5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is the synaptic cleft?
- What is a twitch?
- What does mitochondria do in skeletal muscle?
- What is the disadvantages of Aerobic Respiration?
- What does wave summations do?
- a takes longer to produce ATP
- b Produce ATP, glucose, and oxygen
- c get stronger with each contraction
- d a contraction of a muscle cell
- e the space between the muscle and axon terminal
5 Multiple choice questions
- lots of glucose for only 2 ATP and lactic acid cause soreness
- NA+ channels close and get rid of ACh by an enzyme
- lactic acid build up
- when it goes over the synaptic cleft to motor end side
- Direct Phorsphorylation
5 True/False questions
What is the section of sarcolemma under axon terminal? → end of nerve
What is a stustained muscle contraction? → a muscle contraction where tension generated in the muscle is greater than load on muscle
How does the action potential move across surface? → by NA+ channels opening it propagates along sarcolemma
The terminal cisternae is where? → sarcoplasmic reticulum
Where is CA++ stored at? → terminal cisternae