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Muscular system anatomy

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Stabilizer Muscles: What You Need To Know To Boost Your Performance - SET FOR SET

What are stabilizer muscles? Where are they and are they important? And, how to strengthen your stabilizer muscles? In this, you will learn everything you need to know.

Do you know all types of muscle tissue and their mode of activity? Learn all about the anatomy of (skeletal) muscle tissue! Read essential facts about the muscular system of the human body in our articles or watch our video lectures by visiting us here: https://www.lecturio.com

Muscle tissue is one of the basic tissue types. Histologically, muscles of the body can be classified into three types: skeletal, smooth, and cardiac muscle.

Muscles of the Hand Laminated Anatomy Chart

The Muscles of the Hand anatomy chart is one of the most beautifully illustrated and in-depth anatomy charts you will find on this intricate anatomical area. The hand incorporates countless muscles, bones, tendons and ligaments into simple motion and this chart covers them all. There are over two dozen gorgeous and painstakingly detailed illustrations on this chart, from the extensor pollicis longus to the flexor digitorum. This chart is perfect for educating medical students or for patient…

A table showing the functional groups for alcohol, thiol, ether, thioether, amine, aldehyde, ketone, carboxylic acid, ester, amide, acid anhydride, and aromatic.

A table showing the functional groups for alcohol, thiol, ether, thioether, amine, aldehyde, ketone, carboxylic acid, ester, amide, acid anhydride, and aromatic.

The human muscular system

The muscular system is composed of specialized cells called muscle fibers. Their predominant function is contractibility. Muscles, attached to bones or internal organs and blood vessels, are responsible for movement.

Our bodies are composed of over 650 muscles, which is divided into 3 major categories: the cardiac or heart muscle, the smooth muscles and the skeletal muscles that enable us to execute moves through voluntary contractions.

Our bodies are composed of over 650 muscles, which is divided into 3 major categories: the cardiac or heart muscle, the smooth muscles and the skeletal muscles that enable us to execute moves through voluntary contractions.