigh
  38. Adductor Femoris (oia)
    • Pubic and ishial symphyses
    • Body of Femur
    • Adducts the thigh
  39. Gastrocnemius Medial head (oia)
    • Lateral Epicondyle of Femur
    • Calcaneus
    • Extension of ankle
  40. Gastrocnemius Lateral Head (oia)
    • Lateral Epicondyle of Femur
    • Calcaneus
    • Extension of Ankle
  41. Soleus (ia)
    • Calcaneus
    • Extension of Ankle
  42. Popliteus (oia)
    • Lateral Epicondyle of Femur
    • Proximal 1/3 of Tibia
    • Flexion of knee
  43. Flexor Hallucis Longus (a)
    Flexion of Toes
  44. Flexor digitorum longus (a)
    flexion of ankle joint
  45. Extensor digitorum brevis (a)
    Extension of digits
  46. Tibialis Cranialis (ia)
    • 2nd Metatarsal bone
    • flexes the ankle joint
  47. Pernoeus Longus (oia)
    • Proximal 1/3 of tibia
    • 2-4 metatarsals
    • Flexes the ankle joint
  48. Pernoeus Brevis (oia)
    • Distal half of fibula
    • 5th metatarsal
    • extends the ankle joint
  49. Gall Bladder
    stores bile that is produced in the liver.
  50. Kidneys
    Filters waste and excess sodium from the cats body
  51. Spleen
    Filters blood, makes and stories red blood cells and platelets.
  52. Lungs
    Provide a huge surface area over which gases are exchanged between bodys circulation and the outside air.
  53. Diaphragm
    seperates the chest cavity from the abdomen. expands and contracts to allow the cat to breath
  54. Liver
    produces ensymes to digest food, makes bile, sotres and releases glycogen
  55. Pancreas
    Secrets digestive enzyme that breaks down fats and proteins. Secrets insulin which regulate sugar levels
  56. Stomach
    stores food while it goes through the initial phases of digestion
  57. Urinary Bladder
    collects urine for removal.
  58. small Intestine
    absorbs the nutrients into the blood
  59. Large intestine
    absorbs water from feces as needed.

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