5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Motor neuron cause what?
- What are two ways skeletal muscle can be attached to a bone?
- What does Direct Phosphorylation do?
- What is an axon?
- What does the lactic acid build up go to?
- a muscle movement
- b in the blood where it is converted to glucose in liver and comes back to the muscle
- c moves phosphate from creatine to ADP to form ATP
- d Direct
- e a nerve
5 Multiple choice questions
- Red skeletal muscle because you use aerobic respiration
- no oxygen required
- Red skeletal muscle because you use anaerobic respiration
- I band because only Actin is found here
5 True/False questions
What happens if one motor unit gets tired? → Other motor units pick up the slack until fully recovered
What are the functions of Skeletal Muscle? → Movement
Allows external openings
What does mitochondria do in skeletal muscle? → Produce ATP, glucose, and oxygen
How does the action potential move across surface? → Depolarization
Where does the Acetylcholine go? → ACh binds onto ACh receptors to get to muscle cell