BI13_Ch9 Study Guide

BI13_Ch9 Study Guide - What ions establish this resting...

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Exam 3 Study Guide Use this as a guide for your studying. It should not replace your notes or lecture slides. Chapter 9: Muscles and Muscle Tissue (100 points on the exam) 1. Know the functions of muscles 2. Know the structural and functional similarities and differences between smooth, skeletal, and cardiac muscle 3. Know your gross muscle anatomy: fascicle, fiber, connective tissue sheaths, tendons, and aponeuroses. 4. Know your microscopic muscle anatomy: sarcolemma, T tubule, sarcoplasm, sarcoplasmic reticulum, myofibrils 5. Know the structure and function of all three types of filaments found in the sarcomere: thin, thick, and elastic. 6. Be able to label a diagram with the names of these filaments. 7. Be able to explain the molecular movements that occur in myosin during muscle contraction. How does ATP binding and hydrolysis affect these movements? 8. Be able to label a diagram of the crossbridge cycle. 9. Know the events that happen at the neuromuscular junction. 10.Know the resting membrane potential of cells.
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Unformatted text preview: What ions establish this resting potential? 11.Be able to describe an action potential. 12.What is acetylcholine and how does it generate an action potential? 13.What happens to initiate and action potential? What ion is responsible for membrane depolarization? 14.What happened to end an action potential? 15.Know the similarities and differences between Botox induced toxemia and Myasthenia gravis. 16.Know the role of Ca 2+ in a muscle contraction. How does membrane depolarization lead to a contraction? 17.Know what a muscle twitch is and the three phases of a twitch. 18.Know the difference between a contraction and a twitch. 19.Know the causes of physiological muscle fatigue and rigor mortis. 20.Know the similarities and differences between the three types of ATP generating systems. Exam 3 Study Guide 21.Know the similarities and differences between the three types of muscle fibers. What type of movement does each specialize in?...
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