CH 5-The Muscular System
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Tuesday-10/30...CW: Skull/Facial muscles and Thorax/Back Muscles...
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***Muscles video from today...https://youtu.be/vr6U4NzVMj8
***Facial muscles video...https://youtu.be/d4dc1_kfEMs
HW: 
***ALWAYS REVIEW AS POP QUIZZES MAY APPEAR AT 'ANY' TIME' WITH SO MUCH CONTENT FOR YOU TO MEMORIZE!


head muscles


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Podcast 8-Muscular System-Jessie L and Aliciia G.MP3





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***The LONGEST muscle in the body is an 's-shaped' muscle called SARTORIUS on anterior leg.
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Hw: read ch 5.3...always review...
Video links from today below...
***Muscle 11 groups: https://youtu.be/4lXnrckRKPA
***Naming Muscles: https://youtu.be/5ra-gxc17Fk
Muscles Rap: https://youtu.be/s-uXNgpcakU
Myocyte song: https://youtu.be/eBoW1jTE0Ec

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8 Criteria for naming muscles:

The eight criteria are:
  1. Size.
  2. Shape.
  3. Orientation of the muscle fibers.
  4. Mechanical action of the muscles.
  5. Number of origins of a muscle (and yes, muscles can have more than one origin)
  6. The points of origin and insertion.
  7. Name of the muscle function.
  8. The muscle's location.
  9. ATROPHY???
  10. FASCIA...Tendon...Ligament...
  11. Review Vocab: tendon-connects muscle to  bone
  12.                          ligament-connects bone to  bone
  13.             **NEW Fascia- connects muscle to muscle

Deep Muscles: below the surface...usually named inferior or minor
Superficial Muscles: on surface of bone...usually named major or superior
Latinizing_ take bone name and add is or  us...example:frontal bone = frontalis, zygomatic bone = zygomaticus...







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***Here is the muscle video intro from today...https://youtu.be/rMcg9YzNSEs

Skeletal disorder research with your group...come to class for attendance...if you were redoing class video, you should have your research from home...

Skeletal Project 2 Criteria: 😸😸
***May do PPT or video not to exceed 2 minutes...
****For PPT: 8 slides max including title slide and references slide-title has names-date-pd-group # title and picture...
***Only bullets used-minimal text and real pic, not cartoon, on every slide...
***Do not include words you cannot pronounce or explain...
***For video: 2 min. describing your bone disorder/disease using pics if you can...
***If group member is absent...be prepared to pick up the slack and cover their part-know it all!!
***Will be in Media center Wed and present Thursday whether students are absent or not...

***If you work and perform a project with the mindset of 'I'm going to do the best job possible, I will rehearse my oral presentation, and have questions ready to answer...than an 'A' is a reachable. realistic  goal...If you copy and paste, turn your back to read a screen, and can't pronounce the words correctly...than an 'A' is an unrealistic, unreachable goal.

          1. Name of your skin disorder, disease, etc.

          2. What causes it?

           3. What are the symptoms (how does it present itself

           4. What is the prognosis (treatment)?  How effective is the treatment usually?

            5. Who gets it: what sex, and age group

           6. If he disorder is contagious, how can we keep from getting it?  If it is not contagious, how could we reduce the risk of getting it?

           7. Treatment plan.

So, 8 slides including title slide(must have name-date=pd-title and picture on it) and References slide...minimum 3 references(not generic like webmd, wikipedia, etc.)

 

**Your presentation will require a minimum of 2 sources cited (Wikipedia, Google.com, etc. are not acceptable sources). Full web address..

 

HW: Research presentations due tomorrow!
Muscle characteristics to memorize-
1. Contractility
2. Excitability
3. Extensibility
4. Elasticity
5. Adaptability

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Ch 5-Muscle Vocabulary

Origin: the 'fixed' point of attachment to head of muscle(ex. Bi-ceps has 2 origins, Tri-ceps has 3 origins)

Insertion: point where muscle attaches that is 'movable'

Action: what movement muscle produces(flexion, extension, etc.)

Antagonists: muscles that cause opposing movements(flexion and extension)biceps and triceps.

Agonist: the muscle that does the most moving in a pair(also called prime mover).

Synergists: muscles that assist the agonists

Myofibrils: muscle fibers containing 2 protein filaments:
               ***Myosin: thick fibers
              *** Actin-thin fibers

Myocyte: muscle cells

Human Muscles - Lab Guide

Abdomen

Rectus Abdominis 
External Oblique 
Internal Oblique 
Transversus Abdominis 

Arms

Biceps Brachii 
Brachialis 
Triceps Brachii 
Brachioradialis 
Flexor Carpi Radialis 
Flexor Carpi Ulnaris 
Extensor Carpi Ulnaris 
Extensor Digitorum 

Legs and Pelvis

Rectus Femoris 
Vastus Medialis 
Vastus Lateralis 
Sartorius 
Psoas 
Iliacus 
Pectineus 
Gracilis 
Adductor Longus 


Gluteus Maximus 
Gluteus Medius 
Tensor Fasciae Latae 
Biceps Femoris 
Semitendinosus 
Semimembranosus 

Gastrocnemius 
Tibialis Anterior 
Soleus 

Head and Neck

Epicranius Frontalis 
Epicranius Occipitalis 
Orbicularis Oculi 
Orbicularis Oris 
Buccinator 
Zygomaticus 
Platysma 
Masseter 
Temporalis 
Sternocleidomastoid 
Splenius Capitis 

Shoulders and Chest

Trapezius 
Rhomboideus Major 
Levator Scapulae 
Serratus Anterior 
Pectoralis Major 
Pectoralis Minor 
Teres Major 
Teres Minor 
Latissimus Dorsi 
Supraspinatus 
Infraspinatus 
Deltoid 

 


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