11-2-07 anatomy notes

11-2-07 anatomy notes - movements i. intestines and ureters...

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FINAL EXAM MATERIAL 11-2-07 anatomy notes 1. Muscular System a. Types of muscle characteristics i. Skeletal (somatic) muscle 1. voluntary-person willfully controls contractions 2. innervation-central nervous system (CNS) and somatic nervous system (SNS) a. neuromuscular (myoneural) junction i. one nerve ending one muscle fiber b. cardiac muscle i. involuntary muscle-person does not control the contraction ii. innervation-autonomic nervous system 1. one nerve ending several cardiac nerve endings c. smooth (visceral muscle) i. involuntary-person does not control contractions ii. innervation-autonomic nervous system 1. fast contracting a. one nerve ending one muscle cell i. intrinsic eye muscles ii. muscular arteries and arterioles 2. slow contracting a. one nerve ending several muscle fibers b. allows for gross, non-precise
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Unformatted text preview: movements i. intestines and ureters b. location of muscle in the body i. skeletal muscle 1. bones 2. body cavities- around 3. diaphragm-all skeletal muscle 4. bulk of extremities-arms and legs 5. tongue (skeletal muscle) 6. extrinsic eye muscles (moves eyes in orbits) ii. cardiac muscle-heart iii. smooth muscle 1. walls of hollow organs a. blood vessels b. gastrointestinal tract: small and large intestine, stomach i. walls of hollow structures c. respiratory tract (bronchioles) d. excretory tract-ureters and urinary bladder e. capsule of spleen-outer layer f. arrector pili-associated w/hair follicles g. intrinsic eye muscles (ciliary muscle, dilator pupillae, and spincter pupillae)...
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