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Unit 2: Physiology Lab Skeletal Muscle Physiology Student Name: Rachel Padron Lab Summary Worksheet Directions: Read the following directions before starting the lab. Before starting each lab Activity, read the Overview and Introduction. This information will help you understand what you are doing in the lab. You do not have to pdf your lab – the only thing that you will submit for grading is this lab report. You will have to answer the Stop and Think Questions that are embedded in the lab instructions. You will not be graded on those questions; however, they will increase your understanding. Download this report, type your answers in Blue or highlight your answers after each question. Save the Lab Report again and upload it to the course. Activity 1: The Muscle Twitch and the Latent Period Notes: After reading the Overview and Introduction, Click on Experiment. Follow the directions on the left side of the lab to complete this activity. This first lab activity is intended to familiarize you with the elements of this lab. No assignments are connected to it, and there is no required data collection. If you do not conduct this activity, you may not understand Activities 5, 6 and 7. Activity 5: Fatigue in Isolated Skeletal Muscle (10 points total) Note: After reading the Overview and Introduction, Click on Experiment. Follow the directions on the left side of the menu to complete the lab. Use the data chart to answer the following 2 questions. You do not have to submit your lab to be recorded. Lab Analysis Questions (5 pts each) 1. Explain the effect that periods of recovery have on the force of a muscle, as compared to a continuous multiple stimulus fatigue.
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