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STUDY GUIDE Session 6 Chapters 15, 16, & 17 Yeah! You are officially half done with this class! I hope that you have been working hard, enjoying it, and learning a lot about the anatomy and physiology of the human body. My prayer is also that you have really seen God through this course. I pray that He is revealing His love to you in your personal life as well as showing you how He designed and created you with an astounding amount of precision, care, and love. Use this study guide along with the assignments and objectives for this session to help you learn this material. Keep in mind that there is information not included on this guide that you are expected to know. CHAPTER 11 Understand skeletal muscle structure.
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o Be able to define the following terms: aponeurosis tendon facia (deep and superficial) tendon sheath all the terms describing muscle action o Be able to identify the origin and insertion of a muscle. A muscle is attached to the humerus and the ulna. When the muscle contracts, the pronated forearm is flexed. Which attachment is the origin? Which attachment is the insertion?
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Which bone (origin bone or insertion bone) stays relatively stationary? Which bone (origin or insertion bone) moves by a muscle’s contraction?
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