Motor neuron with least innervation ratio are activated initially
Increasing the frequency of stimulation of individual motor units
Simultaneously recruiting the number of activated motor unit
Initially activating larger motor units
As each active muscles fiber is developing maximum tension, the percentage of time is increased
Indicates the amount of control on the muscle
Higher the motor units, higher degree of control
Number of nerve fibers contained in the peripheral nerve
Active tension is proportional to the number of cross bridges formed
Tension is maximum when there maximum overlap of thick and thin filaments
When muscle is stretched the number of cross bridge is reduced
First statement is true, second statement is false
First statement is false, second statement is true
Both statements are correct
Both statements are incorrect
A and C
The heart muscle also hypertrophies during athletic training as well as the skeletal muscles
This hypertrophy occurs in both endurance and sprint types athletes and with comparable changes.
Heart-pumping effectiveness of athletes is almost exactly the same as that in the normal person even though the heart is enlarged for athletes
None of these
Diameter of the muscle
Number of muscle fibers
Both A and B
Both statements are true.
First statement is true.
Both statements are false.
Second statement is true.
Recruited in brief powerful contractions
Generates high forces
Contains few mitochondria
Have low myoglobin content
All of the above
Increased physical work capacity
Increased muscular endurance
Increased level of vigor and alertness
None of the above
Galleazi fracture; distal radial fracture
Nursemaid's fracture: proximal radial fx-dislocation
Monteggia fracture; proximal radial fracture
Essex-Lopressti fracture: radial and ulnar fracture
Noble Compression Test