11.2 Muscles and Movement
Essential Biology 11.2: Muscles and Movement.
Click4Biology page here.
Joints and the Skeleton:
Hip, shoulder, ankle, foot, knee from Mid South Orthopedics
Ball and socket joint from FreezeRay
Inside the knee from choroknamu
Antagonistic pair from FreezeRay
Muscles and Contraction:
Full tutorial from Brooks Cole
Great explanation from Campbell Biology
And another from McGraw Hill
Actin and myosin from Blackwell
Nice sarcomere animation and histology, from Blue Histology:
Can you explain the steps using all the key terms?
McGraw Hill – Freeman – Blackwell
Key terms: neuromuscular, bones, ligaments, muscles, nerves, tendons, cartilage, synovial, antagonistic, biceps, triceps, joints, striated, skeletal, sarcomere, myofibril, light, dark, band, mitochondria, sarcoplasmic reticulum, nuclei, sarcolemma, Z lines, H bands, actin, myosin, filaments, cross-bridges, contraction, ATP, calcium,
execellent slides again….well done!!!!!
I am sure u know this MASTER Richard….winner of edu blog 2008,2009 and 2010
under free tech for teachers
Both of your work are equally awesome
I don’t personally know Richard, though I do feature his blog in the footer area of this site, and nominated him for the 2010 award.
Glad to be of help!
This is also Option B Part 1 (for SL) – Thanks Stephen!!!