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Module 2 Guided Notes 2.01 Axial and Appendicular Muscles Major Skeletal Muscles- page 3 and 4 Focus Question: Can you identify the major muscles of the body on a diagram?
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Axial and Appendicular Skeletal Muscles- page 5 and 6 Use the Major Muscle Groups Worksheet below and fill it in as you view the skeletal muscles slideshows on page 5 and 6. Focus Question: What are the major muscle groups of the axial and appendicular skeleton and where are they located? 2.01: Major Muscle Groups Worksheet This worksheet will guide your note-taking for the Major Skeletal Muscles slideshow. Be sure to include drawings or sketches of your muscle groups. (or refer to the diagrams above) It will help you when you are studying this material in the future. Your drawings do not need to be fancy. You can make simple stick figures with arrows pointing to the location of the muscle group if you wish. 1. Axial muscles are skeletal muscles of the _______ or ________. 2. Appendicular muscles are skeletal muscles of the upper or lower ________. 3. The ________ is a large superficial muscle that extends from the occipital bone to the lower thoracic vertebrae and to the spine of the scapula. (Include sketch of muscle location in the box provided.)
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4. The actions of the trapezius are ________. 5. The ________ is a fan-shaped muscle on the chest, making up the bulk of the male chest and found under the breast in a female. 6. The actions of the pectoralis major are ________. 7. The ________ is a thin, triangular muscle found deep in, or underneath, the pectoralis major. 8. The actions of the pectoralis minor are ________. 9. The ________, commonly known as "lats," are large, flat muscles posterior to the arm and partly covered by the trapezius. This is the ________ muscle in the back. 10. The actions of the latissimus dorsi are ________. . 11. The ______ is a broad and thin muscle found on the lateral and anterior parts of the abdomen. 12. The actions of the external obliques are _______. . 13. The muscle ________, commonly called the "abs," is a paired muscle that runs vertically on the anterior wall of the human abdomen. 14. The actions of the rectus abdominis are ________. 15. The ________ forms the rounded shape of the shoulder. 16. The actions of the deltoid muscles are ________. 17. The ________ muscle, commonly called the “triceps," is the large muscle on the back of the arm. 18. The actions of the triceps are ________. 19. The ________, often called “biceps,” is a two-headed muscle (bi- means “two”). It lies on the upper arm between the shoulder and the elbow. 20. The actions of the biceps are ________.
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21. The ________ is a narrow and thick muscle that makes up a large portion of the shape and appearance of the buttocks. 22. The actions of the gluteus maximus are ________. 23. The ________ are a large muscle group that occupies the back of the thigh. 24. The actions of the hamstrings are ________. 25. The ________ is a large muscle group that occupies the front and sides of the thigh. 26. The actions of the quadriceps femoris are ________.
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