5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- voluntary muscles
- What do muscle cells have a lot of that give them energy?
- What things did we discuss that help muscles move?
- Where is your Achilles tendon?
- a Glucose, oxygen, vitamins and minerals
- b In the back of your ankle.
- c Mitochondria
- d muscles you can control by thinking about it
- e when a person is unable to move a part of their body
5 Multiple choice questions
- Blood vessels, stomach, intestines, and bladder
- By elevating your heart rate for 30 minutes or more several times a week
- Skeletal, smooth and cardiac
- when voluntary muscles move automatically without you consciously thinking about it
- Muscles that work opposite of each other.
5 True/False questions
smooth muscles → these muscles have no striations or stripes; they can be found in blood vessels, stomach, intestines or bladder
gluteus maximus → a disease which begins with the masseter tightening and preventing the jaw from opening; it is also called lockjaw
blood → strong, flexible fibers that attach bones to skeletal muscles
tendons → strong, flexible fibers that attach bones to skeletal muscles
rapid eye movement sleep (REM sleep) → part of the sleep cycle where your eyes move a lot; there is high brain activity and relaxation of the large muscles