5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Where is CA++ stored at?
- How does the AP get into the muscle cell for contraction?
- Where does the Acetylcholine go?
- What if a motor unit is damaged?
- What is more that one contraction called?
- a terminal cisternae
- b by T-tubules
- c wave summation
- d ACh binds onto ACh receptors to get to muscle cell
- e Other motor units pick up the slack
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Direct Phorsphorylation
- lactic acid build up
- Produce ATP, glucose, and oxygen
- Z disk
- covering on outside of muscle
5 True/False Questions
How does the body put NA+ back on outside and K+ back on inside to restore resting muscle cell? → by NA+ channels opening it propagates along sarcolemma
How does the action potential become chemical? → by NA+ channels opening it propagates along sarcolemma
The axon terminal consist of what? → motor neuron and all of the muscle cells under its control
How does the action potential move across surface? → by NA+ channels opening it propagates along sarcolemma
What is the NA-K ATPase pump? → limited amount of energy