Exam- 02.04 Movement Module Two - Exam 02.04 Movement...

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Exam: 02.04 Movement Module Two Score: 20 of 20 points Answer Key Question 1 (Worth 2 points) (02.02 MC) A surgeon removes a section of a body organ. Once removed, the muscle tissue continues to contract, even in the absence of nervous stimulation. The removed section likely came from the heart arm spine esophagus Points earned on this question: 2 Question 2 (Worth 2 points) (02.01 LC) Which letter identifies one of the muscles in the quadriceps femoris?
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© Image Courtesy of 3DScience.com 2013 A B C D Points earned on this question: 2 Question 3 (Worth 2 points) (02.02 MC) You are examining two unknown muscle cells under the microscope. Cell A could be cardiac muscle and cell B could be skeletal muscle if both are striated
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both have one nucleus cell A is multinucleated and cell B is branched cell A is striated and cell B is branched Points earned on this question: 2 Question 4 (Worth 2 points) (02.03 MC) When a muscle receives a signal from the nerves around it, the signal travels down the cell's membrane in folds called t-tubules. What will
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