7 Follow your teachers instructions to build a spaghetti muscle 8 As you unwrap

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7. Follow your teacher’s instructions to build a spaghetti muscle. 8. As you unwrap the muscle and return a fascicle, or group of muscle fibers to each group, review key vocabulary words. 9. In your laboratory journal, draw a diagram of muscle. The following components should be labeled and identified. o Endomysium o Epimysium © 2014 Project Lead The Way, Inc. Human Body Systems Activity 4.2.1 Muscle Rules – Page 2
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o Perimysium o Fascicle o Tendon o Muscle cell/fiber (myofibril) 10.Use information from the construction of the spaghetti muscle, diagrams provided by your teacher, textbooks or from reliable Internet sites to guide your drawing. 11.Answer conclusion questions 3-4. Part III: Muscle Rules Now that you have learned about muscle structure, let’s start to think about function. We know what muscles help our skeletal system move, but how are these tissues oriented on our bodies? What are the rules that muscle live by? 12.Follow your teacher’s instruction to build two simple muscles on the arm of your model. 13.As you work through each step of the process, make sure to write each muscle rule in your laboratory journal. Add notes or examples to help you remember the concept. 14.Note that the name of a muscle gives you clues about the makeup of that muscle. Each muscle is given a Latin name based on one or more of its features. Take a look at the following muscle names and brainstorm what you can tell about these muscles simply by their names. Analyze specific words in the name, roots in the name and relationships to bones you have already studied. Brainstorm ideas in your laboratory journal. Each pair of muscles represents a different way in which muscles can be named. o Trapezius and Rhomboid minor o Gluteus maximus and Gluteus minimus o Frontalis and Temporalis o Orbicularis Oculi and Transverse abdominis o Flexor Carpi Ulnaris and Extensor digitorum longus o SternoCleidomastoid and Brachioradialis o
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