AP LAB ASSESSMENT 22-23.docx - Daniel Yeager Lab Assessment 22 Part A Figure 22.6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Nasalis Zygomatic Major Zygomatic Minor Risorlus

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Daniel Yeager 11/17/2016 Lab Assessment 22 Part A Figure 22.6 1. Nasalis 2. Zygomatic Major 3. Zygomatic Minor 4. Risorlus 5. Platysma 6. Epicranius 7. Orbicularis Oculi 8. Masseter 9. Orbicularis Oris Figure 22.7 1. Temporalis 2. Epicranius (Occipitalis) 3. Splenius Capitis 4. Sternocleidomastoid 5. Trapezius 6. Epicranius (Frontalis) 7. Orbicularis Oculi 8. Nasalis 9. Zygomatic Major 10. Orbicularis Oris 11. Masseter 12. Platysma Part B 1. When the ZYGOMATIC MAJOR/MINOR contracts, the corner of the mouth is drawn upward and laterally when laughing. 2. The BUCCINATOR acts to compress the wall of the cheeks when air is blown out of the mouth. 3. The ORBICULARIS ORIS causes the lips to close and pucker during kissing, whistling, and speaking.
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4. The temporalis acts to ELAVATE THE MANDIBLE . 5. The MEDIAL pterygoid can close the jaw and pull it sideways. 6. The LATERAL pterygoid can protrude the jaw, pull the jaw sideways, and open the mouth. 7. The ORBICULARIS OCULI can close the eye, as in blinking. 8. The STERNOCLEIDOMASTOID can pull the head toward the chest. 9. The muscle used for pouting and to express horror is the PLATYSMA . 10. The muscle used to widen the nostrils is the NASALIS .
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