5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What is Isometric Contraction?
- Motor neuron cause what?
- What is a stustained muscle contraction?
- How does the action potential become chemical?
- What are T-tubules?How?
- a tetany
- b a muscle contraction where tension generated in the muscle is lesser than load on muscle
- c muscle movement
- d passageway from sarcolemma down into muscle cell electrically
- e when it goes over the synaptic cleft to motor end side
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- in the blood where it is converted to glucose in liver and comes back to the muscle
- ACh binds onto ACh receptors to get to muscle cell
- brain and spinal cord
- signal down axon electrically
- takes longer to produce ATP
5 True/False Questions
What is it called when our body need anaerobic respiration when we dont have enough oxygen during aerobic respiration? → Anaerobic threshold
What is myofibrils made up of? → sarcomeres that connet to each other
How does contraction stop? → NA+ channels close and get rid of ACh by an enzyme
Which skeletal muscle will you have more of if you are a marathon run? → Red skeletal muscle because you use anaerobic respiration
What is Epimysium? → covering on outside of muscle