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Sternoclydomastoid

121
Pulls head to one side.

Flexes neck or elevates sternum.
below ear
Serratus Anterior

158
Pulls Scapula anterior and downward
Vastus lateralus

172 178
Extend Leg at knee
Platysma

111
Draws angle of mouth downward as when pouting
Rectus Femorus

173
Extend leg at knee
Deltoid

149
Abduct, Extend, and Flexes the arm
Pectoralis Major

156 165
Flex, Adduct (in), and Rotate arm
Biceps

154
Flex forearm at elbow.

Rotate hand laterally (away).
External Oblique

164
Tenses abdominal wall.

Compresses abdominal contents.
Sartorius

170
Flex leg and thigh.

Abduct and rotate thigh laterally.
Trapezius

119
Rotate Scapula
Triceps

153
Extend forearm at elbow.
Latissimus Dorsi

179
Extend, Adduct (in), and Rotate the arm medially.

Pulls the shoulder downward and back.
Gluteus maximus

180
Extend thigh at hip
Frontalis

100
Raises eyebrow.
Orbicularis Oculi

108
Closes and protrude lip
Third Ventricle

614
Carries CSF
Cerebellum

605
Coordinates complex skeletal muscle activities
Arbor Vitae

643
Carries nerve impulse thru cerebellum
Medulla Oblongata

606
Regulates Resiratory, Cardiac, and Vasomotor activity
Pons

608
Helps control rate and depth of breathing
Lateral Ventricles

612
Produce and circulate CSF
Hypophesis or Pituitary Gland

700
Secrete:
Growth Hormone
Prolactin
Thyrotropic Hormone
Spinal Nerves

687
Conduct nerve impulses to and from peripheral structures
Corpus Callosum

625-627
Conduct nerve impulses from one cerebral hemisphere to the other
Turbinate Bones or Conchae

404-407
Causes turbulence in the nasal cavities
Cervical Vertebrae

46
Supports the head
Thalamus
Serves as a relay for all sensory impulses except olfactory
Rectus Abdominus

162
Compresses abdominal cavity
Clavicle

73
Helps support pectoral girdleand serves for muscle attachment
Subligual Gland

508
Secretes Saliva
Submandibular Gland (Submaxillary Gland)

506
Secrete saliva
Thyroid Gland

701
Secrete:

Thyroxin
Triiodothyronine
Calcitonin
Paratid Gland

509-510
Secrete Saliva
Thyroid Cartilage

701
protects the larynx
Palantine Tonsils

412
Produce and house lymphocytes and macrophages
Nasophayngeal tonsils

38
Produce and house lymphocyes and
Trachea

422
Carries air to and from lungs
Thoracic Duct

382
Carries lymph and delivers it to the L subclavian vein
Pulmonary Arteries

214-216
Carries blood to the lungs from the heart
Pumonary Veins

217-218
Caries blood from the lungs to the heart
Bronchi

424-425
Carries air from the trachea to the bronchioles and back again
Larynx

419 415
Produces sound
Esophagus

515
Carries food from the pharynx to the stomach
Common Carotid Atery, R & L

241 249
Carries blood to the head
Jugular Veins, internal and external

270-271 247
Carries blood from the head
Subclavian Vein

280 240
Carries blood from the arm
Brachiocephalic Vein

281 248
Recieves blood from jugular and subclavian vein
Pleura

427-428 436
lines the lung and thoracic cavity
Epiglottis

413
keeps food from entering the larynx
R and L bronchi

424-425
Carries air to and from the lung
R and L Ventricles

4 6
Pumps blood to the blood and body respectively
Papillary Muscles

42
Attach Chordae tendinae to the myocardium
R and L Atria

1 7
Delivers blood to the ventricles
Aortic Semilunar Valve

45
Prevent blood from returning to L ventricle
Pulmonary Semilunar Valve

37
Prevent blood from returning o the R ventricle
Tricuspid Valve

35
Prevent blood fr returning to R atrium
Bicuspid (Mitral) Valve

41
Prevent blood fr returning to the L atrium
Coronary Ateries

29 31
Supplies oxygenated blood to the myocardium
Abdominal Aorta

287
Carries blood to infrior organs and extremities
Renal Artery

321 325
Carries blood to the kidney
Masseter

114
Elevate mandible
Obicularis Oris

108
Close and protrude lip
Aorta

221 282-283 287
Carries blood from the L ventricle to the body
Innominate (Brachiocephalic) Artery

236
Delivers blood to the R common Carotid artery
L Subclavian Artery

237 272
Carries blood to the L arm ans shoulder
Superior Vena Cava

202
Returns blood from the head and shoulders to the R atrium
Inferior Vena Cava

203
Returns blood from the lower parts of the body to the R atrium
Liver

555-556 562-563
Monitors blood glucose levels and removes toxins, produces bile
Falciform Ligament

558
Supports Liver and connects it to the abdominal wall
Portal Vein

300
Carries deoxygenated blood from the intestines to the liver
Gall Bladder

566
Stores and delivers bile
Cystic Duct

566-567
Carries bile from the Gall Bladder to the Bile Duct
Hepatic Duct

564-565
Carries bile from the liver
Common Bile Duct

530
Carries bile to the duodenum
Cardiac Region of the stomach

516
Recives food fr the Esophogus
Fundic Region of the Stomach

517
Stores and mixes Chyme
Pyloric Region of the Stomach

518
Delivers chyme to the Duodenum
Pyloric Valve

518
Regulates flow of Chyme from the stomach to the duodenum
Cardiac Valve

516
Relaxes to allow food to enter stomach
Rugae of the stomach

525
Allows for expansion
Longitudinal, Circular, and Oblique muscles of the Stomach

521 523
Allows for mixing of Chyme
Pancreas

534
Secrete:

insulin
Glucagon
Pancreatic Juice
Pancreatic Duct

529 535
Delivers pancreatic juice to the duodenum
Duodenum

527-528
Digestion and Absorption
Spleen

381
stores and cleanses blood
Diaphragm

434-435
contracts and relaxes for respiration
Jejunum

537
digestion and absorption
Ileum

539
digestion and absorption
Appendix

545
no fx
Taenia Coli

549
Contract to assist in peristalsis
Haestrae
no function
Transverse Colon

548
bacterial conversion of bilirubin to urobiligen; bacterial production of vitamin K, reabsortion of water
Descending Colon

552
bacterial conversion of bilirubin to urobiligen; bacterial production of vitamin K, reabsortion of water
Ileocecal Valve

543
Regulates flow from ileum to cecum
Sigmoid Colon

553
Sames as transverse colon
Rectum

554
Storage of fecal material
Common Iliac Vein

347
Returns blood from the leg
Internal Iliac Vein

346
Returns blood fr the leg
External Iliac Atery

331
Carries blood to the leg
External Iliac Vein

337
retuns blood from the leg
Internal Iliac Atery

338
Carries blood to the back, pelvis, and buttocks
Common Iliac Atery

330 348
Carries blood to the leg
Superior Mesenteric Atery

304
Carries blood to the large intestine
Inferior Mesenteric Atery

315
Carries blood to the large intestine
Renal Vein


1
carries blood from the kidney
Cortex of the Kidney

3
filters blood, produces urine
Medulla of the kidney

A
Reabsorb water and electrolytes from filtrate, produces urine
Pyramid of Kidneys

7
Transport urine to the calyxes
Pelvis of the kidneys

4
recieves urine from the calyxes and delivers it to the ureter
Adrenal Glands

703
Secrete:

Epinephrine
Glucocorticoid
Mineralocorticoid
Gonadocorticoid
Labia Major

820
Protects vaginal orifice
Labia Minor

818
Protects vaginal orifice
Clitoris

819
Responds to sexual stimulation
Urethra

762
Carries urine from bladder to outside
Urinary Bladder

758
Stores and Expels urine
Vagina

816
Recieves penis during copulation
Uterus

800-809
Protects nourishes and expels fetus
Ovaries

806
Produces egg (ova), estrogen, and progesterone
Fallopian Tubes

808
Carries ova to the uterus
Fundus of the uterus

801
Carries ovaries to the uterus
Cervix

802
no fx
Prostrate


905
Secrete alkaline fluid into the Vas Deferens
Spermatic Duct (Vas Deferens)

903
Transport sperm from the testicles
Cavernous Bodies of the Penis

908-909
Produces erection while filling with blood during sexual arousal
Glans penis

911
Sensitivity enhances sexual arousal
Testicle

901
Produces sperm and testosterone
Epydidymis

902
Stores sperm
Nipple

852
Release milk during nursing
Areola

851
Release sebum for lubrication of areola and nipple during nursing
Lactiferous Ducts

853
Carries milk to outside of nipples
Glandular Tissue

856
Produce milk
Fatty Tissue of Breast

857
Protects glandular tissue