5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- The terminal cisternae is where?
- What is more that one contraction called?
- What is the disadvantages of Aerobic Respiration?
- What does ACh trigger?
- Why does Muscles need ATP?
- a sarcoplasmic reticulum
- b NA+ channels to open on motor end plate and go into muscle cell
- c wave summation
- d takes longer to produce ATP
- e Power of pump to restore ion balance
Re-set myosin head
Pump CA++ back to SR and terminal cisternae
Formation of creatine phosphate
5 Multiple choice questions
- the space between the muscle and axon terminal
- Bundle of muscle cells
Allows external openings
- it goes on to sarcomere where it binds on the troponin to pull on the tropomyosin causing contraction
- NA+ channels close and get rid of ACh by an enzyme
5 True/False questions
What does Aerobic Respiration produce? → CO2
At the end of the T-tubules what is opened? → CA++ channels is opened
Which skeletal muscle will you have more of if you are a marathon run? → Red skeletal muscle because you use aerobic respiration
Which band is the ligh band?Why? → I band because only Actin is found here
What happens if one motor unit gets tired? → Other motor units pick up the slack until fully recovered