Quiz 3 - b intercalated discs smooth c desmosomes skeletal itrt.r"ulated discs cardiac e intercalated discs all 7 A is an individual skeletal

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x\o Biology 301 Fall2009 Quiz #3 Histology 2: Muscle, Nervous Tissue and Skin I . Identify the specific type of muscle tissue shown on this slide. Ske lr : E 2. Identify the specific type of muscle tissue shown on this slide. C{t/fl;fr {. For questions 3 and 4, choose answer: "A" if the statement is true for only skeletal muscle. "B" if the statement is true for only cardiac muscle. "C" if the statement is true for only smooth muscle. "D" if the statement is true for both skeletal muscle and cardiac muscle. "E" if the statement is true for both cardiac muscle and smooth muscle. 3. The cells that make up this muscle tissue have peripherally located nuclei. A 4. The cells that make up this muscle tissue exhibit autorhythmicity. la 5. This type of muscle causes peristalsis in the digestive t u"t. C 6. Gap junctions are found in the of _ muscle tissue. a. desmosomes, cardiac
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Unformatted text preview: b. intercalated discs, smooth c. desmosomes, skeletal @ itrt.r"ulated discs, cardiac e. intercalated discs, all 7. A is an individual skeletal muscle cell and contains which are bundles of thick and thi., filu*"nt. . f,myofrbnl, myofibers d. fascicle, myofibers e. muscle fiber, fascicle d. All of the above. Oo"tv b. and c. ,ll., muscle fiber, myofibers @nyofrber, myofibrils 8. Which of the following are found in the central nervous system? ,dchwann cells b. oligodendrocytes c. astrocytes g. (-. speed up the transmission of nerve signals and are found on the axons of some neurons. a. Gap junctions b. I)esmosomes @Iyelin sheaths d. Intercalated discs e. Neuroglia rc. A are involved in the production of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). @nendfmal cells b. Schwann cells c. Neurons d. Intercalated discs e. Gap junctions...
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