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Exercise Physiology-skeletal muscle
Functions of skeletal muscle
Muscles are attached to bones by
Epimysium
perimysium
-force production for locomotion and breathing... -force product…
tendons
surrounds entire muscle
surrounds bundles of muscle fibers called fascicles
Functions of skeletal muscle
-force production for locomotion and breathing... -force product…
Muscles are attached to bones by
tendons
Exercise Physiology- Skeletal Muscle
What is muscle tissue composed of and…
What are the functions of muscle tissue?
what are myofibrils?
what is a fascicle?
75% water, 20% protein, 5% Ca++, enzymes, fats and CHO
1. force generation for locomotion and breathing... 2. postural…
threadlike strands (contain contractile proteins) inside musc…
group of bundled muscle cells.
What is muscle tissue composed of and…
75% water, 20% protein, 5% Ca++, enzymes, fats and CHO
What are the functions of muscle tissue?
1. force generation for locomotion and breathing... 2. postural…
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Exercise Physiology Skeletal Muscle
Tendons
Fasciculus
muscle fiber
myofibrils
bands of tough, fibrous connective tissue that connect muscle…
small bundle of muscle fibers
long, multi-nucleated cell that generates force when stimulated
portion of muscle composed of thin and thick myofilaments (ac…
Tendons
bands of tough, fibrous connective tissue that connect muscle…
Fasciculus
small bundle of muscle fibers
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Exercise Physiology (Skeletal Muscle)
600
40-50%
1. force production for locomotion, br…
epimysium
How many skeletal muscles are in the humna body?
skeletal muscles make up ______ of total body weight
function of skeletal muscles
structure of skeletal muscle that surrounds the entire muscle
600
How many skeletal muscles are in the humna body?
40-50%
skeletal muscles make up ______ of total body weight
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Exercise Physiology - Skeletal Muscle
Epimysium
Afferent
Efferent
Excitability
surrounds skeletal muscle, layer of connective tissue
receive information from our sensory organs and transmit this…
sends impulses from CNS to your limbs and organs
ability to respond or contract in response to chemical or ele…
Epimysium
surrounds skeletal muscle, layer of connective tissue
Afferent
receive information from our sensory organs and transmit this…
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Exercise Physiology (Skeletal Muscle)
Myofibrils
Sarcoplasm
Thin Filament
Thick Filament
Threadlike strands within muscle fibers containing contractil…
Sarcoplasmic Reticulun (Storage site of Ca) ... Transverse tubu…
Actin - binding sites for myosin crossbridges ... Troponin - bin…
Myosin - crossbridges, ATP binding sites
Myofibrils
Threadlike strands within muscle fibers containing contractil…
Sarcoplasm
Sarcoplasmic Reticulun (Storage site of Ca) ... Transverse tubu…
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Exercise Physiology - Skeletal Muscle Contraction
Describe the role of actin in skeletal…
Describe the role of myosin in skeleta…
Describe the role of troponin in skele…
Describe the role of tropomyosin in sk…
- Makes up thin filaments... - Contains myosin binding site that…
- makes up thick filaments... - contains myosin heads that attac…
- sits atop tropomyosin on actin filament... - attachement of Ca…
- skinny protein that wraps around actin filament... - attacheme…
Describe the role of actin in skeletal…
- Makes up thin filaments... - Contains myosin binding site that…
Describe the role of myosin in skeleta…
- makes up thick filaments... - contains myosin heads that attac…
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Exercise Physiology - Skeletal Muscle Contraction
Describe the role of actin in skeletal…
Describe the role of myosin in skeleta…
Describe the role of troponin in skele…
Describe the role of tropomyosin in sk…
- Makes up thin filaments... - Contains myosin binding site that…
- makes up thick filaments... - contains myosin heads that attac…
- sits atop tropomyosin on actin filament... - attachement of Ca…
- skinny protein that wraps around actin filament... - attacheme…
Describe the role of actin in skeletal…
- Makes up thin filaments... - Contains myosin binding site that…
Describe the role of myosin in skeleta…
- makes up thick filaments... - contains myosin heads that attac…
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Exercise Physiology Exam 2 Skeletal Muscle
muscle from biggest to smallest
fasciculus
role of connective tissue
Epimysium
fasciculus, muscle fiber, myofibril, myofilaments
Fasciculus: small bundle of muscle fibers
Stabilizes & supports components of skeletal muscle... Surrounds…
Epimysium: covers whole muscle
muscle from biggest to smallest
fasciculus, muscle fiber, myofibril, myofilaments
fasciculus
Fasciculus: small bundle of muscle fibers
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Exercise Physiology - Skeletal Muscle Contraction
Describe the role of actin in skeletal…
Describe the role of myosin in skeleta…
Describe the role of troponin in skele…
Describe the role of tropomyosin in sk…
- Makes up thin filaments... - Contains myosin binding site that…
- makes up thick filaments... - contains myosin heads that attac…
- sits atop tropomyosin on actin filament... - attachement of Ca…
- skinny protein that wraps around actin filament... - attacheme…
Describe the role of actin in skeletal…
- Makes up thin filaments... - Contains myosin binding site that…
Describe the role of myosin in skeleta…
- makes up thick filaments... - contains myosin heads that attac…
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Exercise Physiology - Skeletal Muscle Contraction
Describe the role of actin in skeletal…
Describe the role of myosin in skeleta…
Describe the role of troponin in skele…
Describe the role of tropomyosin in sk…
- Makes up thin filaments... - Contains myosin binding site that…
- makes up thick filaments... - contains myosin heads that attac…
- sits atop tropomyosin on actin filament... - attachement of Ca…
- skinny protein that wraps around actin filament... - attacheme…
Describe the role of actin in skeletal…
- Makes up thin filaments... - Contains myosin binding site that…
Describe the role of myosin in skeleta…
- makes up thick filaments... - contains myosin heads that attac…
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Clinical Exercise Physiology: Skeletal Muscle and Exercise
Skeletal muscle
Collagen matrix
Heterogeneous
Type 1
largest organ in the body- 36-42% bw, highly compartmentalise…
Muscle fibres are embedded in a _______________ at the ends o…
Human skeletal muscle fibres are _____________ both within an…
______ muscle fibres are slow and oxidative- red due to high…
Skeletal muscle
largest organ in the body- 36-42% bw, highly compartmentalise…
Collagen matrix
Muscle fibres are embedded in a _______________ at the ends o…
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Exercise Physiology Chapter 17: Skeletal Muscle System
Irritability
Contractility
Extensibility
Elasticity
The ability of a muscle to receive and respond to stimuli
The ability of a muscle to respond to stimulus by shortening
The ability of a muscle to be stretched or lengthened
The ability of a muscle to return to resting length after bei…
Irritability
The ability of a muscle to receive and respond to stimuli
Contractility
The ability of a muscle to respond to stimulus by shortening
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Exercise Physiology Chapter 8 Skeletal Muscle
How many skeletal muscles does the hum…
What are the 2 functions of Skeletal M…
Do Flexors increase or decrease joint…
Do Extensors increase or decrease join…
- 400+ skeletal muscles in the human body... - 40-50% of total b…
-force production for locomotion, breathing, and postural sup…
decrease joint angle ("F" in flexor and "D" in decrease are b…
increase joint angle("E" in extensor and "I" in increase are…
How many skeletal muscles does the hum…
- 400+ skeletal muscles in the human body... - 40-50% of total b…
What are the 2 functions of Skeletal M…
-force production for locomotion, breathing, and postural sup…
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Exercise Physiology Skeletal Muscle part A
epimysium
fasciculus
perimysium
muscle fibers
the outer connective tissue that surround an entire muscle, h…
a small bundle of muscle fibers wrapped in a connective tissu…
the connective tissue sheath surrounding each muscle fasciculus
an individual muscle cell
epimysium
the outer connective tissue that surround an entire muscle, h…
fasciculus
a small bundle of muscle fibers wrapped in a connective tissu…
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Exercise Physiology II - Chapter Eight: Skeletal Muscle
Thin cylinder that typically extends t…
Muscle cell membrane:
Surrounds each individual muscle fiber:
Surrounds bundles of muscle fibers:
Muscle fibers
Sarcolemma
Endomysium
Perimysium
Thin cylinder that typically extends t…
Muscle fibers
Muscle cell membrane:
Sarcolemma
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Exercise Physiology (Body Composition and Skeletal Muscle)
Define: Mesomorph
Define: Ectomorph
Define: Endomorph
List 3 conditions that are affected by…
Muscular and solid
Fat and increased fat storage
Slim and skinny
Heart disease... Diabetes... Sleep apenea
Define: Mesomorph
Muscular and solid
Define: Ectomorph
Fat and increased fat storage
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Exercise Physiology KINES 3091 (skeletal muscle)
What are the 4 main characteristics of…
What is the muscle organizational hier…
What is the smallest, most basic part…
What are the connective tissues of mus…
excitability, contractibility, extensibility, elasticity
Muscle, fasicles, fibers, myofibrils, sarcomeres
sarcomere
epimysium, perimysium, endomysium, basement membrane, sarcole…
What are the 4 main characteristics of…
excitability, contractibility, extensibility, elasticity
What is the muscle organizational hier…
Muscle, fasicles, fibers, myofibrils, sarcomeres
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Exercise Physiology: Skeletal Muscle and Cardiovascular System
Structure of Skeletal Muscle
Epimysium
Perimysium
Endomysium
bone ... tendon ... epimysium ... perimysium ... blood vessel…
- Surrounds entire muscle... - Tapers to form tendon... - Connects…
- Surrounds bundle of muscle fibers (fascicle)
- Surrounds individual muscle fibers
Structure of Skeletal Muscle
bone ... tendon ... epimysium ... perimysium ... blood vessel…
Epimysium
- Surrounds entire muscle... - Tapers to form tendon... - Connects…
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Exercise 12 Microscopic Anatomy and Physiology of Skeletal Muscles
Endomysium
Epimysium
Perimysium
Fascia
Layer of connective tissue that surrounds an individual muscl…
Layer of connective tissue that surrounds a skeletal muscle.
Layer of connective tissue that separates a muscle into small…
Connective tissue located between adjacent muscles.
Endomysium
Layer of connective tissue that surrounds an individual muscl…
Epimysium
Layer of connective tissue that surrounds a skeletal muscle.
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Exercise Physiology II - Chapter Eight: Skeletal Muscle
Thin cylinder that typically extends t…
Muscle cell membrane:
Surrounds each individual muscle fiber:
Surrounds bundles of muscle fibers:
Muscle fibers
Sarcolemma
Endomysium
Perimysium
Thin cylinder that typically extends t…
Muscle fibers
Muscle cell membrane:
Sarcolemma
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Test 2 Exercise Physiology- skeletal muscle II
Which part of the filament are close t…
What is a power stroke
What are the excitation contraction co…
What does tropomyosin do
Z lines
when myosin heads bind to actin
1. nerve signal at synaptic knob... 2. Ach is released into syna…
blocks the myosin binding sites on actin
Which part of the filament are close t…
Z lines
What is a power stroke
when myosin heads bind to actin
Physiology Lecture 6 skeletal muscle adaptations to exercise
strength
Force
Tension
torque
non-scientific description when applied to muscle
mass x acceleration
type of force that tends to pull things apart; only type of f…
force x perpendicular distance from axis of rotation
strength
non-scientific description when applied to muscle
Force
mass x acceleration
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Exercise Physiology 1 Final (skeletal muscle)
type IIx fibers
type IIa fibers
type Ia fibers
contributing factors of muscle fatigue
fast-twitch, fast-glycolytic
intermediate fibers, fast-oxidative glycolytic fibers
slow-twitch, slow-oxidative
high intensity exercise (~60 seconds) AND long duration exerc…
type IIx fibers
fast-twitch, fast-glycolytic
type IIa fibers
intermediate fibers, fast-oxidative glycolytic fibers
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Exercise 12 Microscopic Anatomy and Physiology of Skeletal Muscles
Skeletal Muscle
Cardiac Muscle
Smooth Muscle
Skeletal Muscle
parallel, long, cylindrical fibers with multiple peripherally…
short, branched, striated cells (myocytes) with single centra…
elongated, non-striated, spindle-shaped cell; one central cig…
produces voluntary movement of the bones and some skin
Skeletal Muscle
parallel, long, cylindrical fibers with multiple peripherally…
Cardiac Muscle
short, branched, striated cells (myocytes) with single centra…
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Lecture 9 pt 5- muscle metabolism and skeletal exercise physiology
Skeletal muscle is able to switch betw…
Low activity
High activity
only source used directly for contract…
low and high activity levels
Relaxed and using a moderate amount of ATP
Contracting and using ATP at a rapid pace
ATP
Skeletal muscle is able to switch betw…
low and high activity levels
Low activity
Relaxed and using a moderate amount of ATP
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Exercise Physiology Lecture 3: Structure and Function of Skeletal Muscle
How do we acutely increase force gener…
Type 1 Muscle Fibers
Type 2 Muscle Fibers
Metabolism of Different Fiber Types
Recruit more motor units (alpha motor neurons); *release mo…
darkest stained;... Peak tension in 110 ms (slow twitch);... Slower…
Peak tension in 50 ms (fast twitch);... Fast myosin ATPase = fas…
Type I: slow-oxidative (SO);... Type IIa: fast-oxidative-glycoly…
How do we acutely increase force gener…
Recruit more motor units (alpha motor neurons); *release mo…
Type 1 Muscle Fibers
darkest stained;... Peak tension in 110 ms (slow twitch);... Slower…
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Exercise Physiology Exam 2: Exercise Metabolism, Hormonal Response, Skeletal Muscle
Indirect Calorimetry ... - Assumed that…
Direct Calorimetry
Oxygen Consumption/ Delivery ... - Inhale…
Concept of O2 Consumption, Utilization…
- Assumed that O2 consumption reflects ATP synthesized... - Dire…
- Isn't sufficient for measuring heat
- Inhaled and delivered to the lungs, then tissues... - Cardiac…
- Less O2 exits a tissue bed than enters because it has been…
Indirect Calorimetry ... - Assumed that…
- Assumed that O2 consumption reflects ATP synthesized... - Dire…
Direct Calorimetry
- Isn't sufficient for measuring heat
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9.5 Muscle Metabolism and Skeletal Muscle Exercise Physiology
low activity
high activity
ATP
3-6 seconds after
activity state of muscle where the muscle is relaxed and usin…
activity state of muscle where the muscle is contracting and…
what is the only source that is used directly for contractile…
available muscle stores of ATP are depleted how long from the…
low activity
activity state of muscle where the muscle is relaxed and usin…
high activity
activity state of muscle where the muscle is contracting and…
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Exercise Physiology - Skeletal Muscle - Chapter 1 Study Guide - Exam 1
Distinguish among 3 types of muscle ti…
Know the structural arrangement of mus…
Know muscle fiber struction:... Sarcole…
T-tubules
🔺skeletal - voluntary muscle, ... controlled consciously... 🔺smoot…
Connective tissue layers:... epi-, peri-, and endo-mysium... Fas…
cell membrane... muscle fiber outermost
🔺allows ones to get into muscles for contraction (digest trac…
Distinguish among 3 types of muscle ti…
🔺skeletal - voluntary muscle, ... controlled consciously... 🔺smoot…
Know the structural arrangement of mus…
Connective tissue layers:... epi-, peri-, and endo-mysium... Fas…
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Exercise Physiology Chapter 18: Skeletal Muscle: Structure and Function
1. Various connective tissue wrappings…
2. A skeletal muscle fiber by weight c…
3. The muscle's oxygen consumption dur…
4. The sarcomere represents the
act on bony levers to transform chemical energy of ATP into m…
75% water, 20% protein, and the remainder inorganic salts, en…
70 times the resting level.... Immediate adjustments and longer…
functional unit of the muscle fiber. It contains the contract…
1. Various connective tissue wrappings…
act on bony levers to transform chemical energy of ATP into m…
2. A skeletal muscle fiber by weight c…
75% water, 20% protein, and the remainder inorganic salts, en…
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Skeletal Muscles & Muscle Physiology
Motor Unit
Electromyogram
Motor Unit Recruitment
Dynamometry
one motor neuron attached to all the skeletal muscles it cont…
Record of the skin voltage produced by the contrasting muscle…
If you are lifting a small object (1 lb.), only a small numbe…
Measurement of power generated during muscle contraction
Motor Unit
one motor neuron attached to all the skeletal muscles it cont…
Electromyogram
Record of the skin voltage produced by the contrasting muscle…
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Exercise Phys: Skeletal Muscle
List the structures involved with musc…
What are the steps involved in muscle…
How does ATP affect muscle contraction?
Describe the all or non principle of m…
actin, myosin, troponin, tropomyosin, ATP, calcium
1. AP in motor neuron causes release of ACh into synaptic cle…
required for muscle contraction- Myosin breaks down ATP
a stimulus strong enough to trigger an AP activated all muscl…
List the structures involved with musc…
actin, myosin, troponin, tropomyosin, ATP, calcium
What are the steps involved in muscle…
1. AP in motor neuron causes release of ACh into synaptic cle…
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Physiology - Skeletal Muscle Physiology
Characteristics of Skeletal Muscle
List the Main Events in Skeletal Muscl…
Role of Ca2+ in muscle contraction
What is the Sliding Filament Theory?
Voluntary.... Attached to bones or skin;... Multinucleate.... Striated…
Action potential through motor neuron. AP triggers ACh releas…
Promotes Presynaptic neurotransmitter release.... Released from…
During contraction, myosin heads form cross-bridges with acti…
Characteristics of Skeletal Muscle
Voluntary.... Attached to bones or skin;... Multinucleate.... Striated…
List the Main Events in Skeletal Muscl…
Action potential through motor neuron. AP triggers ACh releas…
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Skeletal Muscle Adaptations to Exercise
Strength
Force
Tension
Torque
- Non scientific description when applied to muscle
= mass X acceleration
- Type of force that tends to pull things apart; it is the on…
- Force X Perpendicular distance from the axis of rotation (F…
Strength
- Non scientific description when applied to muscle
Force
= mass X acceleration
30 terms
skeletal muscle and physiology
skeletal muscle
muscle fibers
myofibrils
myofilaments
attaches to the skeleton or connective tissue; shapes the bod…
long cylindrical cells; multinucleate; multiple oval nuclei c…
long rod-shaped organelles that nearly fill the sarcoplasm- c…
makes up the myofibrils; contain actin and myosin
skeletal muscle
attaches to the skeleton or connective tissue; shapes the bod…
muscle fibers
long cylindrical cells; multinucleate; multiple oval nuclei c…
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Exercise 12 - Skeletal Muscle Histology
Tendon
Epimysium
Perimysium
Endomysium
- Dense regular connective tissue... - Located at ends of a musc…
- Dense layer of connective tissue... - Rich in collagen fibers…
- Fibrous connective tissue... - Rich in collagen & elastin... - Di…
- Delicate connective tissue layer... - Encases individual muscl…
Tendon
- Dense regular connective tissue... - Located at ends of a musc…
Epimysium
- Dense layer of connective tissue... - Rich in collagen fibers…
62 terms
Exercise Physiology Exam 1 (Skeletal Muscle, Glycolysis, Energy...)
What are the functions of skeletal mus…
What are muscle fascicles, muscle fibe…
How do satellite cells support skeleta…
What are the differences among a sarco…
-Force production for locomotion and breathing... -Force product…
Muscle fascicles- contain fiber bundles, motor nerve, and blo…
-Increase number of nuclei
-Sarcomere-functional contractile unit of skeletal muscle ... -…
What are the functions of skeletal mus…
-Force production for locomotion and breathing... -Force product…
What are muscle fascicles, muscle fibe…
Muscle fascicles- contain fiber bundles, motor nerve, and blo…
87 terms
Muscle - Applied Exercise Physiology
where is smooth muscle tissue found? w…
4 functional characteristics of muscle…
Functional unit of a myofibril? What a…
5 structural proteins?
Found in the walls of hollow visceral organs, such as the sto…
1. Excitability, or irritability - the ability to receive and…
sarcomere. actin, myosin, & z proteins (in the z disc).
alpha actinin, myomesin, C protein, titin, nebulin.
where is smooth muscle tissue found? w…
Found in the walls of hollow visceral organs, such as the sto…
4 functional characteristics of muscle…
1. Excitability, or irritability - the ability to receive and…
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Resistive Exercise & Skeletal Muscle
T or F: distribution is not able to be…
phasic;... low capillary density/white;... h…
tonic;... high capillary density/red;... pre…
cross sectional area of muscle, not fi…
True
fast twitch
slow twitch
quantity of muscle
T or F: distribution is not able to be…
True
phasic;... low capillary density/white;... h…
fast twitch
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Anatomy and physiology I: Lab exercise 14: skeletal muscles
The major extensor of thigh, most effe…
Which muscle is the major muscle for e…
What is the prime mover of high flexio…
Its function is plantar flexion, impor…
Gluteus Maximus
Quadriceps femoris
Iliopsoas
Soleus
The major extensor of thigh, most effe…
Gluteus Maximus
Which muscle is the major muscle for e…
Quadriceps femoris
156 terms
Muscle Physiology: Skeletal Muscle
What are the three types of muscle?
Voluntary striated muscle
What are the cells of skeletal muscles?
Muscle makes up what percentage of bod…
Skeletal,smooth, and cardiac
skeletal
muscle fibers
40% body weight
What are the three types of muscle?
Skeletal,smooth, and cardiac
Voluntary striated muscle
skeletal
53 terms
Exercise Physiology Course Review - Muscle
Epimysium
Tendon
Periosteum
Proximal
the external connective-tissue sheath of a muscle
the connective tissue that links muscle to bone
the membrane covering the surface of bones and serves as an a…
situated nearest to point of attachment or origin, as of a li…
Epimysium
the external connective-tissue sheath of a muscle
Tendon
the connective tissue that links muscle to bone
85 terms
Physiology Chapter 9: Muscle physiology - Skeletal Muscle
Skeletal Muscle
How many nerves, arteries and veins en…
True or false: Every muscle cell is su…
Skeletal Myofiber
Muscle Spans Joints and Attaches to bone either directly or i…
One nerve, One Artery, and one or two veins.
True
A skeletal muscle cell. Long, cylindrical with multiple nucle…
Skeletal Muscle
Muscle Spans Joints and Attaches to bone either directly or i…
How many nerves, arteries and veins en…
One nerve, One Artery, and one or two veins.
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Physiology of Exercise Exercising Muscles
Skeletal Muscle features:
smooth muscle features:
cardiac muscle features:
epimysium
voluntary... striated... multinucleated... non-branched
involuntary... nonstriated... single nucleus... tapered
involuntary... striated... single nucleus... branched
surrounds the whole muscle
Skeletal Muscle features:
voluntary... striated... multinucleated... non-branched
smooth muscle features:
involuntary... nonstriated... single nucleus... tapered
107 terms
Muscle Physiology: Skeletal Muscle
What is muscle?
Muscle fiber =
What is the control mode of each muscl…
What are the histological aspects of e…
Muscle is a type of tissue
Muscle cell
Skeletal - voluntary (motor fibers)... Cardiac - involuntary (au…
Skeletal - striated, multiple nuclei per cell ... Cardiac - stri…
What is muscle?
Muscle is a type of tissue
Muscle fiber =
Muscle cell
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Muscle Physiology: Skeletal Muscle
Muscles... -what is a muscle? how long ar…
Skeletal Muscle ... -what activates it?... -…
Skeletal Muscle Fiber... -what is the sar…
Motor Unit... -what is a motor unit?... -how…
-Muscle = group of fascicles... -Muscle fibers extend length of…
-activated by somatic nervous system... -motor unit = motor neu…
-sarcolemma: plasma membrane of the muscle... -t-tubules: invag…
-motor unit = a motor neuron and all the muscle fibers that i…
Muscles... -what is a muscle? how long ar…
-Muscle = group of fascicles... -Muscle fibers extend length of…
Skeletal Muscle ... -what activates it?... -…
-activated by somatic nervous system... -motor unit = motor neu…
63 terms
Skeletal Muscle (Muscle Physiology)
is skeletal muscle voluntary or involu…
is skeletal muscle striated or not str…
what are skeletal muscle properties?
do muscles pull and/or push?
voluntary (somatic nervous system)
striated
contractility, excitability (responsiveness), elasticity, str…
muscles only pull
is skeletal muscle voluntary or involu…
voluntary (somatic nervous system)
is skeletal muscle striated or not str…
striated
52 terms
PHYSIOLOGY: Skeletal Muscle
Skeletal muscle tissue
Characteristics of skeletal muscle
Organization of skeletal muscles
A-band of myofibril
Voluntary muscles directly attached to skeletal system... - Exci…
1. Multinucleated cells... 2. No branches... 3. Cross striations (s…
SKELETAL MUSCLE (surrounded by epimysium)... - formed by bundles…
THE ENTIRE RANGE OF THICK FILAMENTS... - Portions of only thick…
Skeletal muscle tissue
Voluntary muscles directly attached to skeletal system... - Exci…
Characteristics of skeletal muscle
1. Multinucleated cells... 2. No branches... 3. Cross striations (s…
31 terms
Physiology: Skeletal Muscle (I)
Three kinds of muscle
Cardiac muscle visual features
Smooth muscle visual features
Skeletal muscle visual features
- cardiac... - skeletal... - smooth
-branched, elongated... -stipey... -involuntary movement
-no stripes!... -oblong, single nuclei... -involuntary movement
-striated! long, with a stripey pattern... -tons of nuclei (in o…
Three kinds of muscle
- cardiac... - skeletal... - smooth
Cardiac muscle visual features
-branched, elongated... -stipey... -involuntary movement
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