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Muscle Tissue Muscle Naming Move that Body Muscles at Work Muscle Shapes Know your Muscles
Name the three muscle tissue types A 100
Skeletal Cardiac Smooth A 100
What is the name given to the banded appearance in some tissue types? A 200
Striations A 200
Identify this muscle tissue A 300
Cardiac Muscle Tissue A 300
Name the function of each muscle tissue A 400
Skeletal = move our skeleton Cardiac = heart control Smooth = organ function A 400
Cardiac cells connect to each by ______ discs which allow contractions to occur faster. A 500
Intercalated A 500
What is the shape given to deltoid muscles? B 100
Triangular B 100
What is the shape given to a brevis muscle? B 200
short B 200
What does the term oblique refer to when naming muscles? B 300
Muscle fibers run diagonally B 300
What term refers to muscle fibers running parallel to the long axis of a muscle? B 400
rectus B 400
What term refers to muscle fibers running perpendicular to the long axis of a muscle? B 500
Transverse B 500
What is the opposite of dorsiflexion? C 100
Plantar flexion C 100
What body movement is described as decreasing of an angle joint? C 200
flexion C 200
What body movement is given by the following picture? C 300
Opposition C 300
DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
What is the name given to the point on which a muscle is attached to the moveable bone? C 400
Insertion Point C 400
Which body movement rotates the forearm medially so the palm faces in the posterior direction? C 500
Pronation C 500
What surrounds muscle and provides protection and stability? D 100
Fascia D 100
Which type of fascia contains fat tissue and connects muscle to skin? D 200
Superficial D 200
What are the small thread- like proteins filaments found in a muscle fiber called? D 300
Myofibrils D 300
What is the name of the innermost layer of fascia that surrounds an individual muscle fiber? D 400
Endomysium D 400
Actin and Myosin slide together during a muscle contraction. Where are they located in a muscle fiber? D 500
Myofibril or better yet, a sarcomere D 500
Which muscle shape is thick in the middle and tapered at its ends? E 100
fusiform E 100
Which muscle shape is varied but has all muscle fibers running obliquely towards its ligament or tendon? E 200
Pennate E 200
Which group of muscles provides the major force in moving a joint? E 300
Prime Movers E 300
Which group of muscles provide stability to the joint and aids the direction of movement? E 400
Synergists E 400
True or False Muscles can only push, never pull when contracted. E 500
False All muscles pull when contracted E 500
Identify the indicated muscle F 100
Pectoralis Major F 100
F 200 Identify the indicated muscle
Brachioradialis F 200
Identify the indicated muscle F 300
Transversus abdominis F 300
Identify the indicated muscle F 400
Gastrocnemius F 400
Identify the indicated muscle F 500
Biceps femoris F 500
The Final Jeopardy Category is: Muscles Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin
Identify the indicated muscle Click on screen to continue
Latissimus dorsi Click on screen to continue
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