Chap010 - Chapter 10 Muscle Tissue Chapter 10 Muscle Tissue...

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Chapter 10 - Muscle Tissue Chapter 10 Muscle Tissue Multiple Choice Questions 1. The characteristic of muscle that allows it to be passively stretched is: A. conductivity. B. elasticity. C. excitability. D. extensibility. E. contractility. Bloom's Level: 1. Remember HAPS Objective: G02.03 Compare and contrast the characteristics of skeletal, cardiac and smooth muscle. HAPS Topic: Module G02 Identification, general location, & comparative characteristics of skeletal, smooth, & cardiac muscle tissue. Learning Objective: 10.01.02 Describe the five characteristics of skeletal muscle tissue. Section: 10.01b Topic: Muscular System 10-
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Chapter 10 - Muscle Tissue 2. Which are possible functions of skeletal muscles? a: Maintenance of posture b: Both highly coordinated and localized simple movements c: Temperature regulation d: Support of certain body organs e: Regulation of the movement of material through certain body tracts A. a, b, e B. a, b, c C. a, b, c, e D. a, b, c, d E. a, b, c, d, e Bloom's Level: 3. Apply HAPS Objective: G01.01 Describe the major functions of muscle tissue. HAPS Topic: Module G01 General functions of muscle tissue. Learning Objective: 10.01.01 Explain the five general functions of skeletal muscle. Section: 10.01a Topic: Muscular System True / False Questions 3. The floor of the pelvic cavity includes skeletal muscles that function to support organs in that cavity. TRUE Bloom's Level: 1. Remember HAPS Objective: G01.01 Describe the major functions of muscle tissue. HAPS Topic: Module G01 General functions of muscle tissue. Learning Objective: 10.01.01 Explain the five general functions of skeletal muscle. Section: 10.01a Topic: Muscular System 10-
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Chapter 10 - Muscle Tissue Fill in the Blank Questions 4. A circular muscle band that contracts at an orifice is also known as a _______________. sphincter Bloom's Level: 1. Remember HAPS Objective: G01.01 Describe the major functions of muscle tissue. HAPS Topic: Module G01 General functions of muscle tissue. Learning Objective: 10.01.01 Explain the five general functions of skeletal muscle. Section: 10.01a Topic: Muscular System Multiple Choice Questions 5. A skeletal muscle cell can be several inches long. The property of muscle tissue that allows an impulse to travel down the entire length of the cell membrane is: A. elasticity. B. conductivity. C. extensibility. D. contractility. E. responsibility. Bloom's Level: 2. Understand HAPS Objective: G02.03 Compare and contrast the characteristics of skeletal, cardiac and smooth muscle. HAPS Topic: Module G02 Identification, general location, & comparative characteristics of skeletal, smooth, & cardiac muscle tissue. Learning Objective: 10.01.02 Describe the five characteristics of skeletal muscle tissue. Section: 10.01b Topic: Muscular System 10-
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