5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is Repolarization?
- How does contraction stop?
- What are the functions of Skeletal Muscle?
- How does action potential move across cell electrically?
- At the end of the T-tubules what is opened?
- a NA+ gates close and K+ gates open and go outside cell inside becomes negative
- b NA+ channels close and get rid of ACh by an enzyme
- c CA++ channels is opened
- d Movement
Allows external openings
- e Depolarization
5 Multiple choice questions
- cell wall in skeletal muscle
- Pink skeletal muscle because you use aerobic and anaerobic respiration
- lots of glucose for only 2 ATP and lactic acid cause soreness
- wave summation
- a nerve
5 True/False questions
What is fascicle? → Bundle of muscle cells
What is the disadvantages of Aerobic Respiration? → takes longer to produce ATP
What are the different types of contractions? → Direct Phorsphorylation
How does the action potential become chemical? → signal down axon electrically
What are T-tubules?How? → passageway from sarcolemma down into muscle cell electrically