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5 Matching questions

  1. What are the 3 parts?
  2. Origin
  3. Sliding Filament Therory
  4. Efferent Fibers
  5. Oblique
  1. a fibers at an angle to one another
  2. b gamma motor neurons; cause muscle spindle to contract when stimulated
  3. c where muscles startt
  4. d Central Nervous System(CNS), Peripheral Nervous System(PNS), Autonomic Nervous System(ANS)
  5. e the head of a myosin molecule in the thick filament is not attached to a bonding site on the thin filament; the release of Ca++ causes myosin head to bind ot the thin filament; a ratcheting acting of the heads pulls the thin filament toward the center of the sacromere; the myosin head detaches and is about to bind to the next site on thin filament

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. occurs in sheets around hollow viscera -digestive tract, walls of blood vessels: Role: movement of material along digestive tract, urinary bladder, uterus
  2. fast twitch, white in color, sparse with capillaries, fast contraction, fatigue more rapidly, produces large ROM, phasic, built for power
  3. dura mater, arachoid, pia mater
  4. muscle fibers running diagonally between several tendons (oblique)
  5. a fixed poing about which the lever rotates

5 True/False questions

  1. Quadrilateralfour-sided, usually flat, parallel fibers


  2. Passive Insufficiencyoccurs when an inactive antagonist muscle is of insuffficient length to allow full ROM available at the joint crossed by passive muscle


  3. Isometrican exercise where the speed is constant and the load will accommodate; pain facter, middle of range, strength


  4. Shunt Muscle(Type 1) proximal attachment is closer to the joint than the distal attachment, provides stability by compressing the joing


  5. Cardiac Muscleheart, base of great vessels next to heart