5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is the NA-K ATPase pump?
- Why does Muscles need ATP?
- Which skeletal muscle will you have more of if you are a marathon run?
- What is Fascia?
- What is muscle cells packed with?
- a Power of pump to restore ion balance
Re-set myosin head
Pump CA++ back to SR and terminal cisternae
Formation of creatine phosphate
- b myofibrils
- c it pumps 3 NA+ out for every 2K+
- d Red skeletal muscle because you use aerobic respiration
- e CT on surface of the epimysium
5 Multiple choice questions
- NA+ go inside muscle cell and inside becomes negative
- smallest contractile unit of skeletal muscle
- NA+ channels to open on motor end plate and go into muscle cell
- Stores oxygen in skeletal muscle
5 True/False questions
What is the disadvantages of Aerobic Respiration? → lots of glucose for only 2 ATP and lactic acid cause soreness
The axon terminal consist of what? → motor neuron and all of the muscle cells under its control
What is the disadvantages of Anaerobic Respiration? → lots of glucose for only 2 ATP and lactic acid cause soreness
How does the body put NA+ back on outside and K+ back on inside to restore resting muscle cell? → NA-K ATPase pump
Where does the Acetylcholine go? → ACh binds onto ACh receptors to get to muscle cell