Submaxillary- Aids in swallowing and breathing.
Temporalis and Masseter- Closes lower jaw.
Pectoralis- Moves arms toward and away from the body.
Deltoid- Draws arm forward, away and outward from the body.
Coracoradials- Aids the pectoralis in moving the arms.
Common Flexors- Flexes wrist joint.
Obliques and Abdomin- Flexes and extends the Abdominal Wall.
Triceps Femoris- Extends leg; straightens knee joint.
Sartorius, Gracilis Major, Gracilis Minor, & Semitendinosus- Moves thigh in and out and in a rotation.
Gastrocnemius- Extends foot; responsible for leaping action.
Tibialis Posterior, & Tibialis Anterior- Assists in foot flex and ankle rotation.
Common Extensors- Extends toes as in pointing.
Dorsal Fascia- Attaches Oblique muscles to the spine.
Depressor Mandibulae, & Dorsalis Scapulae- Helps hold the Humerous Bone in the socket.
Latissimus Dorsi- Moves arms up and down from reaching position.
Triceps Brachii- Extends the forarm at the elbow (during leaping).
Common Extensors- Extends the wrist.
Common Extensors of Back- Helps to maintain a straight spine.
Gluteus- Flexes and extends the Femur.
Biceps Femoris, & Semimembranosus- Flexes leg; bends the knee.
Gracilis Major, & Gracilis Minor- Moves thigh in and out by rotation.
Peroneus- Flexes foot.
Common Flexors- Flexes toes.