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What tissue surrounds each individual muscle fiber?
Name two characteristics of skeletal muscles.
Differentiate between mucous, serous, cutaneous and synovial membranes.
What is the primary function of skeletal muscle?
Name the neurotransmitter responsible for initiating muscle contraction.
What is the name of the process that occurs when the muscle fibers are contracting (shortening).
What are the components of a motor unit?
Which type of contraction is described as a prolonged and continuous muscle contraction, muscle twitch or tetanic contraction?
Which type of contraction is occurring when someone pushes against a stationary wall? Isometric or Isotonic?
During mild exercise, what process provides the richest supply of ATP for muscle contraction?
What is described as a state of sustained partial muscular contraction that is vital for the health of muscles?
Put these in order: Fiber Myofibril Myofilament Fascicle
Give an example of a short, flat, long and irregular bone.
What structures make up an osteon, and in what type of bone would you find this?
Where and what type of cartilage is found on long bone?
What happens at the neuromuscular junction?
True/False Aerobic exercise will increase the size and strength of existing muscle cells.
Briefly describe the steps of fracture repair.
Briefly describe the Rule of Nines, and what it is used for.
Briefly describe the process of ossification.
What bones make up the knee joint? The shoulder joint?
What are the characteristics of synovial joints?
What was the effect of the ATP only (no ions) on the muscle fibers? Why did this occur?
What factors affect skin color?
What are the characteristics of multi-axial joints?
Differentiate between appendicular and axial skeleton.
What tissue type is found at the most external skin region? The subcutaneous region?
What is the function(s) of the skin?
Illustrate 5 of the 8 fracture types and label.
What are the components of the dermis? The epidermis?
What type of protection does Keratin provide?
Differentiate between 1 st, 2 nd and 3 rd degree burns.
Differentiate between Carotene and Melanin.
Describe a subdermal hematoma.
What are the two most life- threatening concerns for a person with severe burns?
Briefly describe what is happening when rigor mortis occurs.
Identify and describe the components of a sarcomere
Differentiate between origin, insertion, prime mover, synergist, and antagonist.
What effect did glycerination have on the muscle tissue used in the ATP lab?
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