Lecture notes for 10/12/15
Lecture notes for 10/12/15 BIOL 103 - 03
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Lecture Notes 101215 101215 Muscles of head and neck Occipitalis forehead wrinkle Muscles of mastication Synergistic work together Temporalis masseter and internal and external pterylgoids 101415 Function of hamstring muscle posterior compartment flexes knee at hip Conder Articular joint surface Plantar flex foot gastrocnemius and scoliom Muscles of head and neck unlikely to ask epicranial Occipitalis located where lab Frontalis what lobe of brain lab Highlight muscles group Take out leotard angel kris Mentalis need Depressor angulis oris 6 figures of facial expression 101215 Stylohyoid gt origininsertion styloid process Hyoid more movable Insertions always more movable lnferior view of skull Anteriormedial to SCM Temporal bone SCM Platysma Trapezius LAB KNOW ALL MUSCLES OF MASTICATION KNOW ALL 6 FACIAL EXPRESSIONS 101615 Pelvic girdle Left and right os coxxae Sacrum and coccyx Symphsis pubis Muscles of mastication 0 45 Temporalis Masseter Media and lateral pterygoid Buccinator Know superficial muscles like trapezius lats Iatissimus dorsi antagonistic to what pectoralis major flexes humerus Levator scapulae cross out Rotator cuff muscles Serratus anterior not on a posterior view Take off transversus thoraoiois Diaphragm primary muscle of respiration made of skeletal muscle voluntary Internal and external interoostals Anterior view serratus anterior might label in lab KNOW 4 ABDOMINAL MUSCLES SUPERFICIAL to DEEPEST 101215