A&P review part 3

A&P review part 3 - Aponeurosis Are Sheet like muscle...

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Creatine phosphate and ATP are related because they both double cycle to replenish ATP reserved for muscle use Myofibrils – actins & myelin Neurotransmitters are located in the vesicles in the axon endings Acetyl cholinesterase makes acetyl colleen decompose Muscle cramp is caused by lack of ATP All of none response – completely or none at all Folded to form – motor endplate Compared to skeletal muscle smooth muscle will contract and relax slowly Sacromere arrangements are _____ Muscle tone is Mandibular is no such thing Ruptured (torn) blood vessels that leak causing discoloration of bruising Latent period is a few milliseconds between stimulus Rigerimortis - ______ ATP
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Botulism prevents the release of acetyl colleen from neurons and prevents attachment of receptors on motor endplate The triangle of auscultation is located in the back Waddling limp - ___________ minimus 1 st event muscle contraction _____ Tendons are cordlike muscle to bone
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Unformatted text preview: Aponeurosis Are Sheet like muscle to muscle Motor junction is_______ Myophilomen movement is – Muscle fibers are collection of sarcromeres Threshold stimulus is – Smooth Muscle fibers are – Cardiac muscle contraction is Sarcromeres are Degrades acetyl colleen – Synaptic clef functional portion Shift in metabolism is caused by Anaerobic Threshold Period when can’t elicit another action potential is the refractory period Myoglobin holds reserved oxygen for _____ 1 nucleus 1 _____ Makes up a multiunit smooth muscle Distinguish characteristics of muscle No muscle tension or contraction is when _________ Sarcoplasmic reticulum stores calcium in muscle Exhale forcefully ______ Illiad Soliad Synergist Major force – agonist – prime mover Group of muscles superior to floor of oral ____ Gastronemous Unable to flex the knee – hamstring muscle What causes rigamortis? Prime mover and antagonist are...
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course BIO 2401 taught by Professor Hill during the Spring '08 term at Angelo State.

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