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dantehlius's version from 2017-11-05 02:47

Section 1

Question Answer
Shoulder MuscleDeltoid
Breast MusclePectorals
Arm musclesBiceps
Leg MusclesQuadriceps
Chest MusclesAbdominals
CepsWhere tendons attach to
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Section 2

Question Answer
LigamentsBone - Bone
TendonMuscle - Bone
Roles of the bonesProtect Organs - Support Body - Provide Muscle attachment for Movement - Aid in Blood Cell Production- To Store nutrients, Minerals, and Lipids
Smallest 3 Bones Oscilies - in ear - malleus incus and stapes - aka hammer, anvil, stirrup
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Section 3

Question Answer
Back of shoulderTrapezius "Traps"
Back of Arm MusclesTriceps
Back musclesLatissimus Dorsi "Lats"
Butt Muscles Gluteus Maximus, (Medius, Minimus)
Bottom of Leg MusclesGastrocnemius "Calf"
Back Of legs MusclesHam Strings
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Section 4

Question Answer
The Three types of MusclesSkeletal, Cardiac, Smooth
Skeletal MusclesMade by Bundles of Tiny fibres - Makes Body Move - Lengthen and Shorten - More than 600
Cardiac MusclesHeart Beat Pump through body
Smooth Muscles Move food through Digestive Tract
Three ways namesShape - Deltoid, Location - Biceps Brachii (Arm), Function - extensor digitorium longus
Calories in 1 pound of fat3200
Muscle GrowthHyperthropy
Muscle LossAtrophy
Muscles can Only _____Pull
Muscles usually arranged in antagonistic pairs around ____Joint
Red FibresSlow Twitch - Endurance
White FibresFast Twitch - High Strength
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Section 5

Question Answer
Types of Joints Pivot, Ball and Socket, Gliding, Hinge
Pivot JointRotates Side to Side - Backbone and Neck
Ball and Socket JointMoves all Around - Shoulder Hip
Gliding Joint Moves Up and Down, Side to Side - Neck, Wrist, and Ankle
Hinge JointBends and Straightens - Elbow and Knee
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Section 6

Question Answer
anteriorFront
PosteriorBack
SuperiorAbove
InferiorBelow
ProximalCloser
DistalFarther
HateralTowards the outside
MedialTowards the Middle
CruciateCross
DeltaTriangle
CepsHeads
BiTwo
TriThree
QuadFour
LongusLong
BrevisShort
MaximusBiggest
MediusMedium
MinimusSmallest
PronationTurn Palms Down
SupinationTurn Palms Up
AdductionTowards the Body
AbductionAway from Body
ItisInflamation
Bursaliquid filled sac to prevent friction
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Section 7

Question Answer
Brain Descriptionserves as head of nervous system - in all vertabrae and most invertabrae animals - Controls other muscles and Organs - Secrets Horomones
Heart DescriptionVital muscular Organ - pumps Blood - transports oxygen and nutrients - removes cellular waste
Liver Description For Digestive System - gets rid of toxins - can develop dialysis - arrohsis, yellow skin
Kidney DescriptionFilters Blood - Removes Waste
Bladder DescriptionCollects Urine form Kidneys before urination
Spleen DescriptionRemoves old Blood Cells - Plays role in immune system - Holds Blood
Lungs DescriptionTransport oxygen from world to blood - replaces carbon
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Section 8

Question Answer
Artery Description (Blood, oxygenated?, squirts?, pressure?, valves?)Blood Bright red - oxygenated - squirts - high pressure - no valves
Veins Description (Blood, oxygenated?, squirts?, pressure?, valves?)Blood purple, blue, red - non oxygenated - flows out - lower pressure - valves
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Section 9

Question Answer
Heart TravelsEnters right atrium - goes to right ventricle - pumps blood through lungs to left atrium - to left ventricle - to aorta - all parts of body
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