5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- How does the AP get into the muscle cell for contraction?
- What is fascicle?
- Motor neuron cause what?
- What is Depolariziation?
- What is the synaptic cleft?
- a by T-tubules
- b Bundle of muscle cells
- c the space between the muscle and axon terminal
- d NA+ go inside muscle cell and inside becomes negative
- e muscle movement
5 Multiple choice questions
- motor end plate
- yes ATP is still being made
- a nerve
- liquid portion of muscle cell
- moves phosphate from creatine to ADP to form ATP
5 True/False questions
What is the disadvantages of Aerobic Respiration? → lots of glucose for only 2 ATP and lactic acid cause soreness
What is the disadvantages of Anaerobic Respiration? → no oxygen required
What is Isometric Contraction? → a muscle contraction where tension generated in the muscle is lesser than load on muscle
How to prevent muscle spasms? → Ca++ stays in terminal cisternae and is blocked by Calsequestrin a chaperone molecule
What is Repolarization? → NA+ go inside muscle cell and inside becomes negative