Exercise 10 and 11 - Exercise 10 Histology of Muscle Tissue...

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Exercise 10 – Histology of Muscle Tissue Skeletal muscle : voluntary, attached by tendons, multinucleated, striated Cardiac muscle : involuntary only in heart, one nuclei/cell, striated (less visible) Smooth muscle : internal organ walls, involuntary, one nuclei/cell, no striation, pointed ends
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Skeletal Muscle
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Sarcomere Thin filaments - actin Thick filaments - myosin
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Cardiac Muscle
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Smooth Muscle
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Exercise 11 – Musculature System Helpful tips: Break down the name Ex: Depressor ( depress ) Anguli ( angle ) Oris ( mouth ) Deep and superficial sides of head models (Deep – bone is visible) DO NOT MEMORIZE THE NUMBERS – Altay and 3B models have different number for same muscle
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Subscapularis Infraspinatus Teres Minor Teres Major Deltoid Rotator cuff muscles SHOULDER ANTERIOR POSTERIOR Biceps Brachii Long head Short head (more anterior, flat head) Lateral Head of Triceps Brachii Brachialis Long Head of Triceps Brachii Coracobrachialis Medial Head of Tripceps Brachii ARM
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ANTERIOR SUPERFICIAL
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  • Winter '08
  • Spranger
  • Anatomy, RNA, Muscles of the upper limb, Extensor Carpi Radialis

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