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Muscular System (Grade 9)

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Muscular System

All muscle found in the body can be classified into three groups. Most of the muscle in the body is                                     , which is muscle that only moves bones.                    muscle is another type of muscle that can be found in internal organs, such as the stomach or arteries. The last type of muscle is                      muscle, which is found only in the                  .
How many muscles are present in the human body?
  1. more than 600
  2. 400
  3. less than 100
  4. 116
The primary function of muscle tissue is
  1. movement by contraction.
  2. control of bodily activities.
  3. covering and protecting the body.
  4. holding the body parts together.
The                 is a muscular partition that helps humans to breathe.
  1. intercostal
  2. soleus
  3. oblique
  4. diaphragm
Where is the hamstring muscle located?
  1. back
  2. shoulder
  3. back of thigh
  4. hip and buttocks
Where are the trapezius and rhomboid muscles located?
  1. shoulder
  2. hip and buttocks
  3. stomach
  4. back
Where is the deltoid muscle located?
  1. shoulder
  2. front of arm
  3. back of arm
  4. back
In what way do tendons and ligaments differ?
  1. Ligaments connect muscles to bones, and tendons connect bones to bones.
  2. Ligaments connect muscles to muscles, and tendons connect muscles to bones.
  3. Ligaments connect bones to bones, and tendons connect muscles to bones.
  4. Ligaments connect tendons to tendons, and tendons connect ligaments to bones.
Slow twitch muscle fibers
  1. contract rapidly and are fatigue resistant.
  2. contract slowly and fatigue quickly.
  3. fatigue quickly and are usually used when jumping and sprinting.
  4. contract slowly and are fatigue resistant.
Explain the difference between voluntary and involuntary muscle.

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