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23 terms
Types of muscle cells and physiology
Skeletal muscle tissue
Cardiac muscle tissue
Smooth muscle tissue
Functions of muscular system
Striated, mostly voluntary (respiratory is involuntary), mult…
Forms most of the wall of the heart
No striations and involuntary; found in walls of hollow organ…
Produce movement, generate heat, maintain posture, and stabil…
Skeletal muscle tissue
Striated, mostly voluntary (respiratory is involuntary), mult…
Cardiac muscle tissue
Forms most of the wall of the heart
159 terms
Cell & Muscle Physiology
Homeostasis
Homeostatic Control Mechanisms
Homeostatically Regulated Factors
Body Responses to Cold Stress
stable operating conditions in the internal environment... - mai…
a. Sensory Receptor Cells detect specific changes in enviro…
- nutrient molecules... - O2 & CO2... - waste products... - pH... - H20,…
- stimulation of cutaneous cold receptors (vasoconstriction &…
Homeostasis
stable operating conditions in the internal environment... - mai…
Homeostatic Control Mechanisms
a. Sensory Receptor Cells detect specific changes in enviro…
23 terms
Types of muscle cells and physiology
Skeletal muscle tissue
Cardiac muscle tissue
Smooth muscle tissue
Functions of muscular system
Striated, mostly voluntary (respiratory is involuntary), mult…
Forms most of the wall of the heart
No striations and involuntary; found in walls of hollow organ…
Produce movement, generate heat, maintain posture, and stabil…
Skeletal muscle tissue
Striated, mostly voluntary (respiratory is involuntary), mult…
Cardiac muscle tissue
Forms most of the wall of the heart
45 terms
Cell Physiology, Nerve, and Muscle
plasma membrane
nucleus
rough ER
smooth ER
cystic fibrosis: defective Cl channels
can be caused by mutation in LMNA gene that encodes A-type nu…
Alzheimer's: misfolding of beta amyloid
chylomicron retention disease
plasma membrane
cystic fibrosis: defective Cl channels
nucleus
can be caused by mutation in LMNA gene that encodes A-type nu…
37 terms
Muscle cell physiology
Skeletal Muscle tissue... (3 types of mus…
Cardiac muscle tissue... (3 types of musc…
Smooth muscle tissue... (3 types of muscl…
Functions of skeletal muscle
- Voluntary... - Long striated... - Nucleated fibers
- Involuntary... - Single nucleus... - Intercalated
- Involuntary... - Spindle like shaper cells
- Produce skeletal improvement... - Maintain posture and body po…
Skeletal Muscle tissue... (3 types of mus…
- Voluntary... - Long striated... - Nucleated fibers
Cardiac muscle tissue... (3 types of musc…
- Involuntary... - Single nucleus... - Intercalated
18 terms
Types of muscle cells and physiology
Muscle fiber
Skeletal muscle tissue
Cardiac muscle tissue
Smooth muscle tissue
a single muscle cell
Striated, mostly voluntary (respiratory is involuntary), mult…
Forms most of the wall of the heart; consists of branched, st…
No striations and involuntary; found in walls of hollow organ…
Muscle fiber
a single muscle cell
Skeletal muscle tissue
Striated, mostly voluntary (respiratory is involuntary), mult…
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Muscle Cell Physiology 2
Origin
Insertion
False
True
tendon attachment at stationary bone
attachment to bone "IN" motion
true or false: most muscles in our body are not paired
true or false: flexors are paired with extensors
Origin
tendon attachment at stationary bone
Insertion
attachment to bone "IN" motion
48 terms
Muscle Cell Physiology
skeletal, cardiac, smooth
skeletal
cardiac
smooth
three categories of muscles
striated, voluntary, multiple nuclei, not branched
striated, involuntary, one nucleus, branching, intercalated d…
non-striated, involuntary
skeletal, cardiac, smooth
three categories of muscles
skeletal
striated, voluntary, multiple nuclei, not branched
9 terms
Muscle Physiology: muscle cell structure
Contractile Proteins
Regulatory Proteins
Tropomyosin and troponin
Sarcolemma
Actin(thin)... Myosin(thick)
on Actin Filament... 1. Tropomyosin: blocks myosin binding sites…
Help regulate and control myosin-actin interactions involved…
Plasma membrane of the muscle cell; has t-tubules that penetr…
Contractile Proteins
Actin(thin)... Myosin(thick)
Regulatory Proteins
on Actin Filament... 1. Tropomyosin: blocks myosin binding sites…
74 terms
Physiology 2 (cells to muscle)
Atoms Composed Of
Four most abundant elements
Ionic bonds
Covalent bonds
Protons, Neutrons, Electrons
Oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen, carbon
Bonds formed by the TRANSFER of an electron
Formed when electrons are SHARED
Atoms Composed Of
Protons, Neutrons, Electrons
Four most abundant elements
Oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen, carbon
25 terms
Muscle Cell Physiology
Produce skeletal movement, maintain po…
very long, develop through fusion of m…
Myoblasts
skeletal, cardiac, and smooth
What are the six functions of skeletal muscle tissue?
What are the characteristics of skeletal muscle fibers?
mesodermal cells
What are the three types of muscle tissue?
Produce skeletal movement, maintain po…
What are the six functions of skeletal muscle tissue?
very long, develop through fusion of m…
What are the characteristics of skeletal muscle fibers?
Muscle Cell Physiology
Skeletal, smooth, cardiac
Skeletal and cardiac
Skeletal
Ach; EPP (end plate membrane)/post-syn…
3 basic muscle types
Which muscle types are striated?
Long multi-nucleated cells that respond only to motor-nerve s…
At the NMJ, alpha-motor neuron stimulation leads to release o…
Skeletal, smooth, cardiac
3 basic muscle types
Skeletal and cardiac
Which muscle types are striated?
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Muscle cell physiology
Excitation (1&2)
Excitation (3&4)
Excitation (5)
excitation-contraction(6-7)
Nerve signal stimulates voltage-gated calcium channels that c…
binding of ACh to the surface of muscle cells opens Na+ and K…
voltage change in end-plate region opens nearby voltage-gated…
action potential spreading over sarcolemma reaches and enters…
Excitation (1&2)
Nerve signal stimulates voltage-gated calcium channels that c…
Excitation (3&4)
binding of ACh to the surface of muscle cells opens Na+ and K…
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Muscle Cell Physiology
Excitation (steps 1&2)
Excitation (steps 3&4)
Excitation (step 5)
Excitation- Contraction Coupling (step…
Nerve signals stimulates voltage-gated calcium channels that…
Binding of ACh to the surface of muscle cells opens Na+ and K…
Voltage change in end-plate region (EPP) opens nearby voltage…
Action potential spreading over sarcolemma reaches and enters…
Excitation (steps 1&2)
Nerve signals stimulates voltage-gated calcium channels that…
Excitation (steps 3&4)
Binding of ACh to the surface of muscle cells opens Na+ and K…
49 terms
muscle cell anatomy and physiology
3 connective tissue layer
epimysium
perimysium
endomysium
epimysium, perimysium, & endomysium
outermost layer of dense irregular connect tissue that surrou…
surrounds groups of muscle fibers called fascicles, made of d…
separates & surrounds individual muscle fibers, thin sheath o…
3 connective tissue layer
epimysium, perimysium, & endomysium
epimysium
outermost layer of dense irregular connect tissue that surrou…
22 terms
Membrane, Cell & Muscle Physiology
3 types of plasma membrane receptors
G-protein coupled receptors
Enzyme-linked receptors
Ligand-gated ion channels
1. G-Protein coupled receptors (GPCRs)... 2. Enzyme linked recep…
Ligand binding activated receptor which activates G-protein
Transmembrane growth-factor and hormone receptors whose activ…
A molecule binds to the protein to activate the channel... - Nic…
3 types of plasma membrane receptors
1. G-Protein coupled receptors (GPCRs)... 2. Enzyme linked recep…
G-protein coupled receptors
Ligand binding activated receptor which activates G-protein
23 terms
Physiology 2014 - Muscle cells
Troponin
Tropomyosin
Motor unit
Fasicle
Binding complex and has a high affinity for calcium ions
Rod like structure distributed along the length of the actin…
Group of fibers and the neuron that attaches
Approximately made up of 150 muscle fibers
Troponin
Binding complex and has a high affinity for calcium ions
Tropomyosin
Rod like structure distributed along the length of the actin…
23 terms
Anatomy- Muscle Cell Biology and Physiology
General Structure (Histology) of Stria…
Axial Skeleton
Appendicular Skeleton
Tendons
- Red Hued (high % of myoglobin)... - Visible Striations (in…
Skull, ribcage, vertebral column. ... -Trunk and head.
Everything outside of the Axial skeleton- appendages and pelv…
Tough, non-elastic tissues that bind MUSCLE to bone or *MUS…
General Structure (Histology) of Stria…
- Red Hued (high % of myoglobin)... - Visible Striations (in…
Axial Skeleton
Skull, ribcage, vertebral column. ... -Trunk and head.
10 terms
muscle cell physiology
excitation (steps 1&2)
excitation (steps 3&4)
excitation (step 5)
Excitation-Contraction Coupling(steps…
Nerve signal stimulates voltage-gated calcium channels that r…
Binding of ACh to the surface of muscle cells opens Na+ and K…
Voltage change in end-plate region (EPP) opens nearby voltage…
Action potential spreading over sarcolemma reaches and enters…
excitation (steps 1&2)
Nerve signal stimulates voltage-gated calcium channels that r…
excitation (steps 3&4)
Binding of ACh to the surface of muscle cells opens Na+ and K…
22 terms
Muscle Cell Physiology
three types of muscle tissue
characteristics of skeletal muscle
characteristics of cardiac muscle
characteristics of smooth muscle
1. skeletal... 2. cardiac... 3. smooth
1. striated, long fibers... 2. multinucleated... 3. voluntary
1. striated, branching fibers... 2. involuntary... 3. uninucleated
1. nonstriated... 2. involuntary... 3. uninucleated... 4. spindle-shap…
three types of muscle tissue
1. skeletal... 2. cardiac... 3. smooth
characteristics of skeletal muscle
1. striated, long fibers... 2. multinucleated... 3. voluntary
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Cell and Muscle - Physiology MCQ ACEM
Which is TRUE regarding resting membra…
The most important ion for cardiac res…
Calmodulin is involved in which of the…
Regarding resting membrane potential (…
3. Increased potassium efflux makes the RMP more negative... Th…
As in other excitable tissue, changes in the external K<sup>+…
4. Smooth muscle contraction... When <i>calmodulin binds Ca<sup…
1. Hyperkalemia decreases the resting membrane potential ... A…
Which is TRUE regarding resting membra…
3. Increased potassium efflux makes the RMP more negative... Th…
The most important ion for cardiac res…
As in other excitable tissue, changes in the external K<sup>+…
29 terms
Physiology of the skeletal muscle and cell
Characteristics of a skeletal muscle f…
Muscle fiber is composed of what ?
Myofibrils are composed of what?
What is a sarcomere ?
-Large/thin on cellular scale... -have many nuclei, large fibers…
Myofibrils
Protein filaments
The basic contracting unit of skeletal muscle , many sarcomer…
Characteristics of a skeletal muscle f…
-Large/thin on cellular scale... -have many nuclei, large fibers…
Muscle fiber is composed of what ?
Myofibrils
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PHYSIOLOGY OF NERVE AND MUSCLE CELLS
1. Fast anterograde transport occurs a…
2. The resting cardiac muscle cell is…
3. The membrane potential of cardiac m…
4. Hypokalemia would be expected to re…
B. 400 mm/day... 1. Fast anterograde transport from the cell... bod…
B. K
B. K
B. a more negative RMP... You can predict this by using the Nern…
1. Fast anterograde transport occurs a…
B. 400 mm/day... 1. Fast anterograde transport from the cell... bod…
2. The resting cardiac muscle cell is…
B. K
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PHYSIOLOGY OF NERVE AND MUSCLE CELLS
1. Fast anterograde transport occurs a…
2. The resting cardiac muscle cell is…
3. The membrane potential of cardiac m…
4. Hypokalemia would be expected to re…
B. 400 mm/day... 1. Fast anterograde transport from the cell... bod…
B. K
B. K
B. a more negative RMP... You can predict this by using the Nern…
1. Fast anterograde transport occurs a…
B. 400 mm/day... 1. Fast anterograde transport from the cell... bod…
2. The resting cardiac muscle cell is…
B. K
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Cell physiology (muscles)
Sarcomere
Myofilaments
Titin
Nebulin
The functional unit of skeletal muscle
Composed of thick filaments (Myosin) and thin filaments (Actin)
Elastic, allows the muscle to stretch.
Inelastic, prevents the muscle from stretching too much.
Sarcomere
The functional unit of skeletal muscle
Myofilaments
Composed of thick filaments (Myosin) and thin filaments (Actin)
38 terms
Cells and Physiology "Muscles"
What are the 3 type of muscles?
What are the 4 types of muscle tissue?
What is Excitability?
What is Contractility?
Skeletal (voluntary, striated) , Cardia (involuntary, striate…
Excitability, contractility, extensibility, elasticity
The ability to receive stimuli and respond to stimuli
Shortening force
What are the 3 type of muscles?
Skeletal (voluntary, striated) , Cardia (involuntary, striate…
What are the 4 types of muscle tissue?
Excitability, contractility, extensibility, elasticity
109 terms
Chapter 1-Cell and Muscle Physiology
Homeostasis
Normal
Homeostatic Control Mechanisms
Integrators
Refers to stable operating condition in the internal envirnme…
Temp: 37... pH: 7.4... BP: 90/140... Salt Range: 1500mg/day... Gas Exchan…
Sensory receptor cells detect specific changes(stimuli) in th…
Bran and spinal cord. Act to direct impulses to the place whe…
Homeostasis
Refers to stable operating condition in the internal envirnme…
Normal
Temp: 37... pH: 7.4... BP: 90/140... Salt Range: 1500mg/day... Gas Exchan…
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Cell Physiology: Muscle Contraction & Muscle Relaxation
Skeletal muscle is a voluntary muscle…
Skeletal muscle is composed of bundles…
A muscle fiber represents an individua…
Myofibrils
Each motor neuron may innervate many muscle fibers within a m…
fasciculus
- The striations are due to the arrangement of thick and thin…
- The sarcomere is demarcated by two dark lines called Z line…
Skeletal muscle is a voluntary muscle…
Each motor neuron may innervate many muscle fibers within a m…
Skeletal muscle is composed of bundles…
fasciculus
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Autonomics II: Smooth Muscle Cell Physiology
ANS Functions
Smooth muscle contractions can be ____…
Smooth muscle contraction can be _____…
Purpose of ANS and Smooth Muscle
1. Regulation of internal environment in response to internal…
Graded ... Sustained
Graded ... Intermittent
1. Regulation of the radius of the BV or airways ... 2. Basicall…
ANS Functions
1. Regulation of internal environment in response to internal…
Smooth muscle contractions can be ____…
Graded ... Sustained
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physiology of contraction of heart muscle cells
1
2
3
4
muscle fibers of the heart have a resting potential of -90mV.…
when potential is depolarized to -70mV, sodium channels open…
sodium ions rush into the cytosol of fibers and produce furth…
calcium ions pour out of sarcoplasmic reticulum into cytosol
1
muscle fibers of the heart have a resting potential of -90mV.…
2
when potential is depolarized to -70mV, sodium channels open…
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Muscle Physiology
What are the three muscle types?
List characteristics of skeletal muscle
List characteristics of cardiac muscle
Describe the structure of muscle
1) Skeletal... 2) Cardiac... 3) Smooth
-voluntary... -multinucleated... -elongated... -striated... -a lot of mit…
-involuntary... -single nucleus... -elongated... -striated... -branched... -…
Muscle fiber --> myofibril --> sarcomere (contractile unit) -…
What are the three muscle types?
1) Skeletal... 2) Cardiac... 3) Smooth
List characteristics of skeletal muscle
-voluntary... -multinucleated... -elongated... -striated... -a lot of mit…
52 terms
Muscle Physiology
fascia
aponeuroses
epimysium
perimysium
dense connective tissue covering muscles
fascia on sheet muscles
outer layer of muscle
connective tissue dividing muscles into fascicles
fascia
dense connective tissue covering muscles
aponeuroses
fascia on sheet muscles
69 terms
Anatomy & Physiology Skeletal Muscle Cell
A ___________ _____ is one neuron and…
The ______________ _____________ is wh…
There is a gap at the junction call th…
A ________________ carries the message…
Motor unit
Neuromuscular junction
Synaptic cleft
Neurotransmitter
A ___________ _____ is one neuron and…
Motor unit
The ______________ _____________ is wh…
Neuromuscular junction
85 terms
Topic 11: Muscle Cell and Muscle physiology
Smooth muscle tissue
Two types of STRIATED muscle tissue
non-striated muscle tissue
Skeletal muscle tissue
Located within the walls of the viscera (organs); unique cell…
skeletal and cardiac
Smooth
Necessary for gross body movement; highly organized, striatio…
Smooth muscle tissue
Located within the walls of the viscera (organs); unique cell…
Two types of STRIATED muscle tissue
skeletal and cardiac
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Cell Physiology Exam 2- Muscle Physiology
What are the three basic types of muscle
skeletal muscles are controlled by whi…
cardiac and smooth muscles are control…
The different muscle types differ with…
1. skeletal muscle... 2. cardiac muscle... 3. smooth muscle
somatic nervous system (since we have control over it)
autonomic nervous system (since we dont have control over them)
1. histology... 2. innervation... 3. location... 4. excitation-contrac…
What are the three basic types of muscle
1. skeletal muscle... 2. cardiac muscle... 3. smooth muscle
skeletal muscles are controlled by whi…
somatic nervous system (since we have control over it)
20 terms
Chapter 5, Physiology, Muscle Cell
What is needed for ATP/ Muscle contrac…
ATP moves into which zone for muscle c…
What does Acetylcholine do?
Aerobic Cellular Respiration
Calcium and phosphate
H-zone
Causes an action potential
makes energy for reconstituting ADP in cell's mitochondria
What is needed for ATP/ Muscle contrac…
Calcium and phosphate
ATP moves into which zone for muscle c…
H-zone
131 terms
Topic 11: Muscle cell and Muscle physiology
striated muscle tissue
Non-striated muscle tissue
skeletal muscle is necessary for
Highly organized, striations represent…
skeletal, cardiac
smooth
gross body movement
contractile proteins
striated muscle tissue
skeletal, cardiac
Non-striated muscle tissue
smooth
Muscle Physiology
prime mover
antagonist
synergist
fixator
muscle within a group of muscles that accomplishes the primar…
muscle within a group of muscles that opposes the primary mov…
a muscle that works with and assists the action of a prime mo…
muscle within a group of muscles that stabilizes, or braces t…
prime mover
muscle within a group of muscles that accomplishes the primar…
antagonist
muscle within a group of muscles that opposes the primary mov…
96 terms
Muscle Physiology
Function of skeletal muscle (3)
basic overview of embryonic myogenesis
Process of embryonic myogenesis (7)
What are Myogenic regulatory factors (…
-Force generation for Locomotion and Breathing... -Force generat…
1. Someites from mesoderm of embryo ---> ... 2. Myoblast--->... 3.…
1. Myoblast fuse ---> myotube... 2. Myotubes enclosed by basemen…
Muscle devlopemnt
Function of skeletal muscle (3)
-Force generation for Locomotion and Breathing... -Force generat…
basic overview of embryonic myogenesis
1. Someites from mesoderm of embryo ---> ... 2. Myoblast--->... 3.…
18 terms
Cell Physiology Exam 2- Muscle Physiology II
Isotonic Contraction
Isometric Contraction
If during isometric contraction, sarco…
What is torque?
muscle contraction where muscle is allowed to shorted under a…
muscle contraction in which the muscle is not allowed to shor…
the elastic elements
rotational force generation; a measure of how much a force ac…
Isotonic Contraction
muscle contraction where muscle is allowed to shorted under a…
Isometric Contraction
muscle contraction in which the muscle is not allowed to shor…
22 terms
Lecture 11 - Basic Physiology of Muscle Cells
What are three main types of muscle?
What is skeletal muscle?
What is cardiac muscle?
What is smooth muscle?
Skeletal, cardiac, smooth
They are discrete blocks of tissue, usually attached to bone.…
It is made up of individual cells joined by intercalated disc…
It is the muscle of internal organs. It is not attached to th…
What are three main types of muscle?
Skeletal, cardiac, smooth
What is skeletal muscle?
They are discrete blocks of tissue, usually attached to bone.…
33 terms
Muscle Physiology
Muscles cell
Skeletal muscle
sarcolemma
sarcoplasm
a device that turns ATP into mechanical energy of movement
Holds the body erect against the pull of gravity and produces…
plasma membrane of muscles cell
cytoplasm of muscle cell
Muscles cell
a device that turns ATP into mechanical energy of movement
Skeletal muscle
Holds the body erect against the pull of gravity and produces…
33 terms
Physiology: clotting, muscle, cell signaling Review- Final
Aspirin targets which enzymes? How is…
clotting cascade
fibrin polymerization
GPCR aS
Cox1 and Cox2 (in the prostaglandin synthesis pathway) in PLA…
*VIT K(oagulation) dependent... ~inhibited by warfarin ... intrins…
*activated by thrombin ... *disassembled by PLASMIN (activated b…
Aspirin targets which enzymes? How is…
Cox1 and Cox2 (in the prostaglandin synthesis pathway) in PLA…
clotting cascade
*VIT K(oagulation) dependent... ~inhibited by warfarin ... intrins…
82 terms
Muscle Physiology
I Band
A Band
H Zone
M Line
Thin filaments only on myofibril
Both thick and thin filaments (dark bands) on myofibril
Thick filaments only that are within the A Band of a myofibril
Anchors thick filaments with elastic fibers on myofibril
I Band
Thin filaments only on myofibril
A Band
Both thick and thin filaments (dark bands) on myofibril
28 terms
Muscle Physiology
Skeletal Muscle
Cardiac Muscle
Smooth Muscle
Excitability
Striated... Voluntary... Attached to bone, skin or fascia
Striated... Involuntary... Autorhythmic (built in pacemaker)
Nonstriated... Involuntary... Hair follicles in skin, walls of holl…
Response to chemicals released from nerve cells
Skeletal Muscle
Striated... Voluntary... Attached to bone, skin or fascia
Cardiac Muscle
Striated... Involuntary... Autorhythmic (built in pacemaker)
15 terms
Muscle Physiology
Striated Muscle cells
The functional unit of a muscles
Alpha motor nueron
Sarcoplasmic reticulum
Voluntary... Multi nucleated ... Fast contraction ... Part of motor un…
Motor unit
Synapses with thousands of muscles fibers
intracellular organelle that store and release Ca2+ ions
Striated Muscle cells
Voluntary... Multi nucleated ... Fast contraction ... Part of motor un…
The functional unit of a muscles
Motor unit
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Cell Physiology: Muscle Fatigue, Injury and Healing
Muscle Strain
Strain Characteristics
First degree (mild) - "Strained Muscle"
Second degree (moderate) - "Pulled Mus…
tension exceeds the weakest structural element.
- Injury usually located 0.1 to 3mm from the muscle-tendon ju…
Minimal structural damage and minimal hemorrhage... - some fibe…
Partial tissue tear, significant loss of function, significan…
Muscle Strain
tension exceeds the weakest structural element.
Strain Characteristics
- Injury usually located 0.1 to 3mm from the muscle-tendon ju…
23 terms
Animal Physiology: Lecture 16 (Muscle Cells)
Muscle Cells
Thick Filaments
Thin Filaments
Sarcomeres
-contractile elements unique to animals... -made up of myocytes.…
Myosin polymers
Polymers of alpha-actin; beta-actin for non-muscle cells... -cap…
Arrangement of Thick and thin filaments... Arranged in parallel…
Muscle Cells
-contractile elements unique to animals... -made up of myocytes.…
Thick Filaments
Myosin polymers
42 terms
Muscle Physiology
Skeletal Muscle
Cardiac Muscle
Smooth Muscle
Properties of Muscle Tissue
Striated... Voluntary... Attached to bone, skin or fascia
Striated... Involuntary... Autorhythmic (built in pacemaker)
Nonstriated... Involuntary... Hair follicles in skin, walls of holl…
1. Excitability... 2. Contractility... 3. Conductivity... 4. Extensibi…
Skeletal Muscle
Striated... Voluntary... Attached to bone, skin or fascia
Cardiac Muscle
Striated... Involuntary... Autorhythmic (built in pacemaker)
26 terms
Muscle Physiology
Muscle Properties
Skeletal Muscle
Skeletal muscle fiber internal organiz…
Skeletal muscle fiber internal organiz…
Excitability- capacity of muscle to respond to a stimulus... Con…
attached to bones, Makes up to 40% of body weight, Responsibl…
the cell membrane of a muscle fiber, surrounds the sarcoplasm…
Transmit the Action Potential through the cell , allow the en…
Muscle Properties
Excitability- capacity of muscle to respond to a stimulus... Con…
Skeletal Muscle
attached to bones, Makes up to 40% of body weight, Responsibl…
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