The Muscular System

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The Muscular System by Mind Map: The Muscular System

1. THE NERVOUS SYSTEM

1.1. Is intrinsically connected to the muscular system of the body

1.1.1. It is essentian to the volantary skeletal muscle

1.1.1.1. If the communication from the nervous system is sevenren from the skeletal muscle

2. SUPPORTIVE STRUCTURES

2.1. TEDONS

2.1.1. Attach a muscle to a bone

2.2. FASCIAS

2.2.1. Attach to muscle

2.3. Work together with the muscles

2.3.1. The which creater the muscular system

3. MADE UP OF 600 MUSCLES

4. 5 MAIN PROPETIES

4.1. EXCITABLE OR IRRITABLE

4.1.1. This means that they are capable of receiving stimulation and responding to stimulation

4.2. CONTRACTIBLE

4.2.1. After receiving stimulation they are capable of contracting or shortening

4.3. EXTENSIBLE

4.3.1. A muscle can be stretched cuithout damage by the appication of force

4.4. ELASTICITY

4.4.1. A muscle in able to retum to it is original resting shape and length after being extended or contracted

4.5. ADAPTABILITY

4.5.1. The muscular system is adaptable in that can be changed in response to how it is used

5. PRIMARY PURPOSE

5.1. Prade movement for the body

5.1.1. The muscles recive their ability to move the body

5.1.1.1. Nervous System

6. 5 TIPES OF MOVEMENTS

6.1. ADDUCTION

6.1.1. Moving a body part toward the mid-line of the body

6.2. ABDUCTION

6.2.1. Moving a body part away from the body

6.3. FLEXION

6.3.1. Bending a joint to decrease the angle between two bones or two body parts

6.4. EXTENSION

6.4.1. Stainghtening and extending of the joint to increase the angles between two bones or body parts

6.5. ROTATION

6.5.1. Rotation involes moving a body part aroud an axis

7. 3 TYPES OF MUSCLES

7.1. CARDIAC MUSCLE

7.1.1. INVOLUNTARY

7.1.1.1. The wales of the heart and contracts to circulate the blood

7.2. VISARAL

7.2.1. INVOLUNTARY

7.2.1.1. Organs or organs systems such as the digestive or respiratory system

7.3. SKELETAL MUSCLE

7.3.1. VOLUNTARY

7.3.1.1. Attach to the skeleton and provide the skeleton with the ability to move