5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What does ACh trigger?
- What are T-tubules?How?
- What is myofibrils made up of?
- What is Isometric Contraction?
- What happens if all motor units gets tired?
- a a muscle contraction where tension generated in the muscle is lesser than load on muscle
- b passageway from sarcolemma down into muscle cell electrically
- c NA+ channels to open on motor end plate and go into muscle cell
- d sarcomeres that connet to each other
- e The object that is being held will have to be put down
5 Multiple choice questions
- Direct Phorsphorylation
- Bundle of muscle cells
- by NA+ channels opening it propagates along sarcolemma
- synaptic vesicals that have ACh
- it goes on to sarcomere where it binds on the troponin to pull on the tropomyosin causing contraction
5 True/False questions
What are the neurotransmitters that go over the synaptic cleft? → Acetylcholine(ACh)
What does wave summations do? → moves phosphate from creatine to ADP to form ATP
Where does the motor unit come from? → ACh binds onto ACh receptors to get to muscle cell
What is an axon terminal? → cell wall in skeletal muscle
What are the characteristics of Muscles? → Movement
Allows external openings