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Exam 3 Review Chapter 10: Muscle Tissue 10.1 Explain the five general functions of skeletal muscle. 10.1 Describe the five characteristics of skeletal muscle tissue. 10.2 Identify and describe the various connective tissues associated with a muscle. 10.2 Describe the structure and function of a tendon and an aponeurosis. 10.2 Explain the function of blood vessels and nerves serving a muscle. 10.2 Describe the sarcoplasm, sarcolemma, T-tubules, and sarcoplasmic reticulum of skeletal muscle. 10.2 Explain the organization of myofibrils, myofilaments, and sarcomeres. 10.2 Define a motor unit. Explain how its size determines the degree of control. 10.2 Describe the three components of a neuromuscular junction. 10.3 Summarize the three steps of skeletal muscle contraction. 10.3 Summarize the changes that occur within a sarcomere during contraction. 10.4 Describe immediate, short-term, and long-term means that muscle fibers use to supply ATP for muscle . 10.4 Explain how the means of supplying ATP is related to intensity and duration of exercise. contraction. 10.5 Explain the two primary criteria used to classify skeletal muscle fiber types. 10.5 Compare and contrast the three muscle fiber types. 10.7 Define muscle fatigue, and explain some of its causes. 10.8 Compare and contrast the changes in muscle as a result of exercise or from the lack of exercise.
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