Anatomy and Physiology I Exam IIIInstructor: Brian CambronWhat are the individual organs of the muscular system?What are the four primary functions of muscles?What are the three major types of muscle tissue?What is “deep fascia”?What do we call a muscle that provides the major force for a particular movement? What do wecall a muscle that would oppose or reverse that movement?What do we call the group of muscles that are small and weaker, but aid agonists by promotingthe same movement or reducing undesirable or unnecessary movements?What is the specific name, as an example, of the muscle that is attached to the mastoid process ofthe skull, the sternum, and the clavicle? Why is it named that way?What are the two criteria for which the biceps brachii is named?Thousands of muscle fibers are bound together into discrete functional units of a muscle calledwhat?What is another name for the plasma membrane of a muscle fiber?What does SR stand for? What is it?What mineral is necessary for a muscle contraction to occur?Where is the mineral stored inside the muscle fiber?Muscle contraction depends on what two primary contractile proteins found in muscle?What are the long strands of contractile proteins called inside the muscle fiber? They make up anorganelle inside the muscle that is responsible for contracting the fiber called what?What are your three basic types of “levers” found in the skeletal system?What is “load” and “effort” in reference to Lever Systems?What do we call the cytoplasm of a muscle fiber?What do we call the red, oxygen binding protein found in muscle fibers?