Anatomy And Physiology: Muscles

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1.  Muscle Tissues:which type (s) of muscle tissue:forces food and other substances through internal body channels
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2.  Densly packed, rodlike contractile elements
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3.  Which below are types of muscle tissue--check all that apply
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4.  Contracting fibers require continuous delivery of oxygen and nutrients via
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5.  Which term below means:  "muscle plasma membrane" ?
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6.  This is such that is perfectly aligned by a repeating seres of dark a bands and light i bands
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7.  Which term below means:  "cytoplasm of a muscle cell" ?
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8.  Each muscle fiber is supplied with a ______ to control contractions
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9.  Muscles attach:
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10.  An oxygen-binding protein
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11.   which below are elongated and are called muscle fibers?
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12.  Muscle Tissues:which type (s) of muscle tissue:occurs only in the heart
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13.  Each muscle is served by:
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14.  Muscle Tissues:which type (s) of muscle tissue:helps maintain blood pressure and propels sustances through organs (i.e. food, feces)
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15.  Which term below has numerous glycosomes and a unique oxygen-binding protein called myoglobin
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16.  Muscle characteristics:which term below is this characteristic of muscle tissue?the ability to be stretched or extended
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17.  Extend across the I (light) band and partway into the A (dark) band
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18.  The smallest contractile unit of a muscle
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19.  An overcoat of connective tissue that surrounds the whole muscle
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20.  These make up most of muscle volume
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21.  Extend the entire length of an A (dark) band
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C.
22.  Muscle characteristics:which term below is this characteristic of muscle tissue?The ability to shorten forcibly
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D.
23.  Muscle Tissues:which type (s) of muscle tissue:responsible for all locomotion
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24.  Muscle characteristics:which term below is this characteristic of muscle tissue?the ability to recoil and resume the original resting length
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B.
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D.
25.  Whe muscles contract the moveable bone, the muscle's insertion moves toward the immovable bone, the muscle's origin
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B.
26.  Composed of myofilments made up of contractile proteins
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27.  Each muscle is a discrete organ composed of:  (check all that apply)
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28.  Each muscle is an organ true or false
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29.  The region of a myofibril between two successive Z discs
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30.  Fibrous connective tissue that surrounds groups of fascicles
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31.  Muscle Tissues:which type (s) of muscle tissue:has striations
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32.  Muscle Tissues:which type of muscle tissue:is controlled voluntarily
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33.  Muscle contractions depend on:
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34.  Muscle Tissues:which type (s) of muscle tissue:responsible for coursing blood through the body
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35.  Muscle Tissues:which type (s) of muscle tissue:Found in the walls of hollow visceral organs, such as the stomach, urinary bladder, and respiratory passages
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36.  Muscle Tissues:which type (s) of muscle tissue:is not striated and is involuntary
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37.  Wastes are washed away via:
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B.
C.
38.  Which term (s) below mean:  "a contractile protein of muscle" ?
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39.  Which below are connective tissue sheaths?
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40.  Muscle Tissues:which type (s) of muscle tissue:contracts rapidly but tires easily
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41.  Fine sheath of connective tissue composed of reticular fibers surrounding each muscle fiber
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42.  Muscle Tissues:which type (s) of muscle tissue:is striated like skeletal muscle but is not voluntary
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43.  Muscle characteristics:which term below is this characteristic of muscle tissue?The ability to receive and respond to stimuli
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