Cat muscles- origin, insertion, and action

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Section 1

Question Answer
origin of pectoantebrachialissternum
origin of pectoralis majorsternum
origin of pectoralis minorsternum
origin of xiphihumeralisxiphoid process
origin of clavobrachialisclavicle
origin of brachiradialismid-humerus
origin of rectus abdominuspubis and linea alba
origin of sartoriusilium
origin of grcilisischium and pubis

Section 2

Question Answer
origin of clavotrapeziusaxis
origin of acrimiotrapeziusaxis and thoracic vertebrae
origin of spinotrapeziusthoracic vertebrae
origin of latissimus dorsilumbar and thoracic vertebrae
origin of triceps brachiihumerus and scapula
origin of glutemus maximussacral vertebrae
origin of biceps femorisischium
origin of gastrocnemiusfemur

Section 3

Question Answer
insertion of pectoantebrachialishumerus
insertion of pectoralis majorhumerus
insertion of pectoralis minorhumerus
insertion of xiphihumeralishumerus
insertion of clavobrachialisulna
insertion of brachiradialisradius
insertion of rectus abdominuscostal cartilage and sternum
insertion of sartoriuspatella and tibia
insertion of gracilistibia

Section 4

Question Answer
insertion of clavotrapeziusclavicle
insertion of acrimiotrapeziusscapula
insertion of spinotrapeziusmuscles of scapula
insertion of latissimus dorsihumerus
insertion of triceps brachiiulna
insertion of glutemus maximusfemur
insertion of biceps femoristibia
insertion of gastrocnemiuscalcaneus

Section 5

Question Answer
action of pectoantebrachialismoves forelimb forward and to the midline
action of pectoralis majormoves forelimb to midline and turns front paws forward
action of pectoralis minormoves forlimb to midline and turns front paws forward
action of xiphihumeralissynergist to latissimus dorsi in righting reflex (forelimb to midline)
action of clavobrachialisraise front paws
action of brachiradialissupinates front paws
action of rectus abdominusflexes abdomen
action of sartoriusextends back thigh
action of gracilisadducts and retracts leg

Section 6

Question Answer
action of clavotrapeziusextends humerus forward
action of acrimiotrapeziusabducts scapulae
action of spinotrapeziuspulls scapula up and towards the tail
action of latissimus dorsirighting reflex
action of triceps brachiiextends forearm
action of glutemus maximussynergist to tail flexion
action of biceps femorisabducts thigh and flexes shank
action of gastrocnemiusextends the back paws