Nicknames of the Muscles
Diseases of the Muscles
Properties of Muscles
Types of Muscles
Miscellaneous
100

Maximus

What is your booty?

100
What is the disease that causes chronic pain to the muscles?
100
The ability muscle tissue has to shorten and contract forcefully. (https://quizlet.com/1296988/properties-of-muscle-tissue-flash-cards/)
What is Contractility?
100
Cardiac, Smooth, Skeletal
What are the three types of muscles?
100

Muscle controlled consciously by a person such as speaking

Define Voluntary Muscle and give an example

200

Gastrocnemius

What is the Calf Muscle.

200
Degenerative disease that causes tendons to break down and form scar tissue when the tendons are no longer able to repair themselves after an injury (http://study.com/academy/lesson/muscular-system injuries-disorders.html)
What is Tendonitis?
200
The capability of recieving and responding to stimilation by the nerves
What is Excitability?
200
Involuntary
Are smooth muscles voluntary or involuntary?
200
Muscle controlled subconsciously such as breathing
Define Involuntary and give an example
300

Quadriceps

What is your quads?

300
A bacterial infection that causes a widespread of pain from stiffness to paralysis. (http://study.com/academy/lesson/muscular-system-injuries-disorders.html)
What is Tetanus?
300
The ability to be stretched without damage
What is Extensibilty?
300
muscle tissue that is marked by transverse dark and light bands, is made up of elongated usually multinucleated fibers, and includes skeletal muscle, cardiac muscle, and most muscle of arthropods (https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/striated%20muscle)
What does the term striated muscle mean?
300

There are no exact number of these in our body because there are different opinions of what constitutes a distinct muscle. (https://www.enotes.com/homework-help/how-many-muscles-human-body-289024)

What is the total amount of muscles in the body?

400

Abdominals

What are your six pack/ abs?

400

What is the disease described below? A group of diseases that weaken the muscular system and make it harder to move. The diseases are usually progressive and affect proteins causing the death of muscle cells. http://study.com/academy/lesson/muscular-system-injuries-disorders.html

400
Being able to return to resting shape after being contracted or extended
What is Elasticity?
400
Biceps
What is an example of a striated muscle?
400
Skeletal System & Nervous System
What other systems of the body do the muscles work with?
500

Bi's and Tri's

Biceps and Triceps

500

When the immune system attacks the junction between the nerves and muscles, making it hard for your brain to communicate with the muscles. 

What is Myasthenia Gravis?

500

Adaptability, Contactility, Excitability, Extensibility, and Elasticity 

What are the five properties of muscle tissue?

500

Pharyngeal Muscle, Skeletal Muscle & Cardiac Muscle 

What three types of muscles have striated muscles?

500

The gluteus maximus is the largest muscle in the human body. 

What is the booty?

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