5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is Epimysium?
- What is sarcolemma?
- What does wave summations do?
- The axon terminal consist of what?
- Why does Muscles need ATP?
- a covering on outside of muscle
- b cell wall in skeletal muscle
- c get stronger with each contraction
- d synaptic vesicals that have ACh
- 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
- motor end plate
- in the blood where it is converted to glucose in liver and comes back to the muscle
5 True/False questions
At the end of the T-tubules what is opened? → CA++ channels is opened
What is Depolariziation? → NA+ gates close and K+ gates open and go outside cell inside becomes negative
What does Direct Phosphorylation do? → get stronger with each contraction
What are the neurotransmitters that go over the synaptic cleft? → the space between the muscle and axon terminal
How to prevent muscle spasms? → Ca++ stays in terminal cisternae and is blocked by Calsequestrin a chaperone molecule