Major bones and the muscles attached to them
Major bones of the body and the muscles that attach to each 1. Clavicle: it is the insertion of the upper trapezium muscle which is responsible for scapula elevation and extension of the head and neck. 2. Hummers: long bone to which the brachia muscle is attached at its distal half of the anterior portion of the hummers to help flexing of the elbow. 3. Radius: it is the insertion of the aphrodisiac’s muscle which is responsible for aspiration and probation of the arm 4.
Femur: it is the origin of he vistas intermediates at its upper 2/3 of the anterior surface, the muscle is helping in knee extension. 5. Tibia: it is the origin of the tibias anterior muscle which is attached to the upper 2/3 of the lateral surface of the tibia. It works for dorsal flexing of the ankle, inversion of the foot. 6. Thoracic vertebrae: it is the origin of the lower trapezium muscle which is attached to the copious process oft-TTT that helps in the upward rotation of the scapula. 7. Cervical vertebrae: CLC tock are the origin of elevator scapula muscles that elevates media margin of scapula. Lumbar vertebrae: it is one of the origins of the Ultimatums Doris which attaches to the back of the sacrum and copious process of lumbar and lower TO-TTT , posterior crest of Ilium and slips from the last 3 ribs , the Ultimatums Doris is responsible for adduction , extension , horizontal abduction and internal rotation of galvanometer Joint 9. Ilium: it is the origin of the erects femoral muscle that is attached to the anterior Iliac spine of the Ilium and a groove above the executable to flex the hip and extend the knee. 10.
Scapula: it Is the origin of the posterior deltoid which is attached to the Inferior edge of the spine scapula to perform abduction, extension, horizontal abduction and external rotation of the galvanometer Joint. 1 1 . Sternum: It Is the origin of the sterna pectorals major muscle which Is attached to the anterior surfaces of costal cartilage of the first 6 ribs and adjacent portion of sternum for Internal rotation, horizontal adduction, extension and adduction of the galvanometer joint. 12. Ulna: It Is the Insertion for the triceps brachia that helps In adduction of the householder Joint, extension of the elbow. 3. Rib: It Is the origin of the external oblique that attaches to external and Inferior borders of ribs 5-12 that compresses abdomen, depresses ribs. 14. Slum: It Is the origin and Insertion of the semi- membranous muscle that helps to extend the hips, flex the knee and make Internal rotation of the knee. 15. Fibula: It Is the orally of the coleus muscle In conjunction with the tibia bone, the coleus muscle Is for plantar flexing of the ankle. Major bones and the muscles attached to them By Magma-Zeta upward rotation of the scapula. Cervical vertebrae: CLC to CO are the origin of Ilium: it is the origin of the erects femoral muscle that is attached to the anterior iliac knee