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Chapter 6 Vocab Part A
To move away from the midline of the body.
Chemical transmitter substance released by some nerve endings.
A contractile protein of muscle.
A large transient depolarization event, including polarity reversal, that is conducted along the membrane of a muscle cell or a nerve fiber.
To move toward the midline of the body.
Respiration in which oxygen is consumed and glucose is broken down entirely; water, carbon dioxide, and large amounts of ATP are the final products.
Not requiring oxygen.
Muscle that reverses, or opposes, the action of another muscle.
Fibrous or membranous sheet connecting a muscle and the part it moves.
Specialized muscle of the heart.
Thin connective tissue surrounding each muscle cell.
Sheath of fibrous connective tissue surrounding a muscle.
Movement that increases the angle of a joint, e.g., straightening a flexed knee.
Bundle of nerve or muscle fibers bound together by connective tissues.
Muscle that immobilizes one or more bones, allowing other muscles to act from a stable base.
Soft; flabby; relaxed.
Movement that decreases the angle of the joint, e.g., bending the knee from a straight to an angled position.
A response that varies directly with the strength of the stimulus.
Movable attachment of a muscle.
Of the same length.
Having a uniform tension; of the same tone.
Product of anaerobic metabolism, especially in muscle.
A motor neuron and all the muscle cells it stimulates.
A muscle cell.
Chapter 6 Review Questions. 1. Acetylcholine is _______: a.) an ion pump activated when a muscle contracts b.) a source of energy for muscle contraction.
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