BME 403 Fall 2007 Muscle Section Exam

BME 403 Fall 2007 Muscle Section Exam - BME 403 Fall 2007...

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BME 403 Fall 2007 Muscle Section Exam 1. Mark True (T) or False (F) (2 points each - 20 points total) 1.1( ) Skeletal muscle during contraction can increase its length. 1.2( ) Skeletal muscle has a length-tension property where muscle tension during contraction is maximal at the normal resting length. 1.3( ) The skeletal muscle force-velocity relationship shows that maximal velocity occurs at the point of maximum muscle force. 1.4( ) The force-velocity property of skeletal muscle is due to the viscous sliding filaments which form a drag or resistance and associated heat production. 1.5( ) The resonant frequency of a pendulum formed by a length of a massless rod with a weight connected at the end will change as a function of the size of the weight. 1.6( ) A paralyzed muscle with no nervous connection has zero metabolism and is devoid of any ATP binding effects on the muscle according to the sliding filament theory. 1.7( ) Maintaining detachment of thick and thin filaments requires ATP energy expenditure. 1.8(
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