CD Questions-Muscles, Ch.12

CD - Study Questions on Anatomy Review Skeletal Muscle Tissue 3(Page 3 Match the following types of contractile cells to their shape(branching

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Study Questions on Anatomy Review: Skeletal Muscle Tissue 3. (Page 3.) Match the following types of contractile cells to their shape (branching, elongated, spindle-shaped): ___________________ a. Skeletal muscle cells ___________________ b. Cardiac muscle cells ___________________ c. Smooth muscle cells 4. (Page 3.) Match the following types of contractile cells to the characteristics of their nuclei and presence or absence of striations: Cardiac Muscle Cells Smooth Muscle Cells Skeletal Muscle Cells ___________________ a. presence of visible striations & single, centrally-located nuclei ___________________ b. presence of visible striations & multiple peripheral nuclei ___________________ c. absence of visible striations & single, centrally-located nuclei number of nuclei 5. (Page 4.) What is the name of the structure that attaches skeletal muscles to bones? 6. (Page 5.) Bundles of skeletal muscle cells are called ________________. 7. (Page 5.) The connective tissue which immediately surrounds a muscle is called _______________ and the connective tissue around the fascicles is called ________________. 8. (Page 6.) What is the function of endomysium? 9. (Page 7.) Match these terms to their description: Triad T tubules Terminal cisternae Sarcolemma Muscle fibers Mitochondria Sarcoplasmic reticulum Myofibril
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___________________ a. Sac-like regions of the sarcoplasmic reticulum that contain calcium ions. ___________________ b. Sites of ATP synthesis. ___________________ c. Plasma membrane of the muscle cell. ___________________ d. Alternative name for skeletal muscle cells. ___________________ e. Interconnecting tubules of endoplasmic reticulum that surround each myofibril. ___________________ f. A group of one T tubule lying between two adjacent terminal cisternae. ___________________ g. Invaginations of the sarcolemma that projecting deep into the cell. ___________________ h. Contains the contractile filaments within the skeletal muscle cell. 10. (Page 8.) What are the names for the two types of filament in a myofibril? 14. (Page 9.) The region of the myofibril between two Z lines that is the contractile unit of a muscle cell is called a _____________ . 15. (Page 10.) Arrange the following from smallest structure to largest structure: Muscle cell or muscle fiber Fascicle Myofilaments Whole skeletal muscle Myofibril Study Questions on the Neuromuscular Junction: 2. (Page 1.) What is the place called where a motor neuron stimulates a muscle cell? 3. (Page 3.) How are skeletal muscle cells are electrically insulated from each other? 6. (Page 4.) Match the following terms to their description:
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Axon terminal Synaptic Vesicles Synaptic Cleft Motor End Plate T Tubule Sarcolemma Terminal Cisternae & Sarcoplasmic Reticulum Sarcomere ________________________ a. Invaginations of the sarcolemma penetrating deep into the interior of the muscle cell. ________________________ b. The space between the axon terminal and
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2010 for the course BIOL 64235 taught by Professor Lindsay during the Spring '10 term at Golden West College.

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CD - Study Questions on Anatomy Review Skeletal Muscle Tissue 3(Page 3 Match the following types of contractile cells to their shape(branching

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