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there are three types of muscular tissue
1.striated
2.non-straited
3.cardic
the muscle has three parts
1.origin
2.insertion
3.belly
origin
the part of the muscle that does not move
insertion
the part of the muscle at the more movable attachment
belly
middle part of the muscle
epicranius
(ep-ih-kray-nee-us)
muscle on top of the cranium
scalp
occipitalis
(ahk-sip-itahl-is)
back of the cranium
scalp
frontalis
(frun-tay-lus)
front position of the scalp
scalp
aponeurosis
(ap-uh-noo-roo-sus)
tendon on top of the cranium
scalp
auricularis superior
(aw-rik-yuh-lair-is)
muscle above the ear
ear
auricularis anterior
(aw-rik-yuh-lair-is)
muscle in front of the ear
ear
auricularis posterior
(aw-rik-yuh-lair-is)
muscle behind the ear
ear
masseter
(muh-see-tur)
covers the mastoid
jaw
temporalis
(tem-poh-ray-lis)
from the temples-aids in chewing
jaw
platysma
(plah-tiz-muh)
broad muscle at the neck extending from the chest to the chin
neck
sternocleidomastoideus
(stur-noh-klee-ih-doh-mas-toyd-ee-us)
behind the mastoid-extends to the sternum
neck
corrugator
(kor-oo-gay-tohr)
draws the eyebrows down and wrinkles the forehead vertically
eyebrow
orbicularis oculi
(or-bik-yuh-lair-is ahk-yuh-lye)
ring muscle around the eye
eyebrow
procerus
(proh-see-rus)
covers the bridge of the nose
nose
buccinator
compresses the cheeks and expels air as in whistling
mouth
depressor labii inferioris
(dee-pres-ur lay-bee-eye in-feer-ee-or-is)
depresses the lower lip
mouth
levator anguli oris
(lih-vayt-ur ang-yoo-ly oh-ris)
raises the angle of the mouth as in snarling
mouth
levator labii superioris
(lih-vayt-ur lay-bee-eye soo-peer-ee-or-is)
raises the upper lip
mouth
mentalis
raises and wrinkles the chin
mouth
orbicularis oris
(or-bik-yuh-lair-is oh-ris)
ring around the mouth
mouth
risorious
(rih-aor-ee-us)
draws the mouth out as in grinning
mouth
trianglularis
(try-ang-gyuh-lay-rus)
pulls the mouth down as in frowning
mouth
zygomaticus
(zy-goh-mat-ih-kus)
muscles over the cheekbone to the mouth
mouth
latissimus dorsi
(lah-tis-ih-mus dor-see)
covers the middle region of the back
upper torso
pectoralis major and minor
(pek-tor-al-is)
muscles of the chest
upper torso
serratus anterior
(ser-rat-us and-terr-ee-or)
muscles that assist in breathing
upper torso
trapezius
(trah-pee-zee-us)
covers the upper region of the back
upper torso
biceps
contours the front of the upper arm
arms
deltoid
covers the shoulder joint
arms
triceps
back of the upper arm
arms
extensors
straigtens the hand, wrist, and fingers to form a straight line
arms
flexors
involved in bending the wrist
arms
pronators
turns the hand in and palm down
arms
supinator
rotates the radius outward and palm
arms