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Tendon : attaches muscle to bone
Fascia : encloses muscles and separates them into groups
Ligament : attaches bone to bone or bone to cartilage
Origin : the less movable of the two points of attachment. Attaches to the fixed part of the skeleton
Insertion : the point of attachment by a muscle
Skeletal muscle: also called voluntary muscle because they are controlled at will. Also called striated because they have a striped microscopic appearance. When muscles contract the fibers become shorter and thicker
Smooth Muscle: also called visceral, nonstriated or involuntary muscle. Many of the internal organs are made of smooth muscle including:
Smooth muscle vs skeletal muscle
Cardiac muscle is involuntary but does show very fine striations
cardiac striated smooth
Muscle Attachments: attachment to tendons (eg phalanges) results in movement and reduces bulk. Voluntary muscles usually attach to bone.
Muscles may also be attached to skin, mucous membranes or the fascia of other muscles.
The Muscular System THE MOVING FORCE. MYOLOGY – THE STUDY OF MUSCLES Myo – refers to muscle my/o – muscle myositis – inflammation of voluntary muscle.
There are over 600 muscles in the human body. They have been given Latin names based on their shape, direction, location, number of origins, function,
Muscles of the body. Topics we will be covering What are muscles? What are the types of muscles? What do muscles do?
The Human Muscular System. Types of Muscle Cardiac Muscle Cardiac Muscle – Striated muscle found only in the heart – Under involuntary control – Only.
The Muscular System Chapter Science Words Muscle Voluntary muscle Involuntary muscle Skeletal muscle Tendon Smooth muscle Cardiac muscle.
THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM C14L2. How do bones, muscles, and skin help maintain the body’s homeostasis?
Muscle Tissue There are 3 types of muscle tissue: skeletal skeletal smooth smooth cardiac cardiac.
The Muscular System Section 3. Types of Muscle Involuntary muscles Voluntary muscles Your body has three types of muscle tissue – skeletal muscle, smooth.
Muscular System. Muscle Function Movement Not moving “freeze” Holding still Posture Sitting Standing Body heat Causes sweating Shivering.
MUSCLE TISSUE. Muscle Tissue Characteristics Contractile Made of contractile proteins Cells are called fibers.
Chapter 14: Bones, Muscles, and Skin Section 3: The Muscular System p. 482 – p. 486.
1.04 Remember the structures of the muscular system.
1.04 STRUCTURES OF THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM. The Muscular System Comprises nearly half our weight. Over 650 muscles. Each muscle is made up of hundreds or.
The Muscular System. Components Muscle Tissue Blood Vessels Nerve Cells Connective Tissue Ligaments.
INTRODUCTION TO MUSCLES. Functions Movement Stabilization of Joints Posture Thermogenesis.
Muscles and Muscle Tissue Converting ATP into mechanical energy….thereby capable of exerting force.
7-3.3 SUMMARIZE THE RELATIONSHIPS OF THE MAJOR BODY SYSTEMS MUSCULAR SYSTEM- WORKS WITH THE SKELETAL SYSTEM TO ALLOW MOVEMENT. Muscular System Notes.
Muscles. MUSCLES Muscle – Organ that contracts and relaxes (returns to regular length). As a result, body parts move. Tendon – thick bands that attach.
What is important to know about muscles? –Muscle contracts to move bones and body parts. –Muscles pull never push. –Muscles look either striated or smooth:
2/17/20161 The Musculoskeletal System 2/17/20162 The Musculoskeletal System The organs of the musculoskeletal system are the bones and skeletal muscle.
Skeletal & Muscular Review. 1. Explain the process of locomotion. Movement of the body or body parts 2. Explain what regulates the skeletal and muscular.
THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM FUNCTIONS: Muscle allow organs & bones of the body to move. The fibers that make up muscle, “contract”. The contraction makes.
Muscle and Nervous Tissue. Muscle Tissue Muscle Tissue: – Associated with the bones of the skeleton, the heart and in the walls of the hollow organs of.
Muscular System Muscle-an organ that contracts and gets shorter- this provides the force to move your body parts. Muscle-an organ that contracts and gets.
The muscular System. The muscular system is made up of… musclesandtendons.
Muscular System. 1. The Human Muscular System Muscle is an organ that contracts to allow movement of the body. When muscle contracts it becomes shorter.
Muscular System. Some functions: 1.Helps the body move 2.Moves food through the digestive system 3.Keeps the heart beating BrainPop Video Clip – Muscular.
SKELETAL SYSTEM. FUNCTION provide support for the body to protect internal organs to provide attachment sites for the muscles.
Muscular System. Functions of the Muscular System Movement Provides Shape and Form Posture Maintains body temp.
Locomotion change in position of an organism Survival Value of Locomotion 1. Get food and shelter 2. Escape from predators 3. Move to regions better suited.
THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM Chapter 24C. Muscular System Stats There are approximately 600 muscles. Of all the many different kinds of cells in the human body,
Muscular & Skeletal Systems. Muscular System Muscles are the organs that move body parts. Bones and joints have no power to move on their own. More than.
Moving Along: The Muscular System. Parts of the Muscular System MuscleTendons.
Learning Target #3: Compare the function, location and distinguishing characteristics of the 4 main types of tissue.
Copyright © 2006 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Benjamin Cummings Muscle Tissue Function is to produce movement (contract) Contractive cells.
Muscular and Nervous Tissue Chapter 4.3 Human Anatomy & Physiology.
© 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. Muscle Tissue Function is to produce movement Three types Skeletal muscle Cardiac muscle Smooth muscle.
Objectives: 1. Describe the general characteristics and functions of connective tissue 2. Name the major types of muscular tissue and relate each one to.
Essential Questions How is the human body organized? What are the structural components of the body? How does the body’s structural organization relate.
Muscle & Nerve Tissues. skeletal muscle, 10X, voluntary, striated attached to bones.
Function of Muscles Produce movement Maintain posture Communication: speak, write, read, etc. Breathing Moving food through digestive tract
Unit 18 (Ch. 14) Support & Movement Which two systems work together to allow support & movement? What’s another word for movement? 200.
Muscle Tissue. Three Types of Muscle Tissue Skeletal or Striated Muscle –Makes up all muscles that are attached to bones –Contractions allow the organism.
Intro to Muscle Cells and Tissue Make a Muscular System Folder in eBackpack Upload 8.01 Muscle cell and tissue notes to eBackpack.
CHAPTER 4 THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM
Mrs. Degl1. 2 Locomotion or movement involves the interaction of bones, cartilage, muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Bones: Bones are made of bone tissue.
1. Thirty facial muscles create looks like surprise, happiness, sadness, and frowning 2. Eye muscles are the busiest muscles in the body. Scientists estimate.
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