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A 10 page paper describing the five major muscle groups and providing specific information for a representative muscle from each. Includes six drawings of various muscles as well as information regarding their origin, insertion, function, and innervation. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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of muscle tissue in the human body. These types include skeletal muscle, visceral muscle, and cardiac muscle (Anthony and Thibodeau, 1983). It is the skeletal muscles to which
we often attribute the most importance. These muscles function in body locomotion. The visceral muscles are found in the walls of the bodies various organs while the term
"cardiac muscle" is reserved for the heart itself. These tissues, the skeletal, the visceral and the cardiac, comprise the five major muscle groups of the body. These major
muscle groups are the chest, the back, the arms and shoulders, the abdominals, and the legs and buttocks. The arms and legs are further subdivided into upper and lower
limb muscles. Skeletal muscles are classified as such because of their attachment to the various parts of an animals skeleton (Hickman Hickman and
Hickman, 1974). They are responsible for the movement of these various body parts and are typically extremely long with cylindrical multinucleated cells packed into bundles called fascicles and enclosed
by tough connective tissues (Hickman Hickman and Hickman, 1974). The fascicles are grouped into discrete muscles which are separated from one another by thin layers of connective tissue
(Hickman Hickman and Hickman, 1974). It is these muscles to which we most often assign the most importance in that their function is more obvious than is that of
either the visceral muscles or the cardiac muscles. The skeletal muscle tissue of an animal is distinct in that it is composed of
a multitude of fibers which typically extend the entire length of the muscle which are classified as myofibrils and sarcomeres. The fibers of an animals muscles are organized into