5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- How does action potential move across cell electrically?
- At the end of the T-tubules what is opened?
- What is the synaptic cleft?
- Which skeletal muscle will you have more of if you are a sprinter?
- What is fascicle?
- a the space between the muscle and axon terminal
- b CA++ channels is opened
- c Red skeletal muscle because you use anaerobic respiration
- d Bundle of muscle cells
- e Depolarization
5 Multiple choice questions
- The object that is being held will have to be put down
- NA+ channels to open on motor end plate and go into muscle cell
- Stores oxygen in skeletal muscle
- it goes on to sarcomere where it binds on the troponin to pull on the tropomyosin causing contraction
- Direct Phorsphorylation
5 True/False questions
Which band is the ligh band?Why? → I band because only Actin is found here
What does the lactic acid build up go to? → ACh binds onto ACh receptors to get to muscle cell
What is an axon? → a nerve
What is Depolariziation? → AP is spreading inside becomes positive
The axon terminal consist of what? → synaptic vesicals that have ACh