13+PracticeMidtermI F10

13+PracticeMidtermI F10 - EXB 101: EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY,...

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EXB 101: EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY, Fall 2010 PRACTICE MIDTERM #1 (Covering Lectures 1-13) Questions 1-3: Match the following description to the appropriate term below: a. An environmental condition which displaces the body from equilibrium conditions b. A passive displacement within the body c. Organism’s to ability to maintain internal equilibrium by adjusting its physiological state d. The inability to maintain a given power/force output after repeated muscle contractions e. Organism’s ability to further minimize displacement after repeated exposure to a specific stressor 1. Define stress 2. Define homeostasis 3. Define fatigue A B C D E Questions 4-6 refer to the photo-micrograph above, using this answer key: a. A to B b. A to E c. B to D d. B to E e. C to E 4. A “Sarcomere” is encompassed within the distance between: 5. Filaments of Myosin are generally confined to the span between: 6. The protein Titin is usually positioned in the area spanning:
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7. Consider important chemical reactions in biologic systems:
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This note was uploaded on 11/02/2010 for the course GEL GEL 107 taught by Professor Jishin during the Winter '09 term at UC Davis.

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