This quiz is designed to help students recognize the hypobranchial muscles of a cat. It will also help them learn the origins, insertions, and actions of these muscles.
Sternomastoid: is involved in flexion and turning of the head
Sternohyoid: retracts the larynx
Cleidomastoid: turns the head and moves the clavicle anteriorly
Sternohyoid: retracts the hyoid
Origin: First costal cartilage; Insertion: Thyroid cartilage of the larynx
Origin: Lateral portion of the thyroid cartilage of the larynx; Insertion: Hyoid bone
Origin: Clavicle; Insertion: Mastoid process of the temporal bone
Origin: Stylohyal; Insertion: Body of the hyoid
ID: Geniohyoid; hyoglossus muscle
ID: Sternothyroid; digastric muscle
ID: Sternohyoid; thyrohyoid muscle
ID: Geniohyoid: mylohyoid muscle
Protracts the hyoid
Retracts and depresses the tongue
Elevates the floor of the mouth
Retracts the larynx
Inserts in the tongue and retracts and depresses the tongue.
Inserts in the tongue and draws the tip of the tongue backward and the root forward.
Inserts in the tongue and retracts and elevates the tongue.
Inserts in the tongue and protracts the hyoid.
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