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Epicranius O: Occipital bone I: Skin and muscles around eye F: Raises eyebrow
Temporalis O: Temporal bone I: Coronoid process and lateral surface of mandible A: Closes (elevates) jaw
Masseter O: Lower border of zygomatic arch I: Lateral surface of mandible A: Closes (elevates) jaw
Sternocleidomastoid O: Anterior surface of sternum O: Upper surface of clavicle I: Mastoid process of temporal bone A: Pulls head to one side or to chest
Trapezius O: Occipital bone O: Spines of cervical and thoracic vertebrae I: Clavicle I: Spine and acromion process of scapula A: Moves scapula
Serratus Anterior O: Outer surface of upper ribs I: Ventral surface of scapula A: Pulls scapula anteriorly and inferiorly
Pectoralis Major O:Clavicle, sternum, and costal cartilages of upper ribs I: Intertubercular groove of humerus A: Internal rotation, adduction, horizontal adduction of arm
Latissimus Dorsi O: Spines of sacral, lumbar, and lower thoracic vertebrae O: Iliac crest O: Lower ribs I: Intertubercular groove of humerus A: Pulls shoulder down and back
Deltoid O: Acromion process O: Spine of scapula O: Clavicle I: Deltoid tuberosity of humerus A: Abducts arm A: Extends or flexes humerus
Supraspinatus O: Posterior surface of scapula I: Greater tubercle of humerus A: Abducts arm
Infraspinatus O: Posterior surface of scapula I: Greater tubercle of humerus F: Rotates arm laterally (external rotation)
Subscapularis O: Anterior surface of scapula I: Lesser tubercle of humerus A: Rotates arm medially (internal rotation)
Teres Minor O: Lateral border of scapula I: Greater tubercle of humerus A: Rotates arm laterally (external rotation)
Rotator Cuff Supraspinatus Subscapularis Terres Minor Infraspinatus S-Supraspinatus I-Infraspinatus T-Terres Minor S-Subscapularis
Biceps Brachii O: Coracoid process of scapula O: Tubercle above glenoid cavity of scapula I: Radial tuberosity of radius A: Flexes elbow and shoulder; supinates forearm
Triceps Brachii O: Tubercle below glenoid cavity of scapula O: Lateral and medial borders of humerus I: Olecranon process of ulna A: Extends elbow
External Oblique O: Outer surfaces of lower ribs I: Outer lip of iliac crest and linea alba A: Tenses abdominal wall
Rectus Abdominus O: Crest of pubis and symphysis pubis I: Xiphoid process of sternum and costal cartilages A: Tenses abdominal wall; flexes trunk
Want a Six Pack? Linea Alba External Oblique Transverse Abdominus Internal Oblique External Oblique Rectus Abdominus
Gluteus Maximus O: Sacrum, coccyx, and posterior surface of ilium I: Posterior surface of femur and fascia of thigh A: Extends hip
Tensor Fascia Latae O: Anterior iliac crest I: Fascia of thigh A: Abducts, flexes, and rotates thigh laterally (internal rotation)
Gracilis O: Lower edge of symphysis pubis I: Medial surface of tibia A: Adducts thigh, flexes and rotates lower limb medially
Biceps Femoris O: Ischial tuberosity and posterior sufrace of femur I: Head of fibula nad lateral condyle of tibia A: Flexes leg, extends thigh
Semitendonosis O: Ischial tuberosity I: Medial surface of tibia A: Flexes leg; extends thigh
Semimembranosis O: Ischial tuberosity I: Medial condyle of tibia A: Flexes leg; extends thigh
Hamstring Group Biceps Femoris Semitendonosis Semimembranosis
Sartorius O: Anterior superior iliac spine I: Medial surface of tibia A: Flexes leg and thigh, abducts thigh, rotates thigh laterally, and rotates leg medially
Rectus Femoris O: Spine of ilium and margin of acetabulum I: Patellar tendon to tibial tuberosity A: Extends leg at knee
Vastus Lateralis O: Greater trochanter and posterior surface of femur I: Patellar tendon to tibial tuberosity A: Extends leg at knee
Vastus Medialis O: Medial surface of femur I: Patellar tendon to tibial tuberosity A: Extends leg at knee
Vastus Intermedius O: Anterior and lateral surfaces of femur I: Patellar tendon to tibial tuberosity A: Extends leg at knee
Quadriceps Group Rectus Femoris Vastus Lateralis Vastus Medialis Vastus Intermedius
Soleus O: Head and shaft of fibula; posterior surface ot tibia I: Posterior surface of calcaneus A: Plantar flexion of foot
Gastrocnemius O: Lateral and medial condyles of femur I: Posterior surface of calcaneus A: Plantar flexion of foot A: Flexion of leg at knee
Triceps Surae Gastrocnemius Soleus
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סקירה של שרירי שלד עיקריים. Frontalis O: galea aponeurotica I: eyebrows F: raise eyebrows, pull scalp anteriorly.
Frontalis ◦ O: Frontal Bone ◦ I: eyebrow skin ◦ Action: elevates eyebrows.
Copyright © 2008 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Benjamin Cummings Muscles to Identify Friends don’t let friends use anabolic steroids!
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Copyright © 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. Skeletal Muscles: Functional Groups 1.Agonist = Prime mover - Provides the major force for producing a specific.
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