5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- How does the AP get into the muscle cell for contraction?
- What is Repolarization?
- What is endomysium?
- Where does the Acetylcholine go?
- How does the body put NA+ back on outside and K+ back on inside to restore resting muscle cell?
- a NA+ gates close and K+ gates open and go outside cell inside becomes negative
- b by T-tubules
- c surrounds each individual muscle cell
- d ACh binds onto ACh receptors to get to muscle cell
- e NA-K ATPase pump
5 Multiple choice questions
- moves phosphate from creatine to ADP to form ATP
- Other motor units pick up the slack
- it goes on to sarcomere where it binds on the troponin to pull on the tropomyosin causing contraction
- wave summation
5 True/False questions
The sarcomere is composed up of from end to end? → terminal cisternae
What are the three ways to form ATP? → no oxygen required
What are the functions of Skeletal Muscle? → Movement
Allows external openings
Which skeletal muscle will you have more of if you are a sprinter? → Red skeletal muscle because you use anaerobic respiration
What is an axon terminal? → end of nerve