Mouth Genioglossus

Biol&241 Unit 3, Lab 1Biol&241 Unit 3, Lab 1
You must know action, origin, and insertion of all muscles marked with “*” know action of all others and be able to identify all muscles on models and charts. Refer to Muscle list provided. Genioglossus
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Études internationales supportant la physiothérapie comme traitement de l’apnée du sommeilÉtudes internationales supportant la physiothérapie comme traitement de l’apnée du sommeil
Effects of oropharyngeal exercises on patients with moderate obstructive sleep apnea syndrome. Genioglossus
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The pectoralis major muscle is an example of which muscle arrangement?The pectoralis major muscle is an example of which muscle arrangement?
Which of these muscles has the femur as the point of origin and the tibia as a point of insertion?. Genioglossus
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GenioglossusGenioglossus
Genioglossus muscle is the fan-shaped extrinsic tongue muscle that forms the majority of the body of the tongue. Its origin is the mental spine of the mandible and its fibers pass to the tip and dorsum of the tongue. Genioglossus
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What happens to the sound wave after it travels from the glottis to the mouth?What happens to the sound wave after it travels from the glottis to the mouth?
The sound is transferred partway back down the vocal tract so it can enter the nasal cavity. Genioglossus
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Experimental preparationExperimental preparation
Chei-inhibitor neostigmine and an amd after recovery from a neuromuscular blockade, and in the third protocol the effects of neostigmine/glycopyrrolate. Genioglossus
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Chapter 11 Answers to “What Did You Learn?”Chapter 11 Answers to “What Did You Learn?”
The muscles of facial expression originate either in the superficial fascia or on the surface of the skull. Genioglossus
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Old torso model musclesOld torso model muscles
Genioglossus
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