Learn vocabulary terms, , , more with flashcards, games other study tools. resemble flattened tendons. aponeurosis C Explanation: A) Atrophy is wasting away of muscle. Topic: general anatomy. The muscle twitch is the sheetlike response of a muscle to a single action potential on its motor neuron.
1 General Introduction 2. Note the latent period the period of contraction . Their main function is contractibility. 1 Many of the common substances we eat sugar, drink- water, table salt cooking oil- play vital roles in keeping us alive. MUSCLE AND MUSCLE TISSUE. CONNECTIVE TISSUE WRAPPINGS EXTEND BEYOND THE MUSCLE AS A ROPELIKE TENDON OR SHEETLIKE APONEUROSIS. sheetlike D) An aponeurosis antagonist is a muscle that counteracts the action of another muscle. Almost every movement in the body is the outcome of muscle sheetlike contraction. Sheetlike aponeurosis.
aponeurosis" definition: any of the deeper and thicker fascia that attach muscles to bones. The Trapezius muscle ( also known as trapezoids traps for short) resembles a diamond shaped quadrilateral ( trapezoid) sheetlike is a large surface muscle that is. B) Atonic means without tone ( muscle tone). any of the deeper and thicker. Fundamental to this study is knowledge of basic chemistry chemical sheetlike sheetlike processes since your body is composed. From the aponeurosis aponeurosis the frontal belly is inserted in the fascia of the facial muscles , in the skin above the eyes nose. The muscular system is made up of specialized cells called muscle fibers. aponeurosis Some definition • aponeurosis - A sheetlike fibrous membrane aponeurosis resembling a flattened tendon, that serves as a fascia to bind sheetlike muscles together as a means of connecting muscle to bone. A motor unit consists of a motor neuron and all the muscle fibers it innervates. Start studying AP Ch 9 quiz. In this chapter, you will learn something about how these substances function in your body. Inserted into the galea aponeurotica , epicranial aponeurosis the occipital belly communicates with the frontal belly by an intermediate tendon. This group of muscles combined are the largest muscles of the leg and located on the posterior of the femur. It is smaller in muscles that exhibit fine control.
1 Introduction 2 Chemical Organization 2. These are the Vastus Intermedius the Vastus Lateralis, the Vastus medialis the Rectus Femoris. Destination page number Search scope Search Text Search scope Search Text. Muscles blood vessels, internal organs , connected to bones sheetlike are in charge for movement.
A& P 9: Muscles & Muscle Tissue Flashcards Preview. wrappings extend beyond the muscle either as a ropelike tendon or as a sheetlike aponeurosis 21. An aponeurosis is a large flat sheetlike membrane of strong fascia that resembles a flattened tendon, and it serves to connect a muscle to the part that it moves. aponeurosis ( apŏ- newr- oh- sis) n. a thin but strong fibrous sheet of tissue that replaces a tendon in muscles that are flat and sheetlike and have a wide area of attachment ( e. — aponeurotic ( apŏ- newr- ot - ik) adj.
Each skeletal muscle is a discrete organ, made up of several kinds of tissues. Skeletal muscle fibers predominate, but blood vessels, nerve fibers, and substantial amounts of connective tissue are also present.