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BIOL 2010 Anatomy and Physiology ISTUDY GUIDEMuscles, Chapters 10 and 111.Give an example of each of the following in the body:-1stClass Lever:-2d Class Lever:-3d Class Lever:3.Give an example of a muscle with the following fascicle arrangements:a.Parallel:b.Pennate:c.Convergent:d.Circular (sphincter):3.Define the following:aa.Origin vs Insertionbb.Prime Mover (Agonist)c.Antagonistd.Synergistse.Fixators4.Give examples of muscles named by the following characteristics:a.Relative Size:b.Body Region:c.Number of Origins:d.Direction of Fibers:e.Shape:f.Action:4.For each of the following movements, list the agonist (PM), any synergists and antagonists?a.Flexion at the elbow:Extension at the elbow:Agonist (PM):Synergists:Antagonists:b.Flexion at the Knee:Extension at the Knee:Agonist (PM):Synergists:Antagonists:c.Plantarflexion of the foot:Dorsiflexion of the foot:Agonist (PM):Synergists:Antagonists:d.Flexion of the Vertebral Column:Extension of the Vertebral Column:Agonist (PM):Synergists:Antagonists:

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