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Mink Dissection Practice Practical
Identify the muscle labeled #1. What is the common name for this muscle?
Rectus femoris Common Name: Quadriceps; thigh Identify the muscle labeled #1. What is the common name for this muscle?
Identify muscle #2. Does this muscle adduct or abduct the thigh?
Gracilis Adducts the thigh.
Identify muscle #3. In humans, this name is slightly different. What is it?
Identify muscle #3. In humans, this name is slightly different. What is it? Sternomastoid Sternocleidomastoid
Identify muscle #4.
Identify this lifted structure #5. What organ system is it part of?
External Jugular Vein Cardiovascular System
Identify this muscle #6. What is its overall function?
Masseter Closes or lifts the jaw
This muscle’s origin is the zygomatic process. What bone is its insertion?
Identify muscle #7 (lifted on back).
Identify this muscle #8. What is its function?
Pectoralis major Adducts forelimbs/arm
Identify this muscle #9. In humans, what is the opposing muscle on the anterior side?
Gastrocnemius Tibialis anterior
Identify this lifted structure #10 in the neck region.
Identify the muscle marked 11. Identify the related structure marked “A”
Identify this muscle #12 (ventral side of leg).
Another View of #12. Identify this muscle.
Identify this muscle #12. Vastus medialis
Identify this muscle #13 (lifted).
Identify this muscle #13. (lifted) What bone is its insertion?
Close-up of 13
Identify this muscle #13. (lifted) What bone is its insertion? Acromiotrapezius Scapula
Identify this muscle #14. (lifted) What is its function?
Close up of 14
Identify this muscle #14. (lifted) What is its function? Spinotrapezius Rotates scapula back or abducts forelimb
Identify this muscle #15. What is the common name for this muscle in a human?
Biceps femoris hamstring
Identify this muscle #16. What muscle lies deep and inferior to it? What is the function of both?
Tensor fascia lata(e) Vastus lateralis is deep and inferior They extends or abducts hind-limb or leg
Identify this muscle #17.
Identify this muscle #18 of the neck. (Extra Credit)
Close-Up of 18
Identify this muscle #18 of the neck. (Extra Credit) splenius
Identify this muscle #19. (Extra Credit)
What is the muscle labeled “B”? (found ventral to the acromiotrapezium and extends deep into the clavotrapezius)
Identify this muscle #20.
Identify this muscle #21. How is the position or location of this muscle different in a human?
Temporalis Found laterally on the sides of the skull in a human
Identify this muscle #22. (Can also be found from the lateral view) What is the function of this muscle?
Identify this muscle #22. What is the function of this muscle? Semitendinosus Extends thigh, flexes hind-limb, abducts leg
Identify this muscle #23. How is the relative size of this muscle different in humans?
Sartorius Thin in a human (this muscle does not cover the entire ventral surface of the leg as in mink, but wraps laterally from the hip and moves medially towards the knee)
Identify this muscle #24. Identify this muscle #25.
#24 – adductor longus #25 – adductor femoris
Identify this muscle #26. If you were to reflect this muscle in humans and look at the deeper abdominal muscle, which abdominal muscle would you find moving laterally?
External abdominal oblique Transverse abdominus
Identify this muscle #27.
Triceps longhead brachii
Identify t his muscle #28.
Identify this muscle #29. (Extra Credit)
Identify this muscle #30.
Identify this muscle #31. What is its function?
Pectineus Flexes hip and adducts thigh, femur, or leg
Identify this muscle #32. In humans, what related muscle lies directly superior to this muscle? What common function do they both have?
Gluteus maximus Gluteus medius Extends or abducts leg or femur
Identify this muscle #33. What is its function? How many heads does this muscle group have? In humans, what is the opposing muscle?
Triceps brachii lateral head Extends forearm, elbow Three Biceps brachii
Identify this muscle #34. What is its function?
Spinodeltoid Pulls humerus or abducts humerus
Identify this muscle #35. What is its function?
Close-up of #35
Identify this muscle #35. What is its function? Dorsoepitrochlearis Extends forearm
Identify this muscle #36. What is its function?
Close-up of #36.
Identify this muscle #36. What is its function? Levator scapula(e) Depresses scapula
Although not on your mink list, you studies this muscle in a human. Identify muscle #37.
Identify this deep, cartilaginous structure in the neck #38. What organ system is this part of?
Trachea Respiratory system
Identify this muscle #39. What is its function? Based on its name, what is the bone of insertion?
Clavotrapezius Pulls humerus forward or abducts the arm Clavicle
Identify this number #40. What is its function? Based on its name, what is the bone of insertion?
Caudofemoralis Abducts and extends the leg femur
Identify this muscle #41. (Extra Credit)
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