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The molecule that stores oxygen in skeletal muscle is:
The neurotransmitter released at the neuromuscular junction
An immovable joint found only between skull bones is called a:
A movement which results in the arms being moved away from the body laterally is called:
Which of the following does not characterize a synovial joint?
a joint cavity filled with fibrous tissue
A slightly movable joint composed of a bar of cartilage:
Articulations permitting only slight degrees of movement
The rotator cuff is important in stabilizing this joint.
Three joints in one; capsule incomplete anteriorly.
A deep socket is most important stabilizing factor.
All muscle tissue has all the following properties except:
Which of the following is not a usual result of exercise?
increase in the number of muscle cells
In muscle contraction, calcium acts to:
initiate the formation of cross bridges.
An elaborate network of membranes in skeletal muscle cells that functions in calcium storage is the:
Creatine phosphate functions in the muscle cell by:
storing energy which will be transferred to ADP to make ATP as needed.
After nervous stimulation of the muscle cell has ceased, the calcium:
is removed from the cell or stored until the next contraction.
Which of the following is composed of myosin?
Muscle tone is:
a state of sustained partial contraction.
Which of these surrounds the individual muscle cell?
Which of the following is not usually associated with a lever system?
Which of the following muscles acts in plantar flexion?
The muscle that is responsible for bringing about a particular movement.
A muscle named 'biceps' is named for the
number of origins
An immovable fibrous joint in the skull is a
The attachment of a muscle to the movable bone is the
The phase of contraction that refers to the period of time when a muscle does not respond to a second stimulus is the
In which type of muscle tissue would you find dense bodies?
The release of this element plays a key role in muscle contraction.
A sarcomere is the area:
between two Z lines
The hip and shoulder joints are examples of which type joint?
The lambdoidal suture is located between what two cranial bones?
In a fully contracted muscle the sarcomere is the length of the
Which of the following is not required for muscle contraction?
The of skeletal muscle fiber is the cell's plasma membrane.
Which layer of connective tissue covers a fascicle?
A single stimulus that gives one rapid contraction called a
The control center for the entire body which includes the brain and the spinal cord is
central nervous system
Nerves which convey impulses from the periphery to the spinal cord are
Cells which supply support and protection to the central nervous system are called
Bundles of myelinated neuronal processes in the central nervous system are
Neurons with several dendrites and one axon would be classified by structure as
These fibers conduct nerve impulses from the central nervous system to smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, glands, AND skeletal muscle:
An action potential is generated when a threshold signal reaches the
Neurons that conduct impulses from the central nervous system to skeletal muscle are part which nervous system?
Cells which are excitable and highly specialized for conduction of nerve impulses are
Action potentials are conducted more rapidly when
the axon is myelinated
The action potential can jump at the on the myelinated axon in saltatory conduction.
nodes of Ranvier
These supporting cells in the central nervous system form the myelin sheath.
The supporting cells that line the ventricles and aid in circulation of cerebrospinal fluid:
A bundle of fibers (axons or dendrites) in the peripheral nervous system are:
Restoring the membrane potential to the resting state is:
The major ion that moves into the neuron with depolarization:
Groups of neuron cell bodies in the peripheral nervous system form
A neurotransmitter is released at the synapse and generates a depolarization of the postsynaptic neuron. This is an
EPSP (excitatory postsynaptic potential)
The cell that is a special type of macrophage to remove foreign matter in the CNS is the:
Which of the following is true for mature neurons?
They do not undergo mitosis.
Which of the following is not considered a neurotransmitter?
Integration occurs at the:
brain or spinal cord
A neurotransmitter that is inhibitory would cause the membrane to
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