A&Pfinalreview

A&Pfinalreview - Anatomy & Physiology Final...

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1. The most visible contents of the muscle fiber are the myofibrils 2. To stand on your toes you would have to use this muscle poroneus longus, gastrochemium, soleus 3. The epimysium, perimysium and endomysium fascia extend beyond the muscle fibers to form the muscle tendon 4. Which muscle would be likely found in the abdomin abdominus or obliques 5. The fatty insulation layer found on some neurons is the myelin sheath 6. One main function of cerebrospinal fluid could be protective cushion 7. (The ____ of an neuron is stimulated to initiate the reflex arc receptors) dentrites 8. The most superior muscle found on the shoulder of the cat clavodeltoid 9. The tissue that covers a single muscle fiber is called the endomysium 10. A common muscle to both humans and cats that flexes and adducts the upper arm flex= pectoralis major 11. A nerve that shortens or contracts a muscle fiber is a motor neuron 12. The adductor magnus is a muscle that is name for its 13. The chemical that changes the permeability of the sarcolemma to calcium ions acetylcholine 14. The body of the muscle is located proximal to the part that it moves 15. Ions such as Ca ++ and Na + cause electrochemical stimulus to the myofibras for muscle contraction 16. The sacromere is composed of actin, a thin filament, and myosin is a thick filament 17. The fascia that covers the body of the muscle is called epimxium 18. Which muscle would be likely found in the leg plantaris, tibialis, peroneus, femoris, gracilis (also see #2) 19. This muscle is the prime flexor of the lower arm bicep 20. What joint lies beneath the biceps brachii elbow 21. What is the insertion of the deltoid muscle humerous 22. What bone serves as the insertion bone for all the muscles that act as prime movers of the upper arm? humerous 23. What joint lies beneath the deltoid muscle? shoulder 24. At which joint does movement occur whenever the upper arm moves shoulder 25. What primary movements of the upper arm does contraction of the latissimus dorsi muscle produce adducts/flextion 26. What primary movements of the upper arm does contraction of the deltoid muscle produce
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