Part A

Match the muscles in column A with the Column A

a. brachialis _

b. coracobrachialis c. deltoid d. extensor carpi ulnaris _

e. flexor carpi ulnaris f. flexor digitorum profundus g. infraspinatus h. pectoralis major i. pectoralis minor j. pronator teres k. rhomboideus major _

l. serratus anterior m. supinator n. teres major o. triceps brachii actions in column B. Place the letter of your choice in the space provided.

Column B

_ 2. pulls arm forward and across chest and rotates arm medially

_ 3. flexes and adducts hand at the wrist

_ 4. raises and adducts scapula

_ 5. rotates forearm medially

_ 6. raises ribs in forceful inhalation or pulls scapula forward and downward

__7. turns forearm laterally

__8. used to thrust shoulder anteriorly, as when pushing something

__9. flexes the forearm at the elbow

__10. flexes and adducts arm at the shoulder along with pectoralis major

__11. extends the forearm at the elbow

__12. extends, adducts, and rotates arm medially

__13. extends and adducts hand at the wrist

__14. rotates arm laterally

__15. flexes distal joints of fingers 2-5

Essentials of Human Physiology

Essentials of Human Physiology

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