Lab notes for 10/13/15
Lab notes for 10/13/15 BIOL 103 - 03
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Megan Spees on Saturday October 17, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to BIOL 103 - 03 at University of Indianapolis taught by Nelson H. Kraus in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 23 views. For similar materials see Principles of Human Anatomy in Biology at University of Indianapolis.
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Date Created: 10/17/15
Tuesday October 13 2015 Lab Lab Origins and insertions Ones we39ve been talking about Sternocleidomastoid Insertion of quadriceps femoris Place on a bone tendon of the quadriceps insert on tibia Tibial tuberosity bumps on the bone utilize to side a tibia Bump there because something attaches to it Patellar ligament Six bones need to side Clavicle acromial and sternal ends are on opposite sides sternal is bigger Scapula Use glenoid cavity articulates with head of humerus Humerus Which side the articular head points Ribs Which way anterior view points Femur head of the femur is medial Tibia Articulated knee 12 or 13 Make sure you know them 4 rotator cuff muscles Tuesday October 13 2015 Supraspinatus originate originates right above the spine of the scapula from the supraspinatus fossa lnfraspinatus originates right below spine of scapula Teres minor subscapularis Pectoral girdle does not involve humerus Clavicle and scapula Thigh medial posterior anterior compartment know compartments and muscles in the compartments know common origins insertions and common actions sartorius taylors muscle 4 knees 68 free bones Rest muscles big stuff Backside of muscle man gluteus maximus easily labeled Side it triceps brachii Deltoid lat Gastrocnemius hamstrings group Trapezius Primarily ID questions on the lab practical Antagonistic muscles to labeled group
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